Teaching and Learning in Clinical Settings

Hays, Richard (2007) Teaching and Learning in Clinical Settings. Eruditions Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

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Clinical teachers are usually clinicians first and teachers second. A common assumption is that experienced clinicians will be good teachers. However, this is often not true. Good clinicians are not necessarily good teachers, although, with some theoretical knowledge and guided experience, they have the potential to become great teachers. This book is designed to help competent clinicians (whether hospital-based clinicians or those in other medical disciplines) to become competent teachers. It is a companion volume to Richard Hays' very successful book, Practice-Based Teaching, a Guide for General Practitioners, 2nd Edition.

Item ID: 26195
Item Type: Book (Research - A1)
ISBN: 978-1-86491-017-9
Date Deposited: 10 Aug 2017 05:11
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