New Directions for Medical Education: Problem-based Learning and Community-oriented Medical Education

New Directions for Medical Education: Problem-based Learning and Community-oriented Medical Education

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781461281146
Publisher: Springer New York
Publication date: 09/26/2011
Series: Frontiers of Primary Care
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

I The Need: New Ways to Train Doctors.- 1 Towards the Education of Doctors Who Care for the Needs of the People: Innovative Approaches in Medical Education.- 2 Needed: A New Way to Train Doctors.- 3 A Medical School for the Future.- II Community-oriented Medical Education Today.- 4 Important Issues in Community-oriented Medical Education.- 5 Implementation of a Community-oriented Curriculum: The Task and the Problems.- 6 Medical Education in Action: Community-based Experience and Service in Nigeria.- 7 Community-based Medical Education in Nigeria: The Case of Bayero University.- III Problem-based Learning: Rationale and Examples.- 8 The Rationale Behind Problem-based Learning.- 9 Problem-based Medical Education: The Newcastle Approach.- 10 Toward an Emphasis on Problem Solving in Teaching and Learning: The McMaster Experience.- IV Evaluation in Innovative Medical Education.- 11 Evaluation of Health Sciences Education Programs: Program and Student Assessment at McMaster University.- 12 The Evaluation System at the Maastricht Medical School.- 13 Issues and Guidelines for Student and Program Evaluation.- 14 Teaching and Measuring Interviewing Skills in the Maastricht Medical Curriculum.- 15 How Effective Are Problem-based, Community-oriented Curricula: Experienced Evidence.- 16 Dutch Comparisons: Cognitive and Motivational Effects of Problem-based Learning on Medical Students.- V Faculty Development.- 17 Attitude Change Among Medical Teachers: Effects of a Workshop on Tutorials.- 18 Training Medical Teachers: Rationale and Outcomes.- 19 Preparing Faculty and Students for Problem-based Learning.- 20 Introducing Problem-based Learning into a Conventional Curriculum.- Conclusions.- Appendix A The Network Jacobus M. Greep and Henk G. Schmidt.- Appendix B List of Members of the Network of Community-oriented Educational Institutions for Health Sciences.

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