Description - Precepting Medical Students in the Office by Paul M. Paulman
As medical education curricula continue to evolve, many medical schools are implementing programmes that allow students to spend a portion of their time observing primary care physicians in their offices. More than 20,000 physicians in the US are precepting medical students in this way, and the number will grow as more and more educational programmes attempt to move medical student experiences into the community. In this volume, the editors bring together experts in the field of family medicine to provide a how-to guide to educating medical students in the patient-care setting. The contributors cover topics that range from defining the scope of preceptorship to managing the costs, working with medical schools and local hospitals, teaching styles, problem learners, providing feedback and integrating the student into the practice.
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Johns Hopkins University Press
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Author Biography - Paul M. Paulman
Paul M. Paulman, M.D., is a professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Jeffrey L. Susman, M.D., is director of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Cheryl A. Abboud, M.P.A., is an administrator in the Department of Pathology and Microbiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.