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The Changing Role of Medical Students

The Changing Role of Medical Students

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Opis

The changing role of the student - from consumer and client to partner in the learning process - is arguably the most important development in medical education in the past two decades. The Changing Role of Medical Students takes a comprehensive look at what this means for educators, researchers, administrators, and all stakeholders across health care education. Written by Ronald M. Harden, author of Essential Skills of the Medical Teacher and Eight Roles of the Medical Teacher, and his daughter Jeni Harden, a social scientist with extensive experience teaching both medical and social science students - this book aims to inform and inspire. From the philosophical to the pragmatic, students will better understand the multifaceted roles they can and should embrace in their own education, teachers and trainers will learn how to actively engage students in this process, and administrators will gain insights for how to review and evolve the role of students in their organisations for maximum effectiveness.

Szczegóły produktu
Elsevier
94050
9780323870221
9780323870221

Opis

Rok wydania
2023
Numer wydania
1
Oprawa
miękka foliowana
Liczba stron
184
Wymiary (mm)
152 x 229
Waga (g)
260
      1. Student participation in the education programme

  • The seven roles of medical students

A students perspective

The student as a professional

The student as a facilitator of their own learning

The role of the student as an information processor

The student as a curriculum collaborator

The student as an assessor

The student as a teacher

The student as a scholar

Student participation in practice: some final thoughts
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