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Handbook of Clinical Teaching


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Table of Contents

Introduction.- How to become a learner-centered teacher.- How to optimize teaching by using observation and feedback.- How to use learning preferences to optimize teaching effectiveness.- How to effectively teach millennials: understanding intergenerational factors.- How to use reflective and deliberate practice to maximize learning.- How to use teaching scripts to make teaching more effective and efficient.- How to give a great PowerPoint presentation.- How to give a great "chalk talk".- How to teach at the bedside.- How to teach beginning students in the clinical setting.- How to teach medical students in an ambulatory clinic.- How to teach in free clinics: brief encounters with learners and patients in vulnerable communities.- How to teach students on an inpatient clerkship.- How to use Entrustable Professional Activities to evaluate and teach physician trainees.- How to teach in the emergency department.- How to teach in the operating room.- How to teach procedures.- How to teach quality improvement and patient safety.- How to teach fundamental communication skills.- How to teach clinical reasoning.- How to teach communication skills for palliative care conversations.- How to teach error disclosure to students and residents.- How to remediate learners on a short clinical rotation: getting the learner back on track.- How to give difficult feedback.- How to teach physical examination.- How to teach interprofessional learners.

About the Author

Somnath Mookherjee, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Washington School of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Division of General Internal Medicine

Seattle, WA, USA

Ellen M. Cosgrove, MD, FACP

Vice Dean, Academic Affairs & Education

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, School of Medicine

Las Vegas, NV, USA


“This is a significant step forward in the science of academic teaching and evaluation of professional and clinical thinking and problem solving. The chapters are well written and easy to understand, with intuitive examples, mnemonics, and images to emphasize teaching points. The references are well researched and highly relevant. This is an extremely high-value addition to every clinical educator's library.” (Vincent F. Carr, Doody's Book Reviews, February, 2017)“­This is an easy to read and well-structured handbook which makes good use of tables and diagrams. … It does what it says in the introduction looking at the basics of clinical teaching, common teaching contexts and then various teaching scenarios. … I would recommend this to all health-care professionals who teach medical students and trainees.” (Helen Goodyear, British Journal of Hospital Medicine, Vol. 77 (12), December, 2016)

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