2022 RIME External Reviewers. The Student Guidance Program: Applying an Executive Coaching Model to Medical Student Remediation. Heartache or Bellyache? Epigastric Pain, Communication Skills, and Implicit Bias: Can We Uncover an Association in the Simulation Lab? Exposing Racial Bias to Confront Care Chasms: Innovations in the Sickle Cell Disease Curriculum at Rush Medical College. Using Narrative Medicine Workshops to Improve Empathy and Emotional Intelligence and Address Burnout Among Medical Students. Hypertension Education to Address and Reduce Disparities (HEARD). Self-Directed Curriculum About Grief, Death, and Dying to Increase Student Emotional Intelligence. Teaching Innovation and Human-Centered Design Skills as a Project Development Method Creates Innovators. Implementation of a Novel Self-Directed Learning Activity and Feedback Process in Medical Education. Implementation of a Customized Team Coaching Approach to Fuel Interprofessional Practices: BOOST. Using URiM Interprofessional Trainees to Expand the Reach of a COVID-19 Mobile Care Unit. A Multifaceted Educational Design Approach to Critical Care Rotation Improves Learner Confidence and Knowledge. Program Directors' Assessment of Postgraduate Year 1 Residents' Readiness for Graduate Medical Education: Lessons and Insights From the Association of American Medical Colleges Inaugural 2020-2021 Resident Readiness Survey. Paint Me a Picture: Adding Patient Imaging Experiences and Radiology to a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship. Easing the Transition From Medical School to Residency: Using Deliberate Practice to Improve Senior Medical Students' Performance Responding to Urgent Pages From Registered Nurses. Leaving a Footprint: The Impact of a Resident-Level Clinician-Educator Track on Undergraduate Medical Education. Signaling Allyship: Preliminary Outcomes of a Faculty Curriculum to Support Minoritized Learners. Improving the Clinical Learning Environment as Medical Students Through the Learning Environment Assessment and Feedback Committee. Advancing the Mission of an Inclusive Curriculum at the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine Through the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Curriculum Project. Changing the Interview Day: Assessing the Impact of Incorporating Local Community Members Into the Medical School Admissions Interview Process. Reevaluating Learner-Mentor Connections in HyFlex Medical Student Learning Communities. Constructing a Culturally Conscious Dermatology Image Collection for Undergraduate Medical Education. Engaging Empathically: Effects of a Motivational Interviewing Learning Session and Standardized Patient Encounter on Medical Student Confidence in Counseling COVID-19 Vaccine-Hesitant Patients. Perspectives of Transgender and Nonbinary Health Care Providers on Gender Minority Patient Simulation. Tackling Impostor Syndrome Individually and Institutionally: A Longitudinal Impostor Syndrome Curriculum for Pediatric Residents. Spaced Repetition in a Cohort of Practicing Physicians: Methods and Preliminary Results. Real-Time Preceptor Interviews to Improve Faculty Feedback to Students. Early Preclinical Exposure Enhances Medical Student Knowledge and Readiness in Caring for Patients With Disabilities. Human Trafficking: Addressing the Chiasmic Training Gap Through a Train-the-Trainers Model. Implementation and Inter-Rater Reliability of a Comprehensive Scoring Rubric for Preclerkship Medical Documentation. Addressing Impostor Phenomenon Within the First Year of Medical School. A Capstone Course for Senior Medical Students: From Innovative Elective to Required Core Curriculum. The MATCH as an Institutional Clinical Reasoning Assessment for Third-Year Students. Improving Trainees' Confidence and Participation in Serious Illness Communication: Testing the Serious Illness Care Program With Early Learners. Using Latent Profile Analysis to Describe and Understand Medical Student Paths to Communication Skills Expertise. Exploring How Case-Based Learning Addresses Disability. Transitions in Medical Education: Themes From Learners in Training During a Pandemic. Evaluation of Bias in Medical Student Clinical Clerkship Evaluations Using Natural Language Processing. Assigning Online Educational Modules Before Orientation Increases Interns' Level of Readiness for Internship. Toward (More) Valid Comparison of Residency Applicants' Grades: Cluster Analysis of Clerkship Grade Distributions Across 135 U.S. MD-granting Medical Schools. Using the Theory of Threshold Concepts as a Framework to Elucidate Development State in Professionalism Among Pediatric Residents. Synthesizing the Evidence: Best Practices for Trauma-Informed Care Education Across the Health Professions Workforce. Evaluation of Peer Comments for Small-Group Discussion in Curriculum With Virtual and In-Person Settings Using Latent Space Social Network Models. Medical Students' Perception of Their "Distance Traveled" and Its Role in Medical School Applications: A National Qualitative Study. Factors Associated With Office-Based, Primary Care Practice Among U.S. Medical Graduates: A National Cohort Study. Mitigating Bias in Clinical Assessment: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Clerkship Grading Committees. Redistribution of Basic Medical Science Content During Undergraduate Medical Education Curricular Reform: An Expert-Derived List of Recommendations. Automated Assessment of Medical Students' Competency-Based Performance Using Natural Language Processing (NLP). "It's Nice to Know I'm Not Alone": The Impact of an Online Life Coaching Program on Wellness in Graduate Medical Education: A Qualitative Analysis. Trailblazers in Medicine: First-Generation Students' Sense of Belonging at Indiana University School of Medicine.