Books by Subject

Education

  • Digital/Print
    edited by Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood.
    Digital : ProQuest Ebook Central2010Limited to 3 simultaneous users
    Print2010
    Applying educational theory in practice / David M. Kaufman -- Course design / John Bligh and Julie Brice -- Collaborative learning / Diana Wood -- Evaluation / Jillian Morrison -- Teaching large groups / Peter Cantillon -- Teaching small groups / David Jaques -- Feedback in medical education : skills for improving learner performance / Joan Sargeant and Karen Mann -- Learning and teaching in the clinical environment / John Spencer -- Written assessment / Lambert W.T. Schuwirth and Cees P.M. van der Vleuten -- Skill-based assessment / Val Wass -- Work-based assessment / John Norcini and Eric Holmboe -- Direct obvservation tools for workplace-based assessment / Peter Cantillon and Diana Wood -- Learning environment / Jill Thistlethwaite -- Creating teaching materials / Jean Ker and Anne Hesketh -- Learning and teaching professionalism / Sylvia R. Cruess and Richard L. Cruess -- Making it all happen : faculty development for busy teachers / Yvonne Steinert -- Supporting students in difficulty / Dason Evans and Jo Brown.
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    Association of Medical Colleges.
    R2Library2016
    "The seventh biennial Harrison Survey, jointly sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME), documents an academic enterprise that displays three major characteristics, somewhat in opposition to its traditional image as an isolated, passive educational entity. First, continuing medical education/ continuing professional development (CME/CPD) is increasingly integrated into the functions and missions of academic medical centers, academic health systems, and medical schools of the United States and Canada. Second, it demonstrates numerous examples of innovation and scholarship in educational design and operation. Finally, possibly as a result of the first two elements, there is an increased focus on assessing the impact of CME/CPD activities on learner competence, performance, and health care outcomes. The purpose of the survey is to help identify and understand the placement and alignment of the CME/CPD unit within the academic medical center (AMC). Survey findings will benefit those in the CME/CPD field who can use the data to assess and enhance the shape and scope of CME/CPD and who will share the information with AMC leaders, including deans, CEOs, and others. The survey generates broad but important findings for discussion and analysis in three areas: CME/CPD's structure, its function relative to relationships and educational methods, and its scope, reach, and impact. Throughout this report, data from the last Harrison Survey in 2013 are used for comparative purposes"--Executive summary.
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    Laura Weiss Roberts, editor.
    Springer2013
    Attaining professional success and finding personal happiness in academic medicine is not an easy path, yet both are critical if the future is to be brighter through better science, better clinical care, better training, better responsiveness to communities, and better stewardship and leadership in the health professions. This concise, easy to read title consists of "mini" chapters intended as a resource to assist early- and middle-career physicians, clinicians, and scientists in understanding the unique mission of academic medicine and building creative, effective, and inspiring careers in a challenging field.
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    Peter Seldin, J. Elizabeth Miller.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2009Limited to 1 simultaneous users
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    Anne Walling.
    Springer2018
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    edited by David C. Geary, Daniel B. Berch, Robert J. Ochsendorf, Kathleen Mann Koepke.
    ScienceDirect2017
    Acquisition of Complex Arithmetic Skills and Higher-Order Mathematics Concepts focuses on typical and atypical learning of complex arithmetic skills and higher-order math concepts. As part of the series Mathematical Cognition and Learning, this volume covers recent advances in the understanding of children's developing competencies with whole-number arithmetic, fractions, and rational numbers. Each chapter covers these topics from multiple perspectives, including genetic disorders, cognition, instruction, and neural networks. Covers innovative measures and recent methodological advances in mathematical thinking and learning Contains contributions that improve instruction and education in these domains Informs policy aimed at increasing the level of mathematical proficiency in the general public.
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    Hideomi Watanabe, Misako Koizumi (eds.).
    Springer2010
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    Tracy Davis, Laura M. Harrison ; foreword by Larry D. Roper.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2013Limited to 1 simultaneous users
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    Richard Colgan.
    Springer2013
    Part I. Inspirational Perspectives from History -- -- Introduction -- Ancient times -- Chinese and medieval medicine -- The twentieth century -- Modern masters -- -- Part II. Practical Advice for the Modern-Day Healer -- -- Survival tips for the younger clinician -- Civility -- Lessons learned from private practice -- A doctor's journal -- Heal thyself -- The healer.
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    Jaekyung Lee.
    OSO2015
    Through the lens of interdisciplinary and systems perspectives, The Anatomy of Achievement Gaps offers an expert critical analysis of the underachievement problems plaguing the American education system today.
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    edited by Steven M. Downing, Rachel Yudkowsky.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2009Limited to 3 simultaneous users
    Introduction to assessment in the health professions / Steven M. Downing and Rachel Yudkowsky -- Validity and its threats / Steven M. Downing and Thomas M. Haladyna -- Reliability / Rick D. Alexson and Clarence D. Kreiter -- Generalizability theory / Clarence D. Kreiter -- Statistics of testing / Steven M. Downing -- Standard setting / Rachel Yudkowsky, Steven M. Downing, and Ara Tekian -- Written tests : constructed-response and selected-response formats / Steven M. Downing -- Observational assessment / William C. McGahie, John Butter, and Marsha Kaye -- Performance tests / Rachel Yudkowsky -- Simulations in assessment / William C. McGahie and S. Barry Issenberg -- Oral examinations / Ara Tekian and Rachel Yudkowsky -- Assessment portfolios / Ara Tekian and Rachel Yudkowsky.
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    EBSCOhost2019/20Limited to 3 simultaneous users
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    Ary L. Goldberger, Zachary D. Goldberger.
    Wiley2012
    "The Consummate Clinician offers hospital-based physicians an organizing framework for coping with daily challenges both in patient care and in teaching. The book describes in a highly formatted, easily accessible way exactly how physicians and physicians-in-training can think critically and act decisively in this age of medical information overload. Special emphasis is on (1) error avoidance and reduction - a topic that has long been championed by hospitalists, (2) efficient practice management for best patient outcomes and improved cost control, (3) the use of evidence-based medicine, and (4) improving communication among and between physicians and other staff in the hospital setting. Using real-world clinical examples and scenarios, the book focuses on essential topics, many of which tend to fall between the cracks of print and electronic resources. Pearls and pitfalls of gathering, processing, and communicating medical information are presented, but more than these, this book is meant as a kind of clinical GPS--a way of helping hospital-based physicians find their clinical coordinates and keep their bearings in the face of new challenges and uncertainties. In addition to the clinical scenarios featured throughout, additional mini-cases are collected at the end of the book. The over-arching goal of this new resource is to enrich the way hospital-based physicians think about diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis, especially at the warp-speed of "ward world," which increasingly lurches between the frazzled and the frantic"--Provided by publisher.
  • Digital
    edited by Gerd Gigerenzer and J.A. Muir Gray.
    eBook Comp Acad2011
    Health literacy : is the patient the problem? -- Launching the century of the patient / Gerd Gigerenzer and J.A. Muir Gray -- When misinformed patients try to make informed health decisions / Wolfgang Gaissmaier and Gerd Gigerenzer -- Reducing unwarranted variation in clinical practice by supporting clinicians and patients in decision making / Albert G. Mulley, Jr., and John E. Wennberg -- Do patients want shared decision making and how is this measured? / Martin Hañrter and Daniela Simon -- Health illiteracy : roots in research -- Health research agendas and funding / David E. Nelson -- Reporting of research : are we in for better health care by 2020? / Holger Schanemann, Davina Ghersi, Julia Kreis, Gerd Antes, and Jean Bousquet -- Medical journals can be less biased / J.A. Muir Gray -- What is needed for better health care : better systems, better patients or both? / Markus A. Feufel, Gerd Antes, Johann Steurer, Gerd Gigerenzer, J.A. Muir Gray, Marjukka MÃñkelÃñ, Albert G. Mulley, Jr., David E. Nelson, Jay Schulkin, Holger Schanemann, John E. Wennberg, and Claudia Wild -- Health illiteracy : spread to the public -- Statistical illiteracy in doctors / Odette Wegwarth and Gerd Gigerenzer -- Statistical illiteracy in journalism : are its days numbered? / Bruce Bower -- Improving health care journalism / Holger Wormer -- Barriers to health information and building solutions / Talya Miron-Shatz, Ingrid Mahlhauser, Bruce Bower, Michael Diefenbach, Ben Goldacre, Richard S.W. Smith, David Spiegelhalter, and Odette Wegwarth -- Health care 2020 -- How can better evidence be delivered? / Norbert Donner-Banzhoff, Hilda Bastian, Angela Coulter, Glyn Elwyn, Gunther Jonitz, David Klemperer, and Wolf-Dieter Ludwig -- The drug facts box : making informed decisions about prescription drugs possible / Lisa M. Schwartz and Steven Woloshin -- Reengineering medical education / David A. Davis -- The chasm between evidence and practice : extent, causes, and remedies / Richard S.W. Smith -- The future of diagnostics : from optimizing to satisficing / Henry Brighton -- Direct-to-consumer advertising : status quo and suggestions to enhance the delivery of independent medication information / Wolf-Dieter Ludwig and Gisela Schott -- How will health care professionals and patients work together in 2020? : a manifesto for change / Ralph Hertwig, Heather Buchan, David A. Davis, Wolfgang Gaissmaier, Martin Harter, Kai Kolpatzik, France LÃgarÃ, Norbert Schmacke, and Holger Wormer.
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    Robert J. Thompson.
    OSO2014
    Preface -- 1. American Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century -- 2. Emerging Adulthood: A Developmental Science Perspective -- 3. Personal Epistemology -- 4. Empathy -- 5. Identity and the Process of Self-Authorship -- 6. Campus Culture: Developing the Capacities to Constructively Engage Difference -- 7. Providing a Formative Undergraduate Liberal Education.
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    Yellowlees Douglas, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Florida, Maria B. Grant, MD, Professor, University of Alabama-Birmingham.
    Cambridge2018
    "Writing today is a task that most researchers delegate to the least-seasoned member of their unit. These junior members of teams are, if anything, even more in the dark about the entire cycle of writing, submission, and revision than the rest of the team. Perversely, we treat the most challenging aspect of research as gruntwork best passed off to the individuals who cannot refuse to do it. Perhaps, if researchers knew the logistics of good writing and the gauntlets we all pass through in getting work published or funded, they would spend more time mentoring their teammates and even less time delegating"--Provided by publisher.
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    Damon Tweedy, M.D.
    Digital2015Limited to 1 simultaneous users
    Print2015
    When Tweedy began medical school, he envisioned a bright future where his segregated, working-class background would become irrelevant. Instead he found himself grappling with race, bias, and the unique health problems of black Americans, and met a professor who bluntly questioned whether he belonged in medical school. In examining the complex ways in which both black doctors and patients must navigate the difficult and often contradictory terrain of race and medicine, he illustrates the complex social, cultural, and economic factors at the root of most health problems in the black community.
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    Rachel Prentice.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2013Limited to 1 simultaneous users
    In Bodies in Formation, anthropologist Rachel Prentice enters surgical suites increasingly packed with new medical technologies to explore how surgeons are made in the early twenty-first century.
  • Digital
    Mikko Saarikoski, Camilla Strandell-Laine, editors.
    Springer2018
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    edited by Dr. Jo Brown, Dr. Lorraine M. Noble, Dr. Alexia Papageorgiou, Dr. Jane Kidd.
    Wiley2016
    Clinical Communication in Medicine brings together the theories, models and evidence that underpin effective healthcare communication in one accessible volume. Endorsed and developed by members of the UK Council of Clinical Communication in Undergraduate Medical Education, it traces the subject to its primary disciplinary origins, looking at how it is practised, taught and learned today, as well as considering future directions. Focusing on three key areas-the doctor-patient relationship, core components of clinical communication, and effective teaching and assessment-Clinical Communication in Medicine enhances the understanding of effective communication. It links theory to teaching, so principles and practice are clearly understood. Clinical Communication in Medicine is a new and definitive guide for professionals involved in the education of medical undergraduate students and postgraduate trainees, as well as experienced and junior clinicians, researchers, teachers, students, and policy makers.
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    [edited by] Andrew C. Page, Werner G.K. Stritzke.
    Cambridge2015
    1. A science-informed model of clinical psychology practice; 2. Relating with clients; 3. Assessing clients; 4. Monitoring client progress; 5. Linking assessment to treatment: case formulation; 6. Treating clients; 7. Brief interventions; 8. Group treatment; 9. Program evaluation; 10. Case management; 11. Supervision; 12. Managing ruptures in therapeutic alliance; 13. Respecting the humanity of clients: cross-cultural and ethical aspects of practice; 14. Working in rural and remote settings; 15. Psychologists as health care providers; Index.
  • Digital
    Marilyn H. Oermann, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, Teresa Shellenbarger, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, Kathleen B. Gaberson, PhD, RN, CNOR, CNE, ANEF.
    R2Library2018
    "This book encompasses current trends in health care and nursing education with expanded content on ways to maximize the clinical learning experiences of nursing students, use new technologies in clinical teaching, teach and evaluate student performance, and address ethical and legal issues in clinical teaching. New content covers topics such as establishing and using dedicated education units, integrating simulation with clinical education, using new technologies for clinical learning, teaching and evaluating performance in distance education, promoting interprofessional education in clinical setting."-- Publisher.
  • Digital
    [edited by] Hussein M. Tahan, PhD, RN, System Vice President, Nursing Professional Development and Workforce Planning, Medstar Health System Nursing, Columbia, Maryland, Teresa M. Treiger, RN-BC, MA, CHCQM-CM/TOC, CCM, CMSA Past National President (2010-2011), Principal, Ascent Case Management, LLC, Quincy, Massachusetts.
    Ovid2017
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    Alisha R. Pollastri, J. Stuart Ablon, Michael J.G. Hone, editors.
    Springer2019
    This book is the first to systematically describe the key components necessary to ensure successful implementation of Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) across mental health settings and non-mental health settings that require behavioral management. This resource is designed by the leading experts in CPS and is focused on the clinical and implementation strategies that have proved most successful within various private and institutional agencies. The book begins by defining the approach before delving into the neurobiological components that are key to understanding this concept. Next, the book covers the best practices for implementation and evaluating outcomes, both in the long and short term. The book concludes with a summary of the concept and recommendations for additional resources, making it an excellent concise guide to this cutting edge approach. Collaborative Problem Solving is an excellent resource for psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and all medical professionals working to manage troubling behaviors. The text is also valuable for readers interested in public health, education, improved law enforcement strategies, and all stakeholders seeking to implement this approach within their program, organization, and/or system of care. -- Provided by publisher.
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    Committee on the Science of Science Communication: a Research Agenda, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education ; a report of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, Medicine.
    NCBI2017
    "Science and technology are embedded in virtually every aspect of modern life. As a result, people face an increasing need to integrate information from science with their personal values and other considerations as they make important life decisions about medical care, the safety of foods, what to do about climate change, and many other issues. Communicating science effectively, however, is a complex task and an acquired skill. Moreover, the approaches to communicating science that will be most effective for specific audiences and circumstances are not obvious. Fortunately, there is an expanding science base from diverse disciplines that can support science communicators in making these determinations. Communicating Science Effectively offers a research agenda for science communicators and researchers seeking to apply this research and fill gaps in knowledge about how to communicate effectively about science, focusing in particular on issues that are contentious in the public sphere. To inform this research agenda, this publication identifies important influences -- psychological, economic, political, social, cultural, and media-related -- on how science related to such issues is understood, perceived, and used"--Publisher's description.
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    Kris van de Poel, Eddy Vanagt, Ulrike Schrimpf, Jessica Gasiorek.
    Springer2013
    Around the world, the number of internationally mobile medical professionals is steadily increasing, posing potential difficulties for the good communication with patients and colleagues that is vital to satisfactory outcomes and personal professional success. Communication Skills for Foreign and Mobile Medical Professionals is an evidence-based communication resource book designed for all medical professionals who work in foreign countries, cultures, and languages. It offers a wealth of insights into doctor-patient communication, structured around the different phases of the consultation.
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    Patricia K. Carstens, Paul Paulman, Audrey Paulman, Marissa J. Stanton, Brian M. Monaghan, Douglas Dekker, editors.
    Springer2020
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    Ali Alaraj, editor.
    Springer2018
    This book is a practical guide for the use of simulation in neurosurgery, with chapters covering high fidelity simulation, animal models simulation, cadaveric simulation, and virtual reality simulation. Readers are introduced to the different simulation modalities and technologies and are guided on the use of simulation for a variety of learners, including medical students, residents, practicing pediatricians, and health-related professionals. Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Neurosurgery is written and edited by leaders in the field and includes dozens of high-quality color surgical illustrations and photographs as well as videos. This book is part of the Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation Series which provides focused volumes on the use of simulation in a single specialty or on a specific simulation topic, and emphasizing practical considerations and guidance.
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    Shad Deering, Tmika C. Auguste, Dena Goffman.
    Springer2019
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    editors: Scott B. Crawford, Lance W. Baily and Stormy M. Monks.
    Springer2019
    This practical guide provides a focus on the implementation of healthcare simulation operations, as well as the type of professional staff required for developing effective programs in this field. Though there is no single avenue in which a person pursues the career of a healthcare simulation technology specialist (HSTS), this book outlines the extensive knowledge and variety of skills one must cultivate to be effective in this role. This book begins with an introduction to healthcare simulation, including personnel, curriculum, and physical space. Subsequent chapters address eight knowledge/skill domains core to the essential aspects of an HSTS. To conclude, best practices and innovations are provided, and the benefits of developing a collaborative relationship with industry stakeholders are discussed. Expertly written text throughout the book is supplemented with dozens of high-quality color illustrations, photographs, and tables. Written and edited by leaders in the field, Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice is optimized for a variety of learners, including healthcare educators, simulation directors, as well as those looking to pursue a career in simulation operations as healthcare simulation technology specialists.
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    Vincent J. Grant, Adam Cheng, editors.
    Springer2016
    PART I. INTRODUCTION TO SIMULATION FOR PEDIATRICS -- 1. Cognitive Load and Stress in Simulation -- 2. Essentials of Scenario Building for Simulation-based Education -- 3. Essentials of Debriefing and Feedback -- 4. Simulation-based Team Training -- 5. The Role of Simulation for Improving Patient Safety -- 6. Systems Integration, Human Factors and Simulation -- 7. Assessment in Pediatric Simulation -- PART II. PEDIATRIC SIMULATION MODALITIES, TECHNOLOGIES AND ENVIRONMENTS -- 8. Standardized Patients -- 9. Screen-based Simulation, Virtual Reality and Haptic Simulators -- 10. Mannequin-based Simulators and Task Trainers -- 11. Task and Procedural Skills Training -- 12. In Situ Simulation -- PART III.PEDIATRIC SIMULATION FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- 13. Simulation along the Pediatric Healthcare Education Continuum -- 14. Simulation Curriculum Development, Competency-based Education and Continuing Professional Development -- 15. Interprofessional Education -- PART IV. PEDIATRIC SIMULATION SPECIALTIES -- 16. Simulation for Pediatric Hospital Medicine -- 17. Simulation for Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Trauma -- 18. Simulation for Neonatal Care -- 19. Simulation for Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Transport -- 20. Simulation for Pediatric Disaster and Multiple Casualty Incident Training -- 21. Simulation for Pediatric Anesthesia -- 22. Simulation for Pediatric Surgery and Surgical Specialties -- 23. Simulation for Teaching Communication Skills -- 24. Simulation for Rural Communities -- 25. Simulation in Resource Limited Settings -- 26. Simulation for Patient- and Family-Centered Care -- PART V. PEDIATRIC SIMULATION PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT -- 27. Simulation Operations and Administration -- 28. Simulation Education Program Development -- 29. Simulation Research Program Development -- PART VI . PEDIATRIC SIMULATION RESEARCH -- 30. Simulation Research -- PART VII. THE FUTURE OF PEDIATRIC SIMULATION -- 31. The Future of Pediatric Simulation. .
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    edited by William C. McGaghie, Jeffrey H. Barsuk, Diane B. Wayne.
    Springer2020
    This book presents the parameters of Mastery Learning (ML), an especially stringent variety of competency-based education that guides students to acquire essential knowledge and skill, measured rigorously against a minimum passing standard (MPS). As both a scholarly resource and a teaching tool, this is a "how to" book that serves as a resource for a wide variety of health professions educators. A seminal source of information and practical advice about ML, this book divided into five parts: Clinical Education in the Health Professions, The Mastery Learning Model, Mastery Learning in Action, Transfer of Training from Mastery Learning and The Road Ahead. Complete with high-quality images and tables, chapters take an in-depth look into ML principles and practices across the health professions. Specific educational content instructs readers on how to build and present ML curricula, evaluate short and long-run results, conduct learner debriefing and give powerful feedback, set learner achievement standards, and prepare faculty for new educational roles. An invaluable addition to the Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation Series, Mastery Learning in Health Professions Education is written and edited by leaders in the field for practicing clinicians in a variety of health professions.
  • Digital
    edited by Dennis K. Wentz.
    eBook Comp Acad2011
    The only full-scale history of continuing medical education and its future.
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    Association of American Medical Colleges.
    R2Library2014
    "This landmark publication published by the AAMC identifies a list of integrated activities to be expected of all M.D. graduates making the transition from medical school to residency. This guide delineates 13 Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) that all entering residents should be expected to perform on day 1 of residency without direct supervision regardless of specialty choice. The Core EPAs for entering residency are designed to be a subset of all of the graduation requirements of a medical school. Individual schools may have additional mission-specific graduation requirements, and specialties may have specific EPAs that would be required after the student has made the specialty decision but before residency matriculation. The Core EPAs may also be foundational to an EPA for any practicing physician or for specialty-specific EPAs"--Publisher's description.
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    Marcia Hills, Jean Watson.
    Digital : ProQuest Ebook Central2011
    Print2011
    Divided into five units, the text addresses the history of the caring curriculum revolution and its reemergence as a powerful presence within nursing. Unit II introduces intellectual and strategic blueprints for caring-based education, including action-oriented approaches for faculty-student relations, teaching/learning skills, emancipatory pedagogical practices, critical-reflective-creative approaches to evolving human consciousness, and power relation dynamics. The third unit addresses curriculum structure and design, the evolution of a caring-based college of nursing, the philosophy of caring-human science, caring in advanced practice education, caring as a pedagogical approach to nursing education, and teaching-learning professional caring based on Watson's theory of human caring. Unit IV explores an alternative approach to evaluation. The final unit explores the future of the caring science curriculum as a way of emancipating the human spirit, with caritas nursing as a transformative model. --Book Jacket.
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    L. Dee Fink.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2013
    "In this thoroughly updated edition of L. Dee Fink's bestselling classic, he discusses new research on how people learn, active learning, and the effectiveness of his popular model adds more examples from online teaching; and further focuses on the impact of student engagement on student learning. The book explores the changes in higher education nationally and internationally since the publication of the previous edition, includes additional procedures for integrating one's course, and adds strategies for dealing with student resistance to innovative teaching. This edition continues to provide conceptual and procedural tools that are invaluable for all teachers when designing instruction. It shows how to use a taxonomy of significant learning and systematically combine the best research-based practices for learning-centered teaching with a teaching strategy in a way that results in powerful learning experiences for students. Acquiring a deeper understanding of the design process will empower teachers to creatively design courses that will result in significant learning for students"-- Provided by publisher.
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    edited by Patricia A. Thomas, David E. Kern, Mark T. Hughes, Belinda Y. Chen.
    Digital : ProQuest Ebook Central2015
    Print2015
    Overview : a six-step approach to curriculum development / David E. Kern -- Step 1 : problem identification and general needs assessment / Belinda Y. Chen and Eric B. Bass -- Step 2 : targeted needs assessment / Mark T. Hughes -- Step 3 : goals and objectives / Patricia A. Thomas -- Step 4 : educational strategies / Patricia A. Thomas -- Step 5 : implementation / Mark T. Hughes -- Step 6 : evaluation and feedback / Brenessa Lindeman and Pamela A. Lipsett -- Curriculum maintenance and enhancement / David E. Kern and Patricia A. Thomas -- Dissemination / David E. Kern and Eric B. Bass -- Curriculum development for larger programs / Patricia A. Thomas.
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    Renzo Rosso.
    Springer2019
    Instead of following the Magna Charta Universitatum, the declaration of the principles of knowledge signed in 1988 in Bologna, the academic approach pursued in Europe and the other continents over the past 30 years has strictly employed a utilitarian model of higher education. This jeopardizes academic freedom, shared governance and tenure, the three pillars of the long-established model of universities. Scientific conformism and fragmentation, educational bias and authoritarianism are the major drawbacks, together with a poor readiness to meet the emerging challenges in the labor market and technology. In this book, Renzo Rosso presents a new model for countering these developments, e.g. by establishing novel democratic rules for university governance. The Slow University paradigm positions culture and education as essential tools for the long-term survival of humankind.
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    Baruch B. Schwarz & Michael J. Baker ; preface by Lauren B. Resnick.
    Cambridge2017
    "New pedagogical visions and technological developments have brought argumentation to the fore of educational practice. Whereas students previously 'learned to 'argue', they now 'argue to learn': collaborative argumentation-based learning has become a popular and valuable pedagogical technique, across a variety of tasks and disciplines. Researchers have explored the conditions under which arguing to learn is successful, have described some of its learning potentials (such as for conceptual change and reflexive learning) and have developed Internet-based tools to support such learning. However, the further advancement of this field presently faces several problems, which the present book addresses. Three dimensions of analysis - historical, theoretical and empirical - are integrated throughout the book. Given the nature of its object of study - dialogue, interaction, argumentation, learning and teaching - the book is resolutely multidisciplinary, drawing on research on learning in educational and psychological sciences, as well as on philosophical and linguistic theories of dialogue and argumentation"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Phillip R. Lee and Patricia E. Franks.
    Executive summary -- Preface -- ch. 1. Changing opportunities and challenges for medical schools: from desegregation to affirmative action to promoting diversity in an anti-affirmative action environment -- ch. 2. Increasing access to U.S. medical schools for diverse populations: demographic, education, and medical school trends, 1960s-2000s, graduate medical education, and the U.S. physican workforce -- ch. 3. The Changing federal context -- ch. 4. California's people: demographic transformation, educational trends, and challenges for medical school and physician diversity -- ch. 5. California's changing policy context -- ch. 6. The University of California: the changing policy context of a public university -- ch. 7. Stanford University: the changing policy context of a private university -- ch. 8. Case studies of diversity: UCSF and Stanford medical schools -- ch. 9. Recommendations: opportunities for action to increase diversity -- Appendix 1. Archival research -- Appendix 2. Key informant interviews -- Appendix 3. Oral history interviews -- Appendix 4. Selected key reports related to diversity in medical schools and the health professions and the physician workforce.
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    Katherine Moran, Rosanne Burson, Dianne Conrad.
    R2Library2020
    "The Doctor of Nursing Practice Project: A Framework for Success, Third Edition provides the foundation for the scholarly process enabling DNP students to work through their project in a more effective, efficient manner. The Third Edition is intended for practical application and remains focused on the scholarly project. In addition, it specifically outlines how the project has been used to prepare clinical scholars for practice, a focus seen nationally. A new chapter on health policy highlights the DNP core competencies that are used to advocate for healthcare policy change. This chapter covers how policy impacts practice, how the DNP nurse is the leader of the profession, their role as it relates to advocacy, the connection of the DNP project and health policy and concludes with an action plan. Coverage of the scholarly project tools and exemplars which highlight the variety of work by DNP nurses are also found throughout the text. Key Features Updated historical perspectives Overview of project variability Coverage of project sustainability and measures of impact New chapter on health policy Navigate 2 Essentials Package which will feature digital versions of the project tools"--Provided by publisher.
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    Molly Cooke, David M. Irby, Bridget C. O'Brien ; foreword by Lee S. Shulman.
    Status: Not Checked Out
    Based on a study of physician education by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Calls for a major overhaul of the present approach to preparing doctors for their careers. The text addresses issues for the future of the field and takes a comprehensive look at the most pressing concerns in physician education today.-- excerpted from publisher notes.
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    edited by Edwin A. Bowe, Randall M. Schell, Amy N. DiLorenzo.
    Cambridge2018
    Do you want to improve your teaching skills in graduate medical education? This book provides suggestions and practical examples for teaching in the Pre-Anesthesia Clinic, the Operating Room, the Pain Clinic, and the ICU. Designed to help the reader become a more efficient and effective teacher, it also provides best practice suggestions for teaching airway management, regional anesthesia, transesophageal echocardiography, and newer technologic advancements such as point-of-care ultrasound. Based on research in education, this book provides information for all medical educators, including creating the optimal learning environment, teaching clinical reasoning, using multimedia and simulation, making the classroom interactive, and the significance of test-enhanced learning, while presenting specific examples of each. Chapters include teaching professionalism, preparing residents to be teachers, teaching quality and safety, providing feedback, and teaching residents how to read the literature. This volume emphasizes providing practical suggestions from recognized leaders in each of the areas discussed.
  • Digital
    Susan Bridges, Lap Ki Chan, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver, editors.
    Springer2016
    Foreword -- How can e-learning support PBL groups? A systematic literature review -- How do students use their mobile devices in PBL? -- Are Wikipedia articles and YouTube videos reliable resources in problem-based learning curricula -- Peeking behind the curtain of PBL learning processes: An ethnographic study among medical students -- Video as context and conduit for problem-based learning -- PBL facilitation with interactive whiteboards: An interactional ethnography -- E-learning for e-health: Improving concepts to improve curriculum -- The deteriorating patient Smartphone app: Serious game design -- Mobile just-in-time situated learning resources for surgical clerkships -- Utilising mobile electronic health records in clinical education -- EEG and dental simulators indicate skill-learning pathways -- Impact of haptic simulation on dental student performance -- Opportunities of a virtual reality training environment in dental education -- Measuring emotions in medicine: Methodological and technological advances within authentic medical learning environments.
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    Mustafa Karahan, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, Pietro Randelli, Gabriëlle J.M. Tuijthof, editors.
    Springer2015
    This book explains how training in arthroscopic skills is best carried out in order to keep up to date with advances in arthroscopy, meet the ever-increasing demand for high-quality care, and respond to changes in available training time. State of the art developments regarding tools, performance monitoring, and learning strategies are presented, and practical guidelines provided for direct implementation in daily clinical practice. The coverage of simulation-based training ranges from the use of wet labs and box trainers through to sophisticated virtual reality simulators. Subsequent sections on objective performance tracking of training outside and in the operating room cover a variety of key aspects, including psychomotor learning, the adequacy of performance measures, evidence-based thresholds, preclinical training strategies, the role of global rating scales, and video tools. As a result of the success of arthroscopy, its role in the orthopaedic armamentarium is continuously increasing and ever more complex surgeries are being performed arthroscopically. Effective training in arthroscopy is essential to good outcomes. The guidance provided in this book by acknowledged experts in the field will assist in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of arthroscopic training and in enhancing patient safety.
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    edited by Traci L. Thoureen, Sara B. Scott.
    Wiley2013
    "This book is written and designed to provide medical educators in emergency medicine with resource for integrating medical simulation into their teaching practices. Material is provided in the form of clinical cases which are drawn from a diverse group of faculty authors from a range of major teaching centers. The cases provide readers with a full spectrum of pathology. Moreover, each case is formatted and annotated so that it can be tailored to novice or advanced learners, and easily deployed in a diversity of settings. Valuable "tips or tricks" accompany images patient data. Overall, this book is deal for use by EM educators as part of a tailored teaching and assessment portfolio"--Provided by publisher.
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    editor-in-chief, Mark A. Runco, Steven R. Pritzker.
    ScienceDirect2020
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    edited by Kirsty Forrest, Judy McKimm, Simon Edgar.
    Wiley2013
    Essential simulation in clinical education / Judy McKimm and Kirsty Forrest -- Medical simulation : the journey so far / Aidan Byrne -- The evidence what works, why and how? / Doris Ostergaard and Jacob Rosenberg -- Pedagogy in simulation-based training in health care / Peter Dieckmann and Charlotte Ringsted -- Assessment / Thomas Gale and Martin Roberts -- The roles of faculty and simulated patients in simulation / Bryn Baxendale, Frank Coffey, and Andrew Buttery -- Surgical technical skills / Rajesh Aggarwal and Amit Mishra -- The non-technical skills / Nikki Maran, Simon Edgar, and Alistair May -- Teamwork / Jennifer Weller -- Designing effective simulation activities / Joanne Barrott ... [et al.] -- Distributed simulation / Jessica Janice Tang ... [et al.] -- Providing effective simulation activities / Walter J Eppich, Lanty O'Connor, and Mark Adler -- Simulation in practice / edited by Jean Keri -- The future for simulation.
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    by Jeffrey W. Alstete, Iona College, USa, Nicholas J. Beutell, Iona College, USA, John P. Meyer, Iona College, USA.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2018
    Faculty members, scholars, and researchers often ask where they should publish their work; which outlets are most suitable to showcase their research? Which journals should they publish in to ensure their work is read and cited? How can the impact of their scholarly output be maximized? The answers to these and related questions affect not only individual scholars, but also academic and research institution stakeholders who are under constant pressure to create and implement organizational policies, evaluation measures and reward systems that encourage quality, high impact research from their members. The explosion of academic research in recent years, along with advances in information technology, has given rise to omnipresent and increasingly important scholarly metrics. These measures need to be assessed and used carefully, however, as their widespread availability often tempts users to jump to improper conclusions without considering several caveats. While various quantitative tools enable the ranking, evaluating, categorizing, and comparing of journals and articles, metrics such as author or article citation counts, journal impact factors, and related measures of institutional research output are somewhat inconsistent with traditional goals and objectives of higher education research and scholarly academic endeavors.
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    Carole J. Bland [and others].
    ProQuest Ebook Central2009Limited to 3 simultaneous users
    "In Faculty Success through Mentoring, the authors describe the tangible benefits of formal, traditional mentoring programs, in which mentor-mentee interactions are deliberate, structured, and goal-oriented."--Inside jacket.
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    Committee on Educating Health Professionals to Address the Social Determinants of Health, Board on Global Health, Institute of Medicine, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
    "The World Health Organization defines the social determinants of health as "the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age, and the wider set of forces and systems shaping the conditions of daily life." These forces and systems include economic policies, development agendas, cultural and social norms, social policies, and political systems. In an era of pronounced human migration, changing demographics, and growing financial gaps between rich and poor, a fundamental understanding of how the conditions and circumstances in which individuals and populations exist affect mental and physical health is imperative. Educating health professionals about the social determinants of health generates awareness among those professionals about the potential root causes of ill health and the importance of addressing them in and with communities, contributing to more effective strategies for improving health and health care for underserved individuals, communities, and populations. Recently, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened a workshop to develop a high-level framework for such health professional education. A Framework for Educating Health Professionals to Address the Social Determinants of Health also puts forth a conceptual model for the framework's use with the goal of helping stakeholder groups envision ways in which organizations, education, and communities can come together to address health inequalities"--Publisher's description.
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    Larry B. Silver, Dana L. Silver.
    eBook Comp Acad2011
    Learning and related disabilities -- Related disorders -- Clinical interventions : the public school system -- Clinical interventions : the related psychiatric disorders -- Resources.
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    Bruce Z. Morgenstern, editor-in-chief.
    Status: Not Checked Out
    The role of the clerkship director -- Day-to-day management of a clerkship -- Vital roles the clerkship administrator plays in medical student education -- Directing a clerkship over geographically separate sites -- Medical student wellness in the clerkship year -- The clerkship orientation -- Creating a clerkship curriculum -- Integrating foundational sciences in a clerkship curriculum -- Instructional methods and strategies -- Clinical reasoning -- Technology and the clerkship director -- Simulation in medical education -- Remediation for struggling clerkship learners -- Nurturing medical professionalism -- Developing ethical physicians -- Interprofessional education -- Asssessment and grading of medical students -- Evalulation of clerkship teachers -- Evaluating the clerkship -- The clerkship director's practical guide to faculty -- Developing residents as teachers -- Career development for clinician educators -- Education scholarship: a primer for clinical educators -- The current state of pre-clerkship clinical skills courses in the U.S. -- Advising and mentoring medical students -- Longitudinal medical student education -- Continuum of learning: teaching lifelong learning skills -- The clerkship director and the accreditation process -- Basic legal issues and considerations for clerkship directors -- The fourth-year subinternship/acting internship -- Health systems science for clerkship directors -- Using quality improvement concepts to improve educational curricula.
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    Somnath Mookherjee, Ellen M. Cosgrove, editors.
    Springer2016
    Introduction -- How to become a learner-centered teacher -- How to optimize teaching by using observation and feedback -- How to use learning preferences to optimize teaching effectiveness -- How to effectively teach millennials: understanding intergenerational factors -- How to use reflective and deliberate practice to maximize learning -- How to use teaching scripts to make teaching more effective and efficient -- How to give a great PowerPoint presentation -- How to give a great "chalk talk" -- How to teach at the bedside -- How to teach beginning students in the clinical setting -- How to teach medical students in an ambulatory clinic -- How to teach in free clinics: brief encounters with learners and patients in vulnerable communities -- How to teach students on an inpatient clerkship -- How to use Entrustable Professional Activities to evaluate and teach physician trainees -- How to teach in the emergency department -- How to teach in the operating room -- How to teach procedures -- How to teach quality improvement and patient safety -- How to teach fundamental communication skills -- How to teach clinical reasoning -- How to teach communication skills for palliative care conversations -- How to teach error disclosure to students and residents -- How to remediate learners on a short clinical rotation: getting the learner back on track -- How to give difficult feedback -- How to teach physical examination -- How to teach interprofessional learners.
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    Sandra L. Christenson, Amy L. Reschly, Cathy Wylie, editors.
    Springer2012
    pt. 1. What is student engagement? -- pt. 2. Engagement as linked to motivational variables -- pt. 3. Engagement and contextual influences -- pt. 4. Student engagement : determinants and student outcomes -- pt. 5. Measurement issues, instruments, and approaches.
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    Karen Glanz, Barbara K. Rimer, K. Viswanath, editors.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2015
    "Health Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practice, Fifth Edition, is a thorough introduction to the practice of health education and health promotion, covering the theories, applications, and research of most use to public health students and practitioners. Through four editions, with more than 100,000 copies sold, this book has become the gold-standard textbook for health behavior courses. This essential resource includes the most current information on theory, research, and practice at individual, interpersonal, and community and group levels, with substantial new content on current and emerging theories of health communication, social marketing and e-health, culturally diverse communities, health promotion, the impact of stress, the importance of networks and community, social marketing, and evaluation. New contents include an update to the selection of theories, both established and emerging; e-health and social media as integrated into health communication; global health as an application of health behavior theory; culture and health disparities; more guidance on how to select suitable theories for specific problems/issues. In addition to a selection of basic ancillary materials, the editors offer a dedicated website with student-written "theory in action" examples; expanded bibliographies; exemplar measures of theoretical constructs; and relevant links"-- Provided by publisher.
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    edited by Debra Nestel, Michelle Kelly, Brian Jolly, Marcus Watson.
    Wiley2018
    Section I. Introduction -- Section II. Theoretical perspectives and frameworks for healthcare simulation -- Section III. Contemporary issues in healthcare simulation -- Section IV. Elements of simulation practice -- Section V. Innovations in healthcare simulation practice -- Section VI. Conclusions and future practice.
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    Thomas Bodenheimer [and eight others].
    R2Library2016
    "Residency teaching programs have two equally important missions: educating tomorrow's doctors and caring for today's patients. This report offers observations made in 23 family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatric resident teaching clinics around the United States. We found that several of those residency programs are demonstrating that good education for tomorrow's doctors requires excellent care for today's patients. Currently, clinics that train the nation's future primary care physicians face major challenges. Faculty physicians and resident learners often spend only one to two half-days per week in clinic, making it difficult to provide continuity of care and prompt access for patients, who are often from underserved communities. Moreover, a "training gap" exists between the inpatient focus of many residency programs and the reality that the majority of health care occurs in the outpatient setting. Residents and medical students are less likely to enter ambulatory primary care careers as a result of poor experiences in teaching clinics. The observations offered in this report are based on detailed site visits conducted from 2013 to 2015 by a team from the Center for Excellence in Primary Care (CEPC) at the University of California, San Francisco. The observations are organized according to the primary care improvement model—the Building Blocks of High-Performing Primary Care—which includes 10 features of good primary care"--Executive summary.
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    Mike Davis, Judy McKimm, Kirsty Forrest.
    Wiley2013
    This important book offers an introduction to the theory and the varying types of assessment for health care professionals. The book includes information on such topics as Where have work based assessments come from?; Why do we have different parts to the same exam like MCQs and OSCEs?; How do colleges decide who has passed or not?; Why can people pick their own assessors for their MSF?; The role of formative assessment Portfolios and their value. The book avoids jargon, is clear and succinct, and gives the pros and cons of the different assessment processes.
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    Westwood, Olwyn M. R.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2013
    Principles of assessment / Olwyn Westwood and Ann Griffin -- Assessment of knowledge / Steve Capey -- Development of skills competence assessment / Alison Sturrock -- Assessment of performance / Gavin Johnson and Allison Wiseman -- Assessment of professionalism / Deborah Gill -- Setting the standard in assessments / Steve Capey -- Feedback and assessment / Ann Griffin, Sophie Park, and Catherine O'Keeffe -- Psychometrics in medical education assessments / Katherine Woolf -- Examiners and examination boards / Olwyn Westwood -- Future developments in assessment and feedback / Jane Dacre.
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    Michael J. Englesbe, Michael O. Meyers, editors.
    Springer2017
    This book discusses personal traits and rationale for any student considering a career in surgery. The authors review accomplishments as a medical student that are key components of beginning a surgical career, and highlight what makes a student competitive for a surgical program. While much of the focus is on an academic career in surgery, sections are devoted to mentorship, research experience and personal experiences that lead to success and are relevant to anyone pursuing a surgery. The editors also focus on gender and work-life balance issues that are often perceived as barriers to a career in surgery. A How To Guide For Medical Students provides help to medical students interested in pursuing a career in surgery. The chapters also include key dates and sample application information for students to use as templates.
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    Peter Donnelly, Joel Benson, Paul Kirk.
    Wiley2012
    E-learning : what is it? -- Evidence e-learning works -- Using e-learning to teach -- Access to e-learning -- Examples of technology in use -- E-learning qualifications -- Research -- Looking towards the future.
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    Mary Seabrook.
    Wiley2014
    Creating an effective learning environment -- Teaching in clinical contexts -- Workplace-based assessment and feedback -- Common problems in clinical teaching -- Next steps.
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    Stephen E. Brock, Shane R. Jimerson, Robin L. Hansen.
    Springer2009
    ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed childhood behavioral disorder. Moreover, many students receiving special education assistance are reported to have ADHD. This book offers guidance on conducting psycho educational assessments of children with ADHD. It is suitable for school psychologists, and mental health professionals.
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    Catherine Christo, John M. Davis, Stephen E. Brock.
    Springer2009
    "As many as one in four children experiences problems with reading. Dyslexia, the most common learning disability leads to well-documented negative effects on school and, ultimately, adult success. Therefore, it is critical that school professionals provide early and effective assessment and intervention. This volume equips practitioners with in-depth understanding of the disorder and a wealth of practical information for meeting student needs." "As the duties of school psychologists and related education professionals become more complex, recognizing and providing services for students with learning disorders has become progressively more demanding. Identifying, Assessing, and Treating Dyslexia at School offers practitioners an accessible and easy-to-read reference that they will use for years to come."--BOOK JACKET.
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    edited for the AAMC by Andrew D. Hollenbach, Kristen L. Eckstrand, Alice Dreger.
    R2Library2014
    People who are LGBT, gender nonconforming, or born with DSD often experience challenges when seeking care in doctors' offices, community clinics, hospitals, and emergency rooms. These experiences, which can range from being made to feel unwelcome to outright discrimination and mistreatment, lead to poorer physical and emotional health. The report identifies 30 competencies that physicians must master. These competencies fall under eight domains of care critical to training physicians, including patient care, knowledge for practice, practice-based learning and improvement, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, systems-based practice, interprofessional collaboration, and personal and professional development. This competency-based framework will allow medical educators to integrate the new guidelines into existing curricula more easily and encourage faculty and health care professionals to move away from thinking of patients in these groups as separate from the general patient population.
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    Kadambari D, Kumar S, Zayapragassarazan Z, Parija SC.
    Springer2018
    The past few decades have seen the increasing use of evidence in all aspects of healthcare. The concept of evidence-informed healthcare began in the 1990s as evidence-informed practice, and has since become widely accepted. It is also accepted that the training of medical graduates must be informed by evidence obtained from educational research. This book utilizes an evidence-informed approach to improve discipline-based undergraduate medical curricula. Discipline-based undergraduate medical curricula represent a widely adopted choice for undergraduate medical education around the world. However, there have been criticisms leveled against the discipline-based approach. One of the shortcomings cited is that students are insufficiently equipped to meet the challenges of today's healthcare. As a result, various strategies have been proposed. One option, currently in vogue, is the outcome-based approach, wherein the exit behaviors of medical graduates are explicitly examined and used to guide the educational process. The shortcomings present in discipline-based undergraduate medical curricula can be overcome by the strengths of these strategies. This book recommends improving discipline-based undergraduate medical curricula by combining several strategies, including the adoption of an outcome-based approach and the use of evidence-informed implementable solutions. The book is relevant for all faculty, administrators and policymakers involved in undergraduate medical education, and can also be used as a resource for faculty development.
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    edited by Ajay Major & Aleena Paul.
    Status: Not Checked Out
    Hands/ Lisa Moore -- Stripping down the flesh / Nita Chen -- EKG calamity / Steven Lange -- Lacrimos / Daniel Coleman -- Autumn autopsy / Abi Ashcraft -- A tub of baby hearts / Katie Taylor -- Anatomical variation / Damien Zreibe -- Hello sir / Haikoo Shah -- I don't know : the medical student motto / Daniel Lefler -- Medicine's hardest lesson : people, not patients / Navdeep Kang -- Searching for role models in medicine / David Gasalberti -- It's hard keeping a white coat clean / Claire McDaniel -- Medical student, student physician or student doctor? / Joshua Niforatos -- On empathy (can these shoes ever fit?) / Jennifer Hong -- Learning to see / Olivia Low -- 30 percent bucket / Joshua Stein -- On clinical teaching and evidence-based medicine / Amy Briggs -- The value of empathy in medicine / Sarah Bommarito -- "May I ask you a few questions and examine you?" / Tania Tabassum -- Overthink it! / Eric Donahue -- Eau de medical school / Nita Chen -- Doctor Dad : a husband and father of three / Daniel Gates -- Better mom, better doctor / Mariya Cherneykina -- Never forget those who got you here / Eric Donahue -- Being pregnant during the first year of medical school / Allison Lyle -- For Pappou : a reflection on loss / Chris Meltsakos -- Medical student as patient / Lorenzo Sewanan -- When a patient's disease strikes a chord / Anjani Amladi -- Parenthesis / Amanda Rutishauser -- A medical student's experience as a patient / Crystal Romero -- Treating the disease and treating the illness / Steven Lange -- Broken / Jennifer Tsai -- A night at the homeless shelter / Jimmy Tam Huy Pham -- A wait for the bus : a solution for wandering in dementia / Katie Taylor -- How health care policy shapes health care practice / Manasa Mouli -- A lack of care : why medical students should focus on Ferguson / Jennifer Tsai -- Physicians-in-transit : the blizzard of 2015 / Jacob Walker -- My black eyes / Jessicqa Ubanyionwu -- Mine / Damien Zreibe -- On silence : the limits of professionalism / Jennifer Hong -- My white coat costume / Jes Minor -- Street medicine / Ajay Koti -- The chair / Ben Ferguson - My contribution / Kerri Vincenti -- Don't judge a book by its cover / Manik Aggarwal -- To the man with the flowers / Sasha Yakhkind -- The little one / Eric Ballon-Landa -- Exam room 3 / Jimmy Yan -- Emotions and energy in the ICU / Lisa Moore -- A sweet embrace / Zachary Abramson -- Do you remember? / Jimmy Yan -- Beta amyloid blues / Kiersten Pollard -- A story of love from psychiatry / Manasa Mouli -- Eyes : a reflection from the first month of clerkships / Sanjay Salgado -- We lost it : a story of surgical error / Dacia Russell -- How to make challah : the Jewish octopus / Ajay Koti -- Why I am in the room / Katie Taylor -- Fading memories of love and martinis / Joshua Niforatos / M/R/G / Steven Lange -- The lady in red / Lisa Podolsky -- Being there / Corbin Pomeranz -- A portrait of the patient as an old man / Millin Sekhon -- Pansies, rosemary and rue / Erin Baumgartner -- Diversity and rhinos / Bianca Maria Stifani -- Medicine, meaning and fluency / Jocelyn Mary-Estelle Wilson -- On doctoring etiquette / Qing Meng Zhang -- A patient in denial : is the system at fault? / Ola Hadaya -- Clinical culture shock : low health literacy as a barrier to effective communication / Lindsey McDaniel -- Talking dirty / Mariya Cherneykina -- Lost in translation / Katharine Caldwell -- View from the other side / Jimmy Yan -- Doctoring : who is it really for? / Nita Chen -- Breaking down the barrier / Pratik Kanabur -- A case for inclusive language / Ria Pal -- Remembering what it is like not to know / Katie Taylor -- How medical school taught me to put studying second / Samuel Scott -- Do they teach fear in medical school? / Ajay Koti -- Idea worship : mindfulness in medical school / Andrew Kadler -- How to find the strength to keep going : words of advice from a third-year / Jarna Shah -- Wounded healers / Ajay Koti -- Rite of passage / Nita Chen -- Booster / Jennifer Tsai -- CMO : comfort measures only, not morphine drip only / Reza Hosseini Ghomi -- From birth to death : a recollection of the third year / Chris Meltsakos -- The inevitable / Punita Shroff -- Life song / Sophia Tolliver -- False song? The story of Mr. R. / Faryal Osman -- Try again : experiencing failure as a medical student / Sadhana Rajamoorthi -- Stars, dollar bills and other essentials / Morgan Shier -- Breeze / Jennifer Tsai -- N'ap kenbe/we're holding on / Christopher Hudson -- Half of a year, halfway across the world / Sadhana Rajamoorthi -- The problem with playing doctor / Shraddha Dalwadi -- Perspectives from the bike : a look at an Ecuadorian hospital / Brian Lefchak -- An afternoon with a Swazi boy / Brent Schnipke -- On a mission / Victoria Psomiadis -- More than a number : the patient's story / Peter Wingfield -- On becoming a doctor : excellent medical student, terrible clinician / Amy Ho -- A letter to myself, future resident, on dealing with myself, current medical student / Lindsay Heuser -- "Are there any physicians on board, we have a medical emergency" / Manik Aggarwal --Is it better to trust or to hope? / Robert Ethel.
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    Eta S. Berner, editor.
    Springer2014
    This book reviews and defines the current state of the art for informatics education in medicine and health care. This field has undergone considerable change as the field of informatics itself has evolved. Twenty years ago almost the only individuals involved in health care who had even heard the term "informatics" were those who identified themselves as medical or nursing informaticians. Today, we have a variety of subfields of informatics including not just medical and nursing informatics, but informatics applied to specific health professions (such as dental or pharmacy informatics), as well as biomedical informatics, bioinformatics and public health informatics. Informatics Education in Health Care addresses the broad range of informatics education programs available today. The Editor and very experienced internationally recognized informatics educators who have contributed to this work have made the tacit knowledge explicit and shared some of the lessons they have learned. This book therefore represents the key reference for all involved in the informatics education whether they be trainers or trainees.
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    Kathy Reavy, Professor Boise State University, Boise, ID.
    R2Library2016Limited to 1 simultaneous user
    What is a DNP project? -- Underpinnings of the DNP project -- Evidence-based practice : background and models -- From idea to searchable question -- The nature of evidence -- Searching and organizing -- Critical appraisal of evidence -- Synthesizing the evidence and making recommendations -- Implementation frameworks -- Planning for implementation : integration, management, and leadership -- Planning for implementation : evaluation -- Planning for implementation : cost management, economic analysis and -- Writing the proposal -- Managing actualization of the project -- Dissemination and collaboration -- Coming full circle : the importance of translational science.
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    edited by Marian de Souza, Leslie J. Francis, James O'Higgins-Norman and Daniel G. Scott.
    Springer2009
    Part 1. General Introduction -- Part I. The Psychology of Religion and Spirituality: Implications for Education and Wellbeing - An Introduction -- Part II. The Role of Spirituality in Human Development and Identity: An Introduction -- Part III. The Spiritual Dimension in Educational Programs and Environments to Promote Holistic Learning and Wellbeing: An Introduction.
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    Nyapati R. Rao, Laura Weiss Roberts, editors.
    Springer2016
    Part I. Foundations -- Chapter 1. International Medical Graduate Physician Training in American Psychiatry: Where We Are and Where We Are Going -- Chapter 2. Graduate Medical Education and Career Paths -- Chapter 3. Core Competencies and the Next Accreditation System -- Chapter 4. Evaluation and Feedback -- Chapter 5. The Doctor-Patient Relationship -- Chapter 6. The Psychiatric Interview -- Chapter 7. The Biopsychosocial Formulation -- Chapter 8. Psychotherapy -- Chapter 9. Professionalism and Ethics -- Chapter 10. Legal Issues -- Chapter 11. Evidence-Based Medicine -- Chapter 12. Psychiatric Research -- Chapter 13. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry -- Chapter 14. Geriatric Psychiatry -- Chapter 15. Public Psychiatry -- Part II. Perspectives -- Chapter 16. From Immigrant to Practitioner: A Perspective -- Chapter 17. The History of International Medical Graduate Physicians in Psychiatry and Medicine in the United States: A Perspective -- Chapter 18. Identity Development for International Medical Graduate Physicians: A Perspective -- Chapter 19. Identity Issues Specific to Women and United States Citizens Graduating from International Medical Schools: A Perspective -- Chapter 20. Cultural Competence for International Medical Graduate Physicians: A Perspective -- Chapter 21. Training Needs of International Medical Graduate Physicians in Psychiatry: A Perspective -- Chapter 22. Globalization and Recruitment Strategies for International Medical Graduate Physicians: A Perspective.
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    Manfred Georg Krukemeyer, MD, Chairman, Paracelsus-Hospitals, Osnabrück, Germany.
    Thieme MedOne Education2016
    Getting started -- General terms -- Description of medical specialties.
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    Status: Not Checked Out
    1. Sciences générales de l'homme -- 2. Sciences juridiques, politiques et économiques -- 3. Sciences pures et appliquées -- 4. Sciences médicales, biomédicales, pharmaceutiques et vetinaires.
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    Louis Pangaro, editor.
    R2Library2010Limited to 1 simultaneous user
    History of internal medical education / Joel D. Howell -- The organization of medical education: a brief guide / D. Craig Brater -- What to expect of teachers at different levels: planning a system of faculty development / Barbara Schuster, Louis Pangaro -- Developing faculty as educational leaders: forging your own academic future / Teresa A. Coleman, Peter F. Buckley, Ruth-Marie E. Fincher -- What do leaders need to know about curriculum planning? / David E. Kern, Patricia A. Thomas -- Evaluating educational programs / Steven J. Durning, Paul A. Hemmer -- Developing a system for evaluation of learners / Daniel J. Klass -- Getting started in educational research / Eric Holmboe.
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    edited by Susanne A. Schneider, Cynthia Comella.
    Springer2019
    This book provides insights into the meaningful milestones of leaders and world experts in the field of movement disorders/neurology. Through the format of interview questions, it communicates the skills of key leaders in movement disorders. The interviewees are past and present leaders of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorders Society (IPMDS) and their experiences reflect the nature of working in the global environment and diversity of this society. The stories in this book have value that transcends a specific Society and will provide lessons in leadership that have application to many organizations around the world. This is a key resource for movement disorders experts, clinicians, scientists and young neurologists who are planning the next step in their career.
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    Lee Bach Lu, [and four others], editors.
    Springer2018
    This book informs and supports medical educators and clinic leaders regarding the key clinical and administrative components necessary to run an academic medical practice. From a group of expert faculty from the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) with years of experience in managing academic medical practices, this manual offers comprehensive guidance to the clinic director regarding critical factors involved with running an academic medical practice including, but not limited to: compliance with Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requirements, clinic orientation and curricula implementation, clinic workflow challenges, billing, coding, and the Primary Care Exception Rule, productivity metrics and quality indicators, evaluation and feedback for trainees, faculty, and clinic staff, implementation of a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), development of controlled substance prescribing policies, medical student involvement in resident clinics, and Veteran Affairs practices and non-traditional care settings. The scope of this book is sufficiently broad to be comprehensive and practical while still anticipating the further evolution of the academic medical practice in the years to come. Each chapter focuses on a particular aspect of clinic leadership and will offer real-world examples and management "pearls" for the clinic director. Chapters highlight common challenges and solutions and should be useful across disparate practice settings. This is an ideal resource for clinic directors, core faculty, and clinic leadership in academic outpatient medical practices, particularly those within the field of Internal Medicine, Primary Care, and related specialties.
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    edited by Nadine Finigan-Carr.
    TandFonline2017
    A dream deferred : how trauma impacts the academic achievement of African-American youth / Larry J. Walker & Ramon Goings -- Addressing racism's effects on African American males from womb to classroom / Roland J. Thorpe, Jr, Derek M. Griffith, Marino A. Bruce & Lawrence Brown -- Drinking and learning while black : the effect of family problem drinking on children's later educational attainment / Stacey Houston -- Anxiety and grade retention among African American and Caribbean black adolescents / Theda Rose, Nadine M. Finigan-Carr & Sean Joe -- Community violence, adolescent aggression and academic achievement / Nadine M. Finigan-Carr & Tanya L. Sharpe -- Schools as re-traumatizing environments / Wendy E. Shaia & Shanda C. Crowder -- Peace, be still : black educators coping with constant school reforms in Philadelphia / Camika Royal -- Promoting culturally responsive practice to reduce disparities in school discipline among African American students / Katrina J. Debnam, Jessika H. Bottiani & Catherine Bradshaw -- On some types and consequences of afterschool activities in low-Income neighborhoods / Brad Lian.
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    Anthony J. Viera, Rob Kramer, editors.
    Springer2016
    Recognizing that medical faculty face different questions or issues in different stages of their careers, this handy, practical title offers a comprehensive roadmap and range of solutions to common challenges in the complex and changing Academic Medical Center (AMC). With critical insights and strategies for both aspiring and seasoned academicians, this handbook offers a concise guide for personal career development, executive skill acquisition, and leadership principles, providing actionable, targeted advice for faculty seeking help on a myriad of new issues and situations. Pressures in today's Academic Medical Center include significant changes to the healthcare system, competition for research funding, transformation of medical education, and recruitment and retention of the ever-evolving workforce. This dynamic environment calls for razor-sharp leadership and management effectiveness to stay competitive. AMC faculty aspire to formal leadership roles for a variety of reasons: to set a new vision, to create change, or to affect policy and resource decisions. For others, weariness of past leadership styles or mistakes may catalyze wanting a chance to set a different tone. Management and Leadership Skills for Medical Faculty: A Practical Handbook is a must-have resource for faculty in AMCs and anyone with a role in healthcare leadership. .
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    editors, Elaine A. Donoghue, Colleen A. Kraft.
    AAP ebooks2019
    "This fully revised and updated resource helps teachers and caregivers address the challenges of caring for children with chronic health conditions and special health care needs in child care and school settings"--Publisher's description.
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    [edited by] Beth Tamplet Ulrich.
    eBook Comp Acad2012
    The preceptor role / Beth Tamplet Ulrich -- Learning : the foundation of precepting / Beth Tamplet Ulrich -- Precepting strategies / Beth Tamplet Ulrich -- Competence, critical thinking, clinical reasoning, clinical judgment and confidence / Beth Tamplet Ulrich -- Having a plan : developing and using objectives, goals, and outcomes / Karen Robbins and Mary S. Haras -- Communication / Laurie Shiparski -- Coaching / Laurie Shiparski -- Effectively using instructional technologies / Cathy Deckers, Thomas Doyle, and Wendy Jo Wilkinson -- Working with specific learner populations / Beth Tamplet Ulrich -- Assessing and addressing preceptee behavior and motivation / Cindy Lefton -- Pragmatics of precepting / Larissa Africa and Herilyn Ashlock -- For managers : selecting, supporting, and sustaining preceptors / Carol A. Bradley [and others] -- The practice of self-care to prevent burnout and create an optimal healing environment / Kim Richards.
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    Alan Bleakley, John Bligh, Julie Browne.
    Springer2011
    "The purpose of medical education is to benefit patients by improving the work of doctors. Patient centeredness is a centuries old concept in medicine, but there is still a long way to go before medical education can truly be said to be patient centered. Ensuring the centrality of the patient is a particular challenge during medical education, when students are still forming an identity as trainee doctors, and conservative attitudes towards medicine and education are common amongst medical teachers, making it hard to bring about improvements. How can teachers, policy makers, researchers and doctors bring about lasting change that will restore the patient to the heart of medical education? The authors, experienced medical educators, explore the role of the patient in medical education in terms of identity, power and location. Using innovative political, philosophical, cultural and literary critical frameworks that have previously never been applied so consistently to the field, the authors provide a fundamental reconceptualisation of medical teaching and learning, with an emphasis upon learning at the bedside and in the clinic. They offer a wealth of practical and conceptual insights into the three-way relationship between patients, students and teachers, setting out a radical and exciting approach to a medical education for the future." --Publisher description.
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    Dana Zappetti, Jonathan D. Avery, editors.
    Springer2019
    This book tackles the most common challenges that medical students experience that lead to burnout in medical school by carefully presenting guidelines for assessment, management, clinical pearls, and resources for further references. Written by national leaders in medical student wellness from around the country, this book presents the first model of care for combating one of the most serious problems in medicine. Each chapter is concise and follows a consistent format for readability. This book addresses many topics, including general mental health challenges, addiction, mindfulness, exercise, relationships and many more of the important components that go into the making of a doctor. Medical Student Well-being is a vital resource for all professionals seeking to address physician wellness within medical schools, including medical students, medical education professionals, psychiatrists, addiction medicine specialists, hospitalists, residents, and psychologists.
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    Lois J. Zachary.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2012Limited to 1 simultaneous users
    "Thoughtful and rich with advice, The Mentor's Guide explores the critical process of mentoring and presents practical tools for facilitating the experience from beginning to end. Now managers, teachers, and leaders from any career, professional, or educational setting can successfully navigate the learning journey by using the hands-on worksheets and exercises in this unique resource. Readers will learn how to: Assess their readiness to become a mentor, Establish the relationship, Set appropriate goals, Monitor progress and achievement, Avoid common pitfalls, Bring the relationship to a natural conclusion. The new edition of this best-selling volume includes expanded coverage of: Coaching as distinct from and similar to mentoring, Diversity and cultural differences between mentors and mentees, Mentoring at a distance, especially online, Connections to author's companion volumes, Creating a Mentoring Culture and The Mentee's Guide"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Holly Humphrey, editor.
    R2Library2010Limited to 1 simultaneous user
    Mentoring students, residents, and faculty and supporting their professional development are topics of great concern among leaders in medical education. Offering knowledge and insight from a range of experienced physician-educators and others involved in medical education, this book provides a unique perspective on medical professionalism in the coming decades as well as a comprehensive approach to developing programs for mentorship and guidance. Illustrated with realistic cases and examples, this book provides: Insight into effective mentoring relationships and fostering professionalism. Guidelines for developing mentoring programs for students, residents, and clinical and research faculty. A consideration of the issues that arise related to mentoring special groups. Multiple perspectives on role modeling and guiding others to be successful in their careers.
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    Helen M. Woolnough, Sandra L. Fielden.
    Wiley2017
    Gendered career development within nursing and healthcare -- Mentoring as a career development tool -- Diversity in mentoring : gender, race, and ethnicity -- Mentoring in nursing and healthcare -- Designing and implementing a formal mentoring programme -- Evaluating formal mentoring relationships -- Does mentoring work? : the realities of mentoring from the perspective of both mentee and mentor -- The challenging perceptions programme and the long term benefits of mentoring.
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    Sharon E. Straus, David L. Sackett.
    Wiley2014
    What is the evidence for mentorship? -- What are the characteristics and behaviors of effective mentors and mentees? -- How can you initiate mentorship? -- Some effective mentoring strategies and tactics : part 1, mentorship meetings, priority setting, and time-management -- Some effective mentoring strategies and tactics : part 2, protecting mentees from dys-opportunities -- Some effective mentoring strategies and tactics : part 3, mentoring for knowledge generation -- Some effective mentoring strategies and tactics : part 4, mentoring for knowledge dissemination -- Some effective mentoring strategies and tactics : part 5, mentoring for promotion, protection, and job prospects -- How can you assess, diagnose and treat mentorship that is in trouble? -- How can you initiate and maintain a mentorship progam? -- How can you evaluate the impact of a mentorship program? -- How can you scale up and sustain a mentorship program?.
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    Kelley M. Skeff, Georgette A. Stratos, editors.
    R2Library2010Limited to 1 simultaneous user
    Developing expertise in teaching / Kelley M. Skeff, Georgette A. Stratos -- From curricular goals to instruction : choosing methods of instruction / Patricia A. Thomas, David E. Kern -- The lecture : tips to make your next presentation go better than your last / Scott C. Litin, Jack Ende -- Facilitating a small-group discussion / Karen Mann, Paul O'Neill -- How to design and conduct effective workshops / Yvonne Steinert -- Helping physicians learn and change their practice performance : principles for effective continuing medical education / Dave Davis, Robert D. Fox.
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    Melanie V. Sinche.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2016Limited to 3 simultaneous users
    Part I. Getting to know yourself -- Connecting your interests to careers -- But I have no skills and other myths -- Identifying your personal values -- Part II. Getting to know the world of work -- To postdoc or not to postdoc? -- Career options for PhDs in science -- Strategies for exploring careers and building experience -- Networking effectively to uncover opportunities -- Part III. Getting started on your job search -- Crafting your individual development plan -- Assembling your application materials and applying for jobs -- Interviewing and negotiating tactics -- Conclusion: Making a successful transition.
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    Mary E. McDonald.
    R2Library2018
    "Provides instructors with a comprehensive, in-depth guide to creating effective classroom exams. Nurse educators will learn how to craft reliable and valid assessment materials ranging from multiple-choice exams and true-false tests to matching exercises and essay responses. Hundred of sample test questions, as well as detailed scoring rubrics, serve as invaluable resources for educators preparing their students for successful careers in nursing. Additionally, the text delves into the pedagogy behind Bloom's taxonomy, how to gauge the difficulty level of questions, and how to revise questions to increase their cognitive challenge. This revised edition is an essential guide for developing questions that require students to think critically and features a chapter on NCLEX test question development"-- Provided by publisher.
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    Keeley C. Harmon, Joe Ann Clark, Jeffery M. Dyck, Vicki Moran.
    Springer2016
    Issues and trends in nursing education -- Principles of teaching and learning -- Classroom teaching -- Clinical experiences -- Simulation -- Online learning -- Appendix A: Example course syllabus -- Appendix B: Program outcomes -- Appendix C: Exam blueprint -- Appendix D: Example case study -- Appendix E: Example welcome letter -- Appendix F: Key discussion points during advising -- Appendix G: Clinical organization tool -- Appendix H: Example of clinical syllabus -- AppendixI: Abbreviated second patient form -- Appendix J: Example of a clinical contract -- Appendix K: Sample action plan -- Appendix L: Sample of debriefing questions for simulation.
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    Joan Such Lockhart.
    R2Library2016
    Gaining a perspective on healthcare trends influencing nursing professional development -- Understanding the specialty practice of nursing professional development -- Getting prepared for your role as a nursing professional development specialist and unit-based educator -- Orienting clinical nurses to the organization, assessing competence and promoting life-long learning -- Developing a unit-based clinical preceptorship program -- Helping clinical nurses develop their educator role through unit-based in-service education programs -- Getting involved in professional nursing organizations and the community -- Helping clinical nurses share their expertise by publishing -- Sharing your expertise through abstracts, oral presentations, and posters -- Recording your professional nursing achievements in a portfolio -- Preparing your resume or curriculum vita and cover letter -- Promoting nursing research and evidence-based practice in the clinical setting -- Meeting the learning needs and marketing the talents of clinical nurses through continuing nursing education programs -- Developing a career plan as a proactive approach for the future.
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    Judith V. Boettcher, Rita-Marie Conrad.
    ProQuest Ebook Central2016
    Teaching online: the big picture -- Pedagogical principles for effective teaching and learning: ten core learning principles -- Best practices for teaching online: ten plus four -- Technology tools to support teaching and learning -- Four phases of a course: themes and happenings -- Phase 1: course beginnings: starting off on the right foot -- Phase 2: keeping the ball rolling in the early middle -- Phase 3: letting go of power in the late middle -- Phase 4: pruning, reflecting, and wrapping up -- Teaching accelerated intensive courses -- What's next: reflecting and looking forward.
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    Elena Aguilar.
    Wiley2018
    Habits and dispositions of emotionally resilient educators -- A calendar of learning -- The resilience manifesto -- Know yourself : June -- Understand emotions : July -- Tell empowering stories : August -- Build community : September -- Be here now : October -- Take care of yourself : November -- Focus on the bright spots : December -- Cultivate compassion : January -- Be a learner : February -- Play and create : March -- Ride the waves of change : April -- Celebrate and appreciate : May -- Conclusion : onward to freedom.
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    by Emery A. Wilson, Jay A. Peran, D. Kay Clawson.
    Springer2008
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    edited by Ahmed Ibrahim Fathelrahmen, Mohamed Izham Mohamed Ibrahim, Alian A. Alrasheedy, Albert I. Wertheimer.
    ScienceDirect2018
    Pharmacy Education in the Twenty First Century and Beyond: Global Achievements and Challenges offers a complete reference on global pharmacy education, along with a detailed discussion of future issues and solutions. This book begins with a brief overview of the history of pharmacy education, covering all levels of education and styles of learning, from undergraduate, continuing professional education, and methods for self-learning and development. Teaching strategies such as team-based learning, problem-based learning and interdisciplinary education are also described and compared to conclude why certain pharmacy programs attract students, and why educators prefer particular teaching strategies, assessment tools and learning styles. As a result, this book provides pharmacy educators, administrators, students and practitioners with a comprehensive guide to pharmacy education that will enable readers to choose the best approaches to improve, reform or select a program based on worldwide experience and the latest available evidence and research.
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    J. Donald Boudreau, Eric J. Cassell, Abraham Fuks.
    OSO2018
    This book re imagines the education of medical students in its entire scope, from first year to graduation. The educational blueprint presented here rests on a new definition of sickness, one focused on impairments of function as the primary issue of concern for both patients and their care givers. This perspective avoids the common shift of medical attention from persons to diseases, and thus provides the basis for an authentic and robust patient-centered mindset.
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    Eimear Muir-Cochrane ; Patricia Barkway ; Debra Nizette.
    ClinicalKey Nursing2018
    "With an estimated 450 million people worldwide suffering from mental health problems, more health care workers now need a range of mental health skills in order to provide sufficient care across a variety of settings. Written by leading authors in their fields, Eimear Muir-Cochrane, Patricia Barkway and Debra Nizette, The Pocketbook of Mental Health is a quick-reference resource that delivers practical strategies and skills for allied health and nursing students, health professionals, general practitioners, paramedics, police and allied health workers to implement. With a focus on social inclusion, recovery, culture and the promotion of consumer rights, this mental health textbook is a pivotal guide for holistic modern health care practices.Hands on practical strategies of what to do in commonly encountered situations. A focus on recovery and person-centred care, and new material on co-occurring health problems The latest research and evidence, including guidance on medications, scales, tools, terminology and DSM5 updates. Case studies that provide practical examples. New chapter: Assessing Risk. Loss and Grief chapter has a stronger focus on Trauma. Consistent structuring across disorders and medications Increased content on ice, the therapeutic relationship, pain, the links between physical health and mental, childhood, additional/new cultural groups Significantly more content on self-care and inter-professional practice highlighting the different roles involved." -- Provided by publisher.
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    Larry D. Florman, M.D.
    Springer2015
    Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Mentors/Advisors -- Chapter 3. The Transition?Part 1 -- Chapter 4. Attire -- Chapter 5. The Little Black Book -- Chapter 6. Communications -- Chapter 7. Teaching and Learning -- Chapter 8. Surgery Suite Etiquette -- Chapter 9. The Clinics -- Chapter 10. Rounds -- Chapter 11. The Difficult -- Chapter 12. Documentation -- Chapter 13. Presentations -- Chapter 14. Mortality and Morbidity Conference -- Chapter 15. On Call -- Chapter 16. Family and Friends -- Chapter 17. Your Health -- Chapter 18. Medical?Legal -- Chapter 19 The System -- Chapter 20. The Boards -- Chapter 21 The 80-Hour Week -- Chapter 22. Research -- Chapter 23. The Interview -- Chapter 24. HIPAA -- Chapter 25. Social Media -- Chapter 26. Electronic Medical Records -- Chapter 27. Insurance, Managed Care -- Chapter 28. Vacations -- Chapter 29. Finances -- Chapter 30. Assorted Affairs -- Chapter 31. The Transition?Part 2 -- Chapter 32. The Mentor?s Wrap-Up -- Chapter 33. Epilogue -- Appendix A. Commonly Used Web-Based Sites -- Appendix B. Books of Interest. .

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