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Delineating simulation-based learning, problem-based learning, and standardized patient instructional approaches
Many studies compare simulation to other instructional approaches. However, each approach emphasizes different aspects of learning and can be applied to different objectives. Medical teachers should avoid making facile comparisons and research should move beyond comparative studies.
Learner safety in simulation based training
Despite the benefits of simulation training, some individuals may react adversely. There are no formal guidelines for trainers in managing vulnerable learners. This study develops a model that describes process that may address the needs of individual learners.
The Teaching Interaction Between Internal Medicine Residents and Fellows on the Wards: A Resident Perspective
This study suggests that clinical fellows in Internal Medicine (IM) are a valuable but underutilized resource in the education of IM residents and identifies several barriers to effective resident-fellow teaching interactions.
Pediatricians in Training: A global child health elective curriculum
This paper looks at the author’s development of a Global Child Health Elective.
Podcasting in Medical Education: A Literature Review
The purpose of this article is to assess podcasting as a new technology and also highlight the extent to which it is integrated in professional education.