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The articles and links in this section provide information on clinical teaching, including principles of clinical teaching and guidelines for evaluating clinical performance and competence. Links also cover the concepts, methods and issues underlying assessment in medical, dental, nursing and allied health education.
This paper describes some features of clinical teaching as a form of interpersonal communication between two people, a teacher and a learner, and then offers an example of the specific application to a common format of medical teaching: bedside teaching.
Well-organized site containing links to many resources on clinical teaching and learning, including general concepts, tips and tutorials, evidence-based clinical teaching, and clinical education associations and societies.
Access dozens of links on clinical evaluation organized into five major categories: Overviews of Clinical Evaluation; Evaluating Clinical Performance and Competence; Representative Clinical Assessment Tools and Methods; Structured Medline Searches on Clinical Competency Evaluation; and Structured Medline Searches on the Objective Structure Clinical Exam (OSCE).
A community-based faculty development Web site provided by the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Department of Internal Medicine. This site is funded by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, designed to help faculty be more effective teachers.