May 2005, Vol. 39, Issue #5, pg. 505-533.
Review by: Linda Heun, Ph.D. <email@example.com>
This is the issue that contains a collection of educational works in progress. I include the following list of contents and encourage your exploration and sharing of your own works in progress for future issues:
The Medical School Curriculum
Clinical Education and Clinical Skills
- Using Fetal Alcohol Syndrome as an integrating curricular theme
- Process of integration of 12 cross-cutting themes
- Radical curriculum design: an experiment in learner empowerment
- A business of medicine curriculum for medical students
- Geriatrics curriculum for clerkship students: implementation and evaluation
- Widening participation in medicine
- Patient safety in an interprofessional learning environment
- Enhancing EBM skills using goal setting and peer teaching
- Medical student education: Addressing patients' mental health needs
- A successful format for a breastfeeding advocacy skills workshop
Medicine and Art
- Ensuring medical student competency in basic procedural skills
- Teaching students to use medical notes
- A student-organized introduction to the clinical rotations
- Does direct observation improve medical students' clerkship experiences?
- An innovative advanced patient-doctor course for medical students
- Deaf awareness and sign language: an innovative special study module
Simulation and Technology
- All the world's a stage . . .
- Does 'doing art' inform students' learning of anatomy?
- Interactive drama: teaching aboriginal health medical education
- Simulation of pediatric basic life support on the Internet
- Using web/based technology to teach physical examination
- Team learning in medical gross anatomy course
- Reflective teaching: the value of e-mail student journaling
- Interactive online assessment training for busy practitioners
- Problem-based learning using a human patient simulator
- Praxis Pointers: reciprocal publication of practical pearls
- Online simulations of ambulatory care for medical residents
Continuing Professional Development
- The impact of duty hour restrictions on teaching by surgical residents
- The OSCE as a formative evaluation tool for substance abuse training
- Bioethics curriculum for pediatric residents: Implementation and evaluation
- Are there specific competencies required by prison GPs?
- Cabin Fever: an innovation in faculty development for rural preceptors
- A scholarship-generating project for clinical educators
- Wessex Professional Program: general professional development for SpRs
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