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"Principles of Medical Education

Enrique Graue-Wiechers
Nowadays surgery cannot be conceived as independent from medicine; consequently, surgical education cannot be far from the main principles of medical education. This review underlines the characteristics of medical training in the field of surgery. General physicians should be trained to perform surgical procedures under particular situations. A new lesson plan was implemented at the Facultad de Medicina in Mexico City (UNAM), comprised of eight fundamental surgical skills. A well-structured surgical program implies clear and exact definitions of the skills to be acquired during training as well as an appropriate follow-up, knowledge reinforcement, continuing educational skills, application of medical tests for patient care and evaluation of the learning process...
January 2011: Cirugia y Cirujanos
Holly J Humphrey
What are the resources necessary to provide the highest quality education for medical students? This is the essential question which must be answered before a medical school can make a rational decision about the number of students to have in each class. In deciphering an objective way to determine the class size of a medical school, this paper explores the principles of medical education, accrediting organizations institutional expectations in providing a medical education program, and the author's personal experiences...
2010: Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association
Jerry M Maniate, Ahmer Karimuddin
With so much invested in the clinical competency of physicians, adequate and appropriate mechanisms are needed to ensure that educational systems provide the highest-quality training possible and are responsive both to the changing demands of the patient population and to changing technologies and research. After a literature review, the authors concluded that there are no established criteria or principles, from a learners' perspective, that set out goals for the delivery and evaluation in Canada of quality postgraduate medical education...
November 2009: Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Rabie E Abdel-Halim
This study of the Arabic 4-volume book of Al-Mukhtar Fi Al-Tibb (Choice Book on Medicine) written by the Muslim physician Muhadhdhab Al-Deen Al-Baghdadi (515-610 H, 1117-1213 AD) aimed at evaluating his contributions to the progress of medicine and urology along with providing English translations of relevant excerpts. Al-Baghdadi laid emphasis on the morals of medical practice and the principles of medical education describing how to select medical students and how to evaluate graduates. He stressed on the need for a long training program directly supervised by skilled expert doctors both in hospitals (Al-Bimaristanat) and during home visits...
November 2006: Saudi Medical Journal
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April 27, 1957: Die Medizinische
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August 1953: Anales Españoles de Odontoestomatología
J Lehtonen
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1970: Duodecim; Lääketieteellinen Aikakauskirja
G L Engel
The central principle of medical education advocated by Flexner was mastery of the scientific method and its application to all dimensions of medicine, whether the bench laboratory, the bedside, or the social arena. Not Flexner but the biomedical model has been responsible for curricular designs that have under stressed the application of the scientific method to clinical data and the more person-oriented, psychosocial dimensions of illness and patient care. Flexnerian standards of medical education have yet to be achieved...
May 1978: Journal of Medical Education
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