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Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher

Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher

An Introduction to Teaching and Learning in Medicine

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Perfect for new teachers in undergraduate, postgraduate, or continuing education, as well as more experienced educators who want to assess, improve, and gain new perspectives on teaching and learning, Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher is a useful, easy-to-read professional resource. This book offers a concise introduction to the field of medical education, with key coverage of educational models and theory that can help inform teaching practice. Clear illustrations and practical tips throughout make it an excellent starting point for those new to the field of medical education or who want to facilitate more effective learning for their students or trainees.

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    • Section 1 - Challenges you face as a teacher (Teaching responsibilities)

    • What is expected of you as a teacher at a time of change

    Section 2 - Specifying what students should learn (Outcome-based education)

  • What is outcome or competency based education

Specifying the learning outcomes and competencies

Describing and communicating the learning outcomes and competencies

Twelve steps in establishing an outcome or competency based approach

Entrustable Professional Activities

Section 3 - Planning the curriculum (The Curriculum)

The authentic curriculum

Ten questions to ask when planning a curriculum

Sequencing curriculum content and the spiral curriculum

A student-centred approach and student engagement

Building learning around clinical problems and presentations

Using an integrated approach

Interprofessional education (IPE)

Clinical teaching in the curriculum

Information overload, the core curriculum and electives

The importance of the education environment

Mapping the curriculum

Section 4 - Helping the student to learn (The teachers toolkit)

Selecting the teaching method

Using sound educational principles

Demonstrating passion for teaching

Teaching large groups

Learning in small groups

Facilitating Independent learning

Undertaking clinical teaching

Making use of simulation

Technology-enhanced learning

Using peer and collaborative learning

Section 5 - Checking that the student has learned (Assessment)

Your institutions assessment PROFILE

Six questions to ask about assessment

Written assessment

Clinical and performance-based assessment

Portfolio assessment


Assessment for admission to medicine and postgraduate training

Section 6 - Planning for the future

Evaluating the curriculum

Knowing what works and doesnt work

Bringing about change

The future of medical education
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