Teaching In The Hospital

Author: Jeff Wiese
Editor: ACP Press
ISBN: 1934465445
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The complexity of hospitalized patients and the day-to-day issues that arise on inpatient services make teaching in the hospital as challenging as it is unique. Hospital-based medical educators (hospitalists and attending physicians) must be adaptable and teach a wide range of topics, all while administering effective patient care. Written by experts in the field, Teaching in the Hospital offers a unique perspective on the goals of inpatient teaching and practical advice for hospitalists and attendings who teach on the wards. This book provides hospital-based educators with tools and techniques for: Establishing and communicating expectations and responsibilities Conducting rounds to ensure education complements patient care Enhancing learning by using illustrations, analogies, mnemonics, and other "tricks of the trade" Coaching learners in the science of clinical reasoning, communication, time management, and interpersonal relations This unique book includes clinical problem-based "teaching scripts" illustrating the dialogues that can take place around 15 of the most frequently encountered inpatient clinical problems. A part of ACP's Teaching Medicine Series, this title is available individually or as a part of the complete six-book set.

St Mary S

Author: E.A. Heaman
Editor: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773525130
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Focusing on St. Mary's hospital, London's great teaching hospital and traditionally the pre-eminent site for medical education in England, E.A. Heaman traces the emergence of the modern scientific teaching hospital and the intellectual, social, and political forces shaping it. Examining the social problems connected with health and the political debates around these problems at both the local parish level and on the national stage, Heaman explains how and why hospitals like St Mary's - originally charitable institutions for the poor - began to admit middle-class patients and eventually came under a national health insurance scheme.

The Teaching Hospital

Author: John H. Knowles
Editor: Cambridge : Harvard University Press
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Becoming A New Teaching Hospital

Author: Association of American Medical Colleges
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ISBN: 9781577541080
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This guide is designed to assist hospitals that are thinking of becoming new teaching hospitals and medical schools seeking to develop education partnerships with non-teaching hospitals to understand the basic principles of the Medicare payments available to support the added costs associated with being a teaching hospital.--Publisher's note.

Competitive Business Strategy For Teaching Hospitals

Author: James R. Langabeer
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781567203493
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Heightened competition and changing dynamics have brought turbulence to teaching hospitals, and the main impact has been financial. Langabeer and Napiewocki give healthcare executives the tools and concepts of strategic management they need and ways to strengthen analytic skills, all based on up-to-date empirical research, cast in language they can grasp and relate to, and specially tailored to help teaching hospital administrators cope successfully with today's marketplace challenges. Board members, trustees, and others with decision- and policy-making responsibilities will also find the book essential, as well as their teaching colleagues and students on their way up in the hospital industry.

Teaching Hospital Costs

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The Financial Status Of Teaching Hospitals The Underrepresentation Of Minorities In Medicine

Author: Council on Graduate Medical Education (U.S.)
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The Rise Of A University Teaching Hospital

Author: Samuel Levey
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Medical Teaching In Ambulatory Care

Author: Warren Rubenstein
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442613424
File Size: 61,69 MB
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A practical, hands-on resource for physicians in all specialties, Medical Teaching in Ambulatory Care is a guide on training medical students and residents in settings such as private practices and hospital clinics. Concise, engaging, and easy to follow, it is an ideal handbook for the busy practitioner looking to upgrade his or her teaching abilities. The authors cover basic education theory, individual teaching skills, strategies for evaluating trainees, and tips on working with challenging learners. Readers can follow along with the storyline of a fictional Dr. Smith, through whom the book provides practical examples that complement each theory, skill, and strategy presented. This new edition has been updated with key medical education theories that are now core to current approaches, expanded details on one-to-one teaching, and information on structured formats to use when reviewing patient encounters with learners. The authors also examine the impact of digital technology on medical education in office-based settings and provide tips on working with the new generation of learners who enjoy – and expect – instant access to information of all kinds.

Aamc Teaching Hospitals And Health Systems

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Guide To Medical Education In The Teaching Hospital

Author: Jeffrey L. Levine
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ISBN: 9780615319131
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This fourth edition of the Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital provides an overview of topics across the medical education continuum that impact hospital medical education. Sixty-two authors contributed 35 chapters to the Guide which is both a primer for the day-to-day challenges of delivering quality medical education and meeting accreditation standards, and an overview of the current status and the future of medical education in the teaching hospitals. Authors include thought leaders from the ACGME, ACCME, and the AAMC, along with many others in the field.

A Balanced Teaching Hospital

Author: Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust
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Teaching Hospitals And Medicare Disproportionate Share Hospital Payments

Author: United States
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Teaching Hospital And Other Issues Related To Graduate Medical Education

Author: Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Committee on Ways and Means
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This document reports testimony presented on Medicare financing of graduate medical education, as proposed by the Balanced Budget Act of 1995. Witnesses included: (1) Timothy M. Golddfarb, Director, Healthcare Systems (Oregon), who noted the importance of graduate medical education funding to teaching hospitals; (2) Leo P. Brideau of Strong Memorial Hospital (Rochester, New York) who was concerned with protecting the program's viability; (3) Larry Wickless of the American Osteopathic Association, who hoped for increased support for graduate osteopathic programs; (4) Spencer Foreman, who spoke on behalf of the Greater New York Hospital Association concerning the importance of international medical graduates to institutions serving poor populations; (5) William E. Jacott, who spoke for the American Medical Association, which supports changes in the graduate medical education program; (6) Patrick B. Harr, who spoke for the American Academy of Family Physicians, about the physician surplus; (7) Leslie S. Cutler, University of Connecticut Health Center, who suggested establishment of medical education consortiums; (8) Anthony M. Marlon and Jerry Reeves of Sierra Health Services (Las Vegas, Nevada), who described a private-public pilot program to fund education of medical residents; (9) Mary O. Mundlnger, Columbia School of Nursing (New York), who sought funds for graduate nursing education; and (10) Lynn E. Caton, representing the American Academy of Physician Assistants, who sought to make physician assistant programs eligible for such funding. In addition to the testimony, discussions between witnesses and the committee members are also transcribed. (CH)

Fiscal Year 1990 Budget Issues Relating To Graduate Medical Education And Its Support Under The Medicare Program

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Health
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Medicare Flawed Data Add Millions To Teaching Hospital Payments

Author: United States. General Accounting Office
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Gt Medical Education In The Te

Author: Katherine G. Stephens
Editor: Association for Hospital Medical Education
ISBN: 9780692672549
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This fifth edition of the Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital provides an overview of topics across the medical education continuum that impact hospital medical education. With 43 chapters, the Guide is both a primer for the day-to-day challenges of delivering quality medical education and meeting accreditation standards, and an overview of the current status and the future of medical education in the teaching hospitals. Authors include thought leaders from the ACGME, ACCME, and the AAMC, along with many other contributors from key medical education organizations and professionals in the field.

From Charity To Teaching Hospital

Author: Howard Ernest Williams
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Teaching Medical Students In Primary And Secondary Care

Author: Sarah Hartley
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198510727
File Size: 18,27 MB
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This is an up-to-date book for the busy medical teacher, suitable for all grades of teacher experience and all clinical specialties. The chapters cover aspects of teaching from preparation, basic teaching skills, to the use of teaching resources, evaluation, assessment and curriculum planning. Each fully referenced chapter provides practical suggestions for busy clinicians, and easy to photocopy resources to enable teachers to put ideas into practice. The book supports the practical advice with the key evidence and theories underlying current medical education, allowing it to be used for both last minute planning as well as acting as a carefully constructed introduction to teaching medical undergraduates in the hospital or the community.Readership: Teachers in primary and secondary care, novice medical teachers, professionals in allied health who teach medical students