Diana Dolmans
Diana Dolmans
Professor of Educational Sciences, School of Health Professions Education (SHE), Maastricht
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A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to improve teaching effectiveness in medical education: BEME Guide No. 8
Y Steinert, K Mann, A Centeno, D Dolmans, J Spencer, M Gelula, ...
Medical teacher 28 (6), 497-526, 2006
12372006
Problem‐based learning: Future challenges for educational practice and research
DHJM Dolmans, W De Grave, IHAP Wolfhagen, CPM Van Der Vleuten
Medical education 39 (7), 732-741, 2005
11362005
The development and validation of a framework for teaching competencies in higher education
DEH Tigelaar, DHJM Dolmans, IHAP Wolfhagen, CPM Van Der Vleuten
Higher education 48 (2), 253-268, 2004
4072004
Seven principles of effective case design for a problem-based curriculum
DHJM Dolmans, H Snellen-Balendong, CPM van der Vleuten
Medical teacher 19 (3), 185-189, 1997
3261997
Trends in research on the tutor in problem-based learning: conclusions and implications for educational practice and research
DHJM Dolmans, WH Gijselaers, JHC Moust, WS Grave, IHAP Wolfhagen, ...
Medical teacher 24 (2), 173-180, 2002
3012002
Solving problems with group work in problem‐based learning: hold on to the philosophy
DHJM Dolmans, IHAP Wolfhagen, CPM Van Der Vleuten, WHFW Wijnen
Medical education 35 (9), 884-889, 2001
2592001
What do we know about cognitive and motivational effects of small group tutorials in problem-based learning?
DHJM Dolmans, HG Schmidt
Advances in Health Sciences Education 11 (4), 321, 2006
2512006
Profiles of effective tutors in problem‐based learning: scaffolding student learning
WS De Grave, DHJM Dolmans, CPM Van Der Vleuten
Medical education 33 (12), 901-906, 1999
2401999
The advantages of problem-based curricula.
D Dolmans, H Schmidt
Postgraduate Medical Journal 72 (851), 535-538, 1996
2341996
What drives the student in problem‐based learning?
DHJM Dolmans, HG Schmidt
Medical Education 28 (5), 372-380, 1994
1961994
Problem effectiveness in a course using problem-based learning
DD Dolmans, WWH Gijselaers, HHG Schmidt, SB Van Der Meer
Academic Medicine 68 (3), 207-213, 1993
1651993
A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to enhance teaching effectiveness: A 10-year update: BEME Guide No. 40
Y Steinert, K Mann, B Anderson, BM Barnett, A Centeno, L Naismith, ...
Medical teacher 38 (8), 769-786, 2016
1602016
Cognitive apprenticeship in clinical practice: can it stimulate learning in the opinion of students?
RE Stalmeijer, DHJM Dolmans, IHAP Wolfhagen, AJJA Scherpbier
Advances in health sciences education 14 (4), 535-546, 2009
1542009
The influence of tutoring competencies on problems, group functioning and student achievement in problem‐based learning
HJM Van Berkel, DHJM Dolmans
Medical Education 40 (8), 730-736, 2006
1372006
Thinking about student thinking: motivational and cognitive processes influencing tutorial groups
DHJM Dolmans, IHAP Wolfhagen, CPM VAN DER VLEUTEN
Academic Medicine 73 (10), S22-24, 1998
1341998
How video cases should be used as authentic stimuli in problem‐based medical education
BA De Leng, DHJM Dolmans, MWJ Van de Wiel, AMM Muijtjens, ...
Medical education 41 (2), 181-188, 2007
1282007
Analysis of verbal interactions in tutorial groups: A process study
AJSF Visschers‐Pleijers, DHJM Dolmans, BA De Leng, IHAP Wolfhagen, ...
Medical Education 40 (2), 129-137, 2006
1152006
The Maastricht Clinical Teaching Questionnaire (MCTQ) as a valid and reliable instrument for the evaluation of clinical teachers
RE Stalmeijer, DHJM Dolmans, IHAP Wolfhagen, AMM Muijtjens, ...
Academic Medicine 85 (11), 1732-1738, 2010
1092010
A short questionnaire to evaluate the effectiveness of tutors in PBL: validity and reliability
DHJM Dolmans, P Ginns
Medical Teacher 27 (6), 534-538, 2005
1012005
Which cognitive processes support learning during small-group discussion? The role of providing explanations and listening to others
FM Van Blankenstein, DHJM Dolmans, CPM van der Vleuten, ...
Instructional Science 39 (2), 189-204, 2011
992011
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