A Practical Guide for Medical Teachers

Author: Dent, John A.


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  • ISBN: 9780702031236
  • Author: Dent, John A.
  • Publ Date: 2009-06-18
  • Edition: 3
  • Pages: 452
  • Imprint: CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE *#
  • Status: ACT
  • ID - 64646

Table of Contents :

SECTION 1 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 1. New horizons in medical education 2. Curriculum planning and development 3. The undergraduate curriculum 4. Clinical learning in the early years 5. Early years of postgraduate training 6. Later years of postgraduate or specialist training 7. Continuing professional development 8. Preparing for general practice 9. Educational environment SECTION 2 LEARNING SITUATIONS 10. Lectures 11. Learning in small groups 12. Clinical skills centre teaching 13. Bedside teaching 14. Ambulatory care teaching 15. In the community 16. Rural and remote locations 17. Distance education 18. Peer-assisted learning 19. Mentoring SECTION 3 EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES 20. Outcome-based curriculum 21. Independent learning 22. Problem-based learning 23. Integrated learning 24. Interprofessional education 25. Core curriculum and student-selected components SECTION 4 TOOLS AND AIDS 26. Instructional Design 27. Study Guides 28. Simulators and simulation-based medical education 29. Simulated/standardised patients 30. e-learning and e-teaching 31. Healthcare education informatics 32. m-learning SECTION 5 CURRICULUM THEMES 33. Basic and clinical sciences 34. Basic sciences and curriculum outcomes 35. Clinical communication 36. Ethics and attitudes 37. Professionalism 38. Preparing for practice 39. Evidence-based medicine SECTION 6 ASSESSMENT 40. Principles of assessment 41. Standard setting 42. Choosing assessment instruments 43. Written assessments 44. Performance assessment 45. Workplace-based assessment 46. Portfolios, dissertations and projects 47. Giving feedback SECTION 7 STAFF AND STUDENTS 48. Student selection 49. Student support 50. Study skills 51. Staff development 52. Academic standards and scholarship 53. Publishing and research

Description:

This third edition of the highly-praised "Practical Guide for Medical Teachers" continues to provide a bridge between theoretical aspects of medical education and the practical delivery of enthusiastic teaching. As in its previous editions it will act as an invaluable aid to clinicians as well as other healthcare teachers in their understanding of contemporary educational principles, providing practical help in the delivery of the variety of teaching situations which characterise present day curricula. Key concepts and tips are presented in a digestible form and in a way which indicates both their immediate relevance and practical implications.

Review:

***2010 BMA Book Awards - Highly Commended - Basis of medicine*** "Some chapters are particularly good in that they offer advice for situations which may be problematic, for example in the chapter on Problem Based Learning they discuss difficulties of group dynamics. The additional information in some of the appendices for example 'Making your own podcasts' is really helpful for readers and teachers, and encourages teachers to try new methods of teaching. A clearly presented, wellorganised text that provides the medical teacher with a concise and thorough reference book, which will help in the planning and delivery of medical education. It deals with both wellestablished constructs and methods in education as well as discussing current and emerging topics that will shape medical education in the 21st century.? "Judges comments"


 

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