How to Teach Continuing Medical Education. How To

  • ID: 2223940
  • Book
  • 142 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Continuing medical education the education and training of postgraduate doctors is an increasingly important topic. Recent changes in postgraduate training programmes have reemphasised the need for teaching and learning to be focused and structured. Continuing medical education encompasses:

Knowledge of the some theories of adult learning
Teaching Design and Presentation
Lectures
Workshops and discussion groups
Role play and simulated scenarios
Skills teaching
Clinical teaching
E–learning

How to Teach Continuing Medical Education is based around each of these modalities. This book will introduce the reader to the background of educational theories followed by chapters with practical tips to put into practice.

This practical and easily accessible book in the popular BMJ How To series is the ideal introduction for clinical teachers, medical educators, and those tasked with organising training programmes.
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About the authors.

Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

1 Introduction to some theories of adult learning.

2 Teaching design and presentation.

3 The lecture.

4 Workshops and discussion groups.

5 Teaching skills.

6 Role play and simulated scenarios.

7 Clinical teaching.

8 E–learning.

9 Annotated bibliography.

Index.

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Dr Mike Davis

Consultant in Continuing Medical Education

Co–editor of "Pocket Guide to Teaching for Medical Instructors" (2nd edition)

Lead educator for the Advanced Life Support Group

Dr Kirsty Forrest

FRCA, Consultant in Anaesthesia, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Yorkshire, UK

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