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Handbook of Conferences on Teaching Skills for Residents

Janine C. Edwards

Handbook of Conferences on Teaching Skills for Residents

by Janine C. Edwards

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education / Higher

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12133942M
    ISBN 101563210185
    ISBN 109781563210181

    responsibilities. The residents on specific services should attend other teaching conferences: e.g., the weekly perinatal conference, FHR tracing conference, the weekly oncology conference, the general gynecology conference, and the endocrine conferences, etc. Each fourth year resident is also expected to present a grand rounds topic as Size: 1MB. The curriculum includes regular teaching conferences during fundamental clinical skills (FCS) months, multiple weekly interdepartmental subspecialty conferences, a monthly Transitional Year Core Conference, and a core curriculum of general internal medicine .

      This is by far the best study skills book there is. After reading this book for a second time, I will stick to my initial assessment about it being the best study book available. This book contains everything a student would need to succeed at School, Collage or University. A must have for any Student who would like to improve their study skills/5. This handbook is designed to ensure that your family has a rewarding experience with the program. In the handbook we have tried to anticipate many of your questions about the program. The purpose of this handbook is to outline the program’s policies and procedures. We strive to work closely with parents in a partnership that will facilitate the.

    implications with a series of seminars, conferences and publications. A rich variety of studies and conference papers arising from this work are available on “A platform of resources and references for plurilingual and intercultural education”. 2 However, it was thought that a handbook that could stand as a publication in its own. Please join us for these upcoming workshops, seminars and conferences. Residents, Faculty, Students, and Staff are welcome to participate for FREE. teaching skills & strategies, inquiry and evidence in education, curriculum design, examining your assumptions, leadership development, and innovations in education.


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