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By Stephen Miller Director EM Simulation Dalhousie University and Div. of Medical Education. Director Skilled Clinician Program Undergraduate Medical Education. MD, FCFP(EM) MEd
William G Carlos, Patricia A Kritek, Alison S Clay, Andrew M Luks, Carey C Thomson
Academic physicians encounter many demands on their time including patient care, quality and performance requirements, research, and education. In an era when patient volume is prioritized and competition for research funding is intense, there is a risk that medical education will become marginalized. Bedside teaching, a responsibility of academic physicians regardless of professional track, is challenged in particular out of concern that it generates inefficiency, and distractions from direct patient care, and can distort physician-patient relationships...
April 2016: Annals of the American Thoracic Society
Gary M Green, Esther H Chen
Physicians are called upon to teach students, residents, patients and their families in the clinical environment every day as part of clinical care. A fast-paced emergency department offers a unique set of challenges that require the physician to be an effective communicator. We present a top 10 list of ideas selected from the literature for the busy clinician to use on that next shift to improve bedside teaching.
January 2015: Emergency Medicine Journal: EMJ
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