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Teaching medicine series covers the most important topics in medical education
Date:4/1/2010

PHILADELPHIA, April 1, 2010 -- A resource for medical educators interested improving their teaching skills, learning more about educational tools and resources, and advancing their careers in medical education is now available from the American College of Physicians (ACP).

"The Teaching Medicine series is the first of its kind," said Jack Ende, MD, MACP, series editor, "This series summarizes the important literature of medical education and shares the collective experience and wisdom of expert medical educators who are actively engaged in teaching medicine."

Available as a complete set (http://bit.ly/dlAUvz) or individually, the six-volumes include:

  • Theory and Practice of Teaching Medicine
  • Methods for Teaching Medicine
  • Teaching in Your Office, Second Edition
  • Teaching in the Hospital
  • Mentoring in Academic Medicine
  • Leadership Careers in Medical Education

Written for medical teachers in the office, classroom, and hospital and for program leaders across the range of academic medicine, the Teaching Medicine series covers the full spectrum of responsibilities encompassed in medical education, including:

  • illuminating key theories of learning and methods of teaching
  • describing how teachers can empower learners, coach them, and serve as their mentors
  • offering useful advice for developing curricula and organizing and evaluating programs
  • examining the key elements of professionalism, mentorship, and education leadership
  • sharing insights and memorable teaching moments from dozens of internal medicine educators
  • profiling the career paths of eminent leaders in internal medicine education


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Contact: Steve Majewski
smajewski@acponline.org
215-351-2514
American College of Physicians
Source:Eurekalert

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