Item description for Teaching in Your Office: A Guide to Instructing Medical Students and Residents by Patrick C. Alguire...
Office-based teaching should be a beneficial and rewarding experience for both teacher and student. However, ambulatory medical education takes place in a fast-paced, often chaotic environment in which there is little time for instruction, observation, and feedback. Consequently, preceptors mistakenly consider the opportunity for their own self-improvement to be limited. Teaching in Your Office is a comprehensive resource for physicians interested in improving their techniques in office-based teaching while maintaining the efficiency of their practice. It covers teaching skills in a format succinct and focused enough to allow busy clinicians to identify chapters that address their specific needs. Additionally, each major topic is summarized in an Appendix that includes additional tips, tools, and resources for preceptors.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher American College of Physicians
ISBN 1930513070 ISBN13 9781930513075
Reviews - What do customers think about Teaching in Your Office: A Guide to Instructing Medical Students and Residents?
Well received Jun 28, 2006
The faculty here love this book. So much so that we actually give it away to other faculty members every few months.
A GREAT tool for community-based preceptors! Mar 9, 2001
Teaching in Your Office is a WONDERFUL, must-have resource for all community-based preceptors. It's content is rich, yet focused and easy to read and use. Appendix A is especially helpful for busy practioners with its quick tips and useful checklists.
The General Internal Medicine Statewide Preceptorship Program (a statewide mentorship program for medical students in Texas) is providing all 350 of its preceptors with a free copy of this book. We are confident that this book will provide our preceptors with tips on becoming even more effective preceptors to our medical students.
If you are a preceptor or an institution that coordinates mentorship programs for medical students, this is a must-have book for you!