Community-Based Teaching: A Guide to Developing and Implementing Education Programs for Medical Students and Residents in the Practitioner's Offic / Edition 1

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Overview

An increasing number of patients are being treated in office or community settings. Even though internists will likely spend the majority of their time in these settings, most of their training is still in an academic institution or teaching hospital. This essential guide for educators, practitioners, and students covers the newest and most effective methods for medical training and education. Topics include Teaching in the Office, The Preceptor, The Learner, Curriculum Development, Evaluation and Program Enhancement, Financial Issues, and others. The appendices are noteworthy for including additional resources and organizations that support CBT, examples of legal and educational contracts, evaluation forms, job descriptions, goals and responsibilities, as well as a section on frequently asked questions. This book provides a concise yet complete guide to program development from startup through evaluation and program evolution. It has been developed for the academician who wishes to implement such a program at his or her school and for the practitioner who would like to have his or her practice participate in office-based teaching.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Rick Kellerman, MD (University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita)
Description: This is a guide to developing practical education programs for medical students and residents in primary care physician community-based practices.
Purpose: As medical care shifts from an inpatient to an outpatient focus, successful innovation in medical student and resident education in community-based settings is necessary. Community-based teaching explains how to plan teaching programs with volunteer faculty in office and community settings.
Audience: The book will be most useful to course directors who have been newly charged with developing community-based educational programs. For those already administering successful programs, it is a good review and will stimulate new ideas. Community-based volunteer faculty with interests in the process of medical education will also enjoy the book.
Features: The book explores how to recruit, train, and maintain a quality cadre of volunteer faculty; the development, evaluation, and enhancement of curriculum and teaching methodologies in a community-based setting; financial implications to the medical school and the practitioner; and expectations and needs of the student, resident, and volunteer faculty. Four model programs that have successfully integrated community-based training into their academic teaching programs are explained. Useful tools are an appendix of 25 "Frequently Asked Questions" pertinent to community-based teaching and a first-person "One Day's Experience" written by a volunteer faculty member.
Assessment: This is a useful, easily read, concise book on this increasingly important topic in medical education. It is limited in its discussion of emerging concerns for community-based teachers, such as the impact of managed care on volunteer teachers, new Medicare physician documentation requirements for billing when patients are seen by residents and medical students, medical-legal aspects of allowing learners to care for patients, graduate medical education funding in ambulatory settings, working with medical students and residents with problems, and dealing with teacher-pupil conflict. An expanded bibliography about the economic costs to the practicing physician who teaches in the office would be helpful.
Rick Kellerman
This is a guide to developing practical education programs for medical students and residents in primary care physician community-based practices. As medical care shifts from an inpatient to an outpatient focus, successful innovation in medical student and resident education in community-based settings is necessary. Community-based teaching explains how to plan teaching programs with volunteer faculty in office and community settings. The book will be most useful to course directors who have been newly charged with developing community-based educational programs. For those already administering successful programs, it is a good review and will stimulate new ideas. Community-based volunteer faculty with interests in the process of medical education will also enjoy the book. The book explores how to recruit, train, and maintain a quality cadre of volunteer faculty; the development, evaluation, and enhancement of curriculum and teaching methodologies in a community-based setting; financial implications to the medical school and the practitioner; and expectations and needs of the student, resident, and volunteer faculty. Four model programs that have successfully integrated community-based training into their academic teaching programs are explained. Useful tools are an appendix of 25 "Frequently Asked Questions" pertinent to community-based teaching and a first-person "One Day's Experience" written by a volunteer faculty member. This is a useful, easily read, concise book on this increasingly important topic in medical education. It is limited in its discussion of emerging concerns for community-based teachers, such as the impact of managed care on volunteer teachers, new Medicarephysician documentation requirements for billing when patients are seen by residents and medical students, medical-legal aspects of allowing learners to care for patients, graduate medical education funding in ambulatory settings, working with medical students and residents with problems, and dealing with teacher-pupil conflict. An expanded bibliography about the economic costs to the practicing physician who teaches in the office would be helpful.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780943126593
  • Publisher: American College of Physicians
  • Publication date: 1/1/1997
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 284
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction: An Historical Overview
1 Teaching in the Office 1
2 The Preceptor 21
3 The Learner 45
4 Curriculum Development 67
5 Evaluation and Program Enhancement 89
6 Financial Issues 117
7 Planning a Teaching Program 135
8 Four Models of Community-Based Education 167
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine 169
Maine Practice Network 179
State University of New York at Buffalo: Community Academic Practices Initiative 186
University of Washington WAMI Program 196
App. 1: Information Resources 211
App. 2: Program Documentation 221
App. 3: Frequently Asked Questions 247
Bibliography 259
Index 269
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