Volume 51, Number 1, Winter 2008

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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New Technologies and Medical Education: Introduction

pp. 1-4
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E-Learning: Is There Anything Special about the "E"?

pp. 5-21
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Computer-Assisted Medical Education: Current and Potential Roles

pp. 22-30
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Simulation in Health Care Education

pp. 31-46
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Medical Simulation: The New Tool for Training and Skill Assessment

pp. 47-60
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Internet-Based Medical Education

pp. 61-70
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Improving the Quality of Care via Maintenance of Certification and the Web: An Early Status Report

pp. 71-84
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Articles

Science and Medicine

From Body to Brain: Considering the Neurobiological Effects of Female Genital Cutting

pp. 84-97
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Survival Advantage of the Hemochromatosis C282Y Mutation

pp. 98-102
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Ethics and Philosophy

Parasites and Progress: Ethical Decision-Making and the Santee-Cooper Malaria Study, 1944-1949

pp. 103-120
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Two Faces of Death: Fatalities from Disease and Combat in America's Principal Wars, 1775 to Present

pp. 121-133
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Medical Education and Practice

Training for Fitness: Reconsidering the 80-Hour Work Week

pp. 134-143
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Essay Reviews

Historical Fine-Mapping

pp. 144-148
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Understanding the Complexity of the U. S. Health Care System: Can Free Market Ideology Respond to a Current Challenge?

pp. 149-154
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Book Reviews

Medical Lives in the Age of Surgical Revolution (review)

pp. 155-158
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How Doctors Think (review)

pp. 158-161
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