Description - How to Teach: A Handbook for Clinicians by Shirley Dobson
How can I teach more interactively? What is the best way to use visual aids? Why should I vary my teaching method? How should I prepare for a lecture? When should I use a simulator? Good teaching skills are essential for passing on knowledge so that it will be retained and practised for a lifetime. Thus being able to teach well is vital to patient care. This book is written for the busy clinician to help improve their teaching and pass their skills and learning on to others in the most effective way. The text covers every aspect of teaching, from lesson planning and how to use resources, to evaluating teaching and dealing with difficult situations. A combination of practical advice, step-by-step instructions and sample lesson plans will help and inspire the reader to become the best teacher possible. The text is also written for those who teach others to teach; for those running a course for their department, or running official teacher training courses. The Notes for Trainers section within each chapter gives specific guidance, helpful tips and sample lesson plans to help you run a new course.
The authors share their extensive range of clinical and teaching experience in this highly readable book.
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Oxford University Press
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Author Biography - Shirley Dobson
Shirley Dobson worked as a teacher of foreign languages before leading a PGCE course at Westminster College Oxford. She has trained doctors around the world to improve their teaching skills, together with her husband, Consultant Anaesthetist Dr Michael Dobson, and with the support of the World Federation of the Societies of Anaesthesiologists. She has also been an adviser for to a college for training teachers for early years in Paraguay. She has provided INSET in
schools and colleges on values in education.
Mike Dobson is a senior consultant anaesthetist and honorary senior clinical lecturer in Oxford. He qualified in Edinburgh, and trained in anaesthesia in Oxford. He worked for many years as anaesthetic adviser to WHO, and has been involved in training UK and overseas doctors in anaesthesia and trauma care.
Dr Lesley Bromley is a senior lecturer in anaesthesia and pain management at University College London and the Director of Postgraduate Medical Education at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She has been involved in teaching medical students and postgraduate doctors for 20 years. She has also contributed to a number of 'Teach the Teacher 'initiatives in the UK, Africa, and Eastern Europe.