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Precepting Medical Students in the Office

Author : Paul M. Paulman
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"Medical knowledge and training have evolved dramatically over the centuries, but the tradition of dedicated physicians sharing their knowledge, skills, experience, and wisdom with the next generation of young medical students is still vital. Much of today's medical training is of a technical nature, but in reality physicians are as much artists as technicians, and the art of medicine is a skill that cannot be learned in a classroom. As Hippocrates put it a long time ago, the doctor who despises the knowledge acquired by the ancients is foolish." —from the Foreword, by Stuart P. Embury, M.D. As medical education curricula continue to evolve, many medical schools are implementing programs that allow students to spend a portion of their time observing primary care physicians in their offices. Currently, more than 20,000 physicians are precepting medical students in this way, and the number will grow as more and more educational programs attempt to move medical student experiences into the community. In Precepting Medical Students in the Office, Paul M. Paulman, M.D., Jeffrey L. Susman, M.D., and Cheryl A. Abboud, M.P.A., bring together experts in the field of family medicine to provide a how-to guide to educating medical students in the patient-care setting. The contributors cover subjects that range from defining the scope of preceptorship to managing the costs, working with medical schools and local hospitals, integrating the student into the practice, providing feedback, problem learners, and teaching styles. Section topics: Introduction to Community-Based Precepting • Characteristics and Needs of Learners • Clinical Teaching • Organization of the Preceptorship Curriculum • Relationships to Medical Schools and Other Agencies • Legal and Ethical Aspects of Precepting • Faculty Benefits and Resources

Precepting Medical Residents in the Office

Author : Paul M. Paulman
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This work includes a foreword by James Stageman. 'This book has been produced to serve as a resource for community physicians who bring medical residents into their practices and train them in their offices. This book has been designed with the busy community physician in mind. Each chapter is intended to serve as a practical, concise, easily read, stand alone resource on the topic covered.' - Paul M. Paulman, Audrey A. Paulman, Jeff D. Harrison, Jeff Susman and Kate Finkelstein, in the Preface. 'A comprehensive handbook for precepting residents. Although modern technology can change the way in which students acquire knowledge and skills, there is no substitute for a true mentor. In medicine, perhaps more than in any other profession, our mentors have always enjoyed a special place in our hearts and minds. Although some professional athletes may contend that "I am not a role model", there is no doubt where you and I, as preceptors, stand on this issue. We are role models. We are mentors and upon us falls the responsibility to prepare tomorrow's physicians for careers in public service that we can only begin to comprehend.' - James Stageman, in the Foreword. Written by practicing and academic physicians with decades of experience, this book is the only complete guide written specifically for busy community physicians who teach medical residents in their office. Each chapter is short, concise, easily read and serves as a stand alone reference on the topic covered. Its contents include: identifying learning needs and creating the learning environment; setting goals and objectives, providing feedback and evaluating residents; involving your office staff in teaching and integrating practice management into the preceptorship; preparing the community and practice for the residents and collaborating with local hospitals; documenting supervision and addressing ACGME competencies; and dealing with regulatory bodies and addressing liability issues. This book is an invaluable guide for practicing physicians teaching medical residents in the workplace, particularly those in family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics, and a useful reference for residency program directors.

Teaching in Your Office

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Medical Teaching in Ambulatory Care Second Edition

Author : Warren Rubenstein, MD
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Completely updated and extensively referenced, the new edition of this practical hands-on resource demonstrates the effective use of any ambulatory setting in medical education. The authors investigate the tools needed from a theoretical framework for teaching, in addition to essential teaching skills, dealing with difficult trainees, setting up a private practice as a setting for teaching, and more. The text provides pragmatic examples of real situations with specific strategies for addressing each.

Precepting Made Easy A Teaching Guide for the Office Based Clinical Medicine Preceptor

Author : Harvey S. Raskind
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A Teaching guide for community based physician to aid them in instructing medical students how to examine patients

The Preceptor s Handbook for Supervising Physician Assistants

Author : Randy Danielsen
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The Preceptor's Handbook for Supervising Physician Assistants is a guide for clinical preceptors of physician assistant (PA) students during their education and for physicians who supervise PAs in their practice. This handbook encompasses the experiences and passion of four dedicated PA educators with more than 100 years of experience. This resource addresses current practice as well as future projections, and provides guidance for new styles of supervision in evolving healthcare systems and home care/geriatrics. With coverage of issues including supervision in the team environment as well as individual practice, this resource will provide the physician and physician assistant with information and skills for becoming an excellent preceptor for students and an outstanding supervising clinician for graduate PAs. Features Case Studies Job Descriptions Performance Agreements Evaluation Tools Professional Improvement Plans

Family Medicine

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Teaching Ambulatory Medicine

Author : Samuel C. Durso
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Many medical care decisions are made in outpatient settings, yet physician training continues to be conducted in inpatient settings. Emphasizing the benefits of ambulatory teaching for both medical students and office-based physicians, this work offers advice on starting and carrying out medical education in outpatient settings. It describes basic elements of learning theory and the student-teacher relationship, and provides tips on preparing students to interact with patients. Since most physicians have no formal training as teachers, methods for evaluating the teacher are included. Durso teaches medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

Family Medicine Clerkship preceptorship Directory

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The 35th Annual Northern Michigan Summer Conference

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The Iowa Family Physician

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Teaching Family Medicine in Medical School

Author : Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
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A Supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary

Author : Oxford University Press
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A definitive reference to English words and usage

Hospital Literature Index

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Journal of the Iowa Medical Society

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Textbook of Family Medicine

Author : John W. Saultz
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An attractive two-color format gives an accessibility to charts, tables, algorithms and the overall design. Beyond the signs and symptom-based focus, several unique features distinguish this book among its competitors including a review of modern family theory in the age of managed care, presentation of family medicine as a process, and distinct sections for the new subspecialty areas of sports medicine and geriatrics.

Pediatric Education in Community Settings

Author : Thomas G. DeWitt
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The Residency Handbook

Author : L.D. Victor
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This handbook is written for senior medical students and junior house officers as an introduction to the challenges of their residency training years. Medical students should appreciate the chapters on the academic, professional and social components that characterize this period. Junior house officers should appreciate the chapters on the practical aspects of initiating the residency training years, such as renting apartments and moving.

The New England Journal of Medicine

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Bulletin of the Association of American Medical Colleges

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