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A Typical Medical Student Teaching Encounter

Last updated on Monday, August 16 2010 by jdmiles

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In the outpatient clinic setting, medical student teaching often follows the following chain of events:

  • See a patient with a medical student
  • Discuss the patient
  • Prompt student for questions
  • If no questions, ask questions of him/her
  • Identify topics where knowledge base needs work
  • Discuss and expound on those topics

 

It is not unusual for physicians to include multimedia in these discussions.

Some ways doctors may do this:
  • Look at this MRI / CT / X-Ray / EEG / Etc.
  • Find a relevant article on the web…
  • Look up this medication on your PDA…

This A fairly common, and arguably effective approach.
A solid library of good web-based teaching materials can augment face-to-face teaching.

Which brings us to FrontalCortex.

 


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