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Theory and Practice of Teaching Medicine

ISBN-10: 1934465410

ISBN-13: 9781934465417

Edition: 2010

Authors: Jack Ende, American College of Physicians Staff, Ende Jack

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A part of the new Teaching Medicine Series, this new title focuses on the theory and practice of teaching medicine.
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Book details

List price: $119.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: American College of Physicians
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 161
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

About the Teaching Medicine Series
Introduction: Facing the Challenges of Medical Teaching
The Journey From Novice to Professional: How Theories of Learning Can Enhance Teaching
Behavioral Learning Theory
Cognitive Learning Theory
Social Learning Theory
Learning From Experience
Applying Theory to Educational Practice
Disorganized Case Presentation
Missed Diagnosis
Priorities on Teaching Rounds
Student Transition to Clinical Learning
Failure to Appreciate Illness Severity
An Evolving Clinical Syndrome
Team Management Trouble
Making Time to Teach
Overlooked Complexity
Delinquent Charting
Decision-Making Within a Hospital System
The Busy Resident
Summary
Lessons for Teaching Effectively
Be Clinically Astute-and Wise
Fit Teaching to Learning
Be Attuned to the Learner and the Environment
Engage Learners and Set Goals
Observe and Provide Feedback
Demonstrate and Role-Model
Be Organized and Prepare
Improvise
To Be Effective, Aspire to Be Great
Conclusion: Applying the Lessons
Becoming a Better Teacher: From Intuition to Intent
Competencies and Pedagogical Principles
Approaches to Becoming a Better Teacher
Learning (to Teach) From Experience: Doing, Observing, Using Feedback
Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher
Becoming a Member of a Teaching Community
Participating in Faculty Development Programs
Pursuing the Joy of Teaching
Keeping Up Your Fund of Knowledge: How Teaching Physicians Can Access Clinical Knowledge, Answer Questions, and Develop Skills for Life-Long Learning
Classification of Health and Biomedical Information
Bibliographic Content
Full-Text Content
Annotated Content
Information Needs of Clinical Teachers
Practical Applications for Clinical Teachers: Six Scenarios
Conclusion
Memorable Moments in Teaching and Learning
Introduction: The Power of Stories
A Student's First Case Presentation
(Not) Alone in the ICU
On the Spot in the VA
Caring for Patients, and Learning From Them
Tape Record a History? "You Must Be Kidding"
Not Just Another Weekly CPC
A Jar in One Hand, A Book in the Other
On the Private Service
Reading From the "Big Book"
Two Years Later
Brazen or Bayesian, A Career Is Launched
Alphabet Soup for the Soul
House Call
Lessons Learned "At His Hand"
On Rounds, With the Chief
Sometimes Better Than You Think
In the Clinic, Listening
A Little Night Teaching
At the Bedside, 39 Years Ago
The Author Comes to Class
On Rounds, in a Circle
A Snowy Day: Anonymous
Index