Oza SK, Joo P, Grochowalski JH, Rougas S, George P and Milan F. Novel use of an OSCE to assess medical students' responses to a request for a low value diagnostic imaging test: A mixed methods analysis. Patient Educ Couns 2021; S0738-3991(21)00680-7.
Gupta S, Jackson JM, Appel JL, Ovitsh RK, Oza SK, Pinto-Powell R, Chow CJ, Roussel D. Perspectives on the current state of pre-clerkship clinical reasoning instruction in United States medical schools: a survey of clinical skills course directors. Diagnosis (Berl). 2021 Jul 1.
Santos MT, Oza S, Naqvi Z, Grochowalski JH, George P, Jordan W and Joo P. Assessing Student Competencies in Antibiotic Stewardship and Patient Counseling. Family Medicine 2020; 52(5):357-360.
Kelly J, Oza SK, Feinn R and Cassese T. Implementation of a Hypothesis Driven Physical Exam Session in a Transition to Clerkship Program. MedEdPORTAL 2020; 16:11043.
Oza SK, van Schaik S, Boscardin CK, Pierce R, Miao E, Lockspeiser T, Tad-Y D, Aagaard E, Kuo AK. Leadership observation and feedback tool: A novel instrument for assessment of clinical leadership skills. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 2018; 10(5): 573-582.
Oza SK, Wamsley M, Boscardin CK, Batt J and Hauer KE. Medical students' engagement in interprofessional collaborative communication during an interprofessional observed structured clinical examination: A qualitative study. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice 2017; 7: 21-27.
Oza SK, Boscardin CK, Wamsley M, Sznewajs A, May W, Nevins A, Srinivasan M, and Hauer K. Assessing 3rd year medical students' interprofessional collaborative practice behaviors during a standardized patient encounter: A multi-institutional, cross-sectional study. Med Teach 2015; 37(10).
Hauer KE, Boscardin C, Fulton T, Lucey C, Oza S and Teherani A. Using a curricular vision to define entrustable professional activities for medical student assessment. JGIM 2015; 30(9): 1344-1348.
Hauer KE, Oza SK, Kogan JR, Stankiewicz CA, Stenfors-Hayes T, ten Cate O, Batt J, O'Sullivan PS: How clinical supervisors develop trust in their trainees: a qualitative study. Medical Education 2015; 49(8): 783-95.