Understanding Medical Education

Evidence,Theory and Practice
 
 
Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 31. Oktober 2013
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  • 520 Seiten
 
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In this new and extensively updated second edition, theAssociation for the Study of Medical Education presents a completeand authoritative guide to medical education. Written by leadingexperts in the field, Understanding Medical Educationprovides a comprehensive resource of the theoretical and academicbases to modern medical education practice.
This authoritative and accessible reference is designed to meetthe needs of all those working in medical education fromundergraduate education through postgraduate training to continuingprofessional development. As well as providing practicalguidance for clinicians, teachers and researchers, UnderstandingMedical Education will prove an invaluable resource to thosestudying at certificate, diploma or masters level and a first'port-of-call' for anyone engaged in medical educationas an academic discipline.
Exploring medical education in all its diversity and containingall you need in one place, Understanding Medical Educationis the ideal reference not only for medical educators, but foranyone involved in the development of healthcare professionals, inwhatever discipline wherever they are in the world.
2. Auflage
  • Englisch
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978-1-118-47238-5 (9781118472385)
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Professor Tim Swanwick is Dean of Postgraduate MedicalEducation for Health Education North Central and East London, andVisiting Professor of Medical Education at the University ofBedfordshire
Contributors, vii
Foreword, xi
Preface, xiii
Part 1: Foundations, 1
1 Understanding medical education, 3
Tim Swanwick
2 Teaching and learning in medical education: How theory caninform practice, 7
David M Kaufman and Karen V Mann
3 Principles of curriculum design, 31
Janet Grant
4 Quality in medical education, 47
Alan Bleakley, Julie Browne and Kate Ellis
Part 2: Educational Strategies, 61
5 Problem-based learning, 63
Mark A Albanese and Laura C Dast
6 Interprofessional education, 81
Della Freeth
7 Work-based learning, 97
Clare Morris and David Blaney
8 Supervision, mentoring and coaching, 111
John Launer
9 Teaching and leading small groups, 123
Peter McCrorie
10 Lectures and large groups, 137
Andrew Long and Bridget Lock
11 Technology-enhanced learning, 149
Alison Bullock and Peter GM de Jong
12 e-Learning, 161
Scott Rice and Jean McKendree
13 Simulation in medical education, 175
Jean Ker and Paul Bradley
14 Portfolios in personal and professional development,193
Erik Driessen and Jan van Tartwijk
15 Self-regulated learning in medical education, 201
Casey B White, Larry D Gruppen and Joseph C Fantone
16 Learning medicine from the humanities, 213
J Jill Gordon and H Martyn Evans
17 Patient involvement in medical education, 227
John Spencer and Judy McKimm
Part 3: Assessment, 241
18 How to design a useful test: The principles of assessment,243
Lambert WT Schuwirth and Cees PM van der Vleuten
19 Written assessment, 255
Brian Jolly
20 Workplace assessment, 279
John J Norcini
21 Structured assessments of clinical competence, 293
Katharine AM Boursicot, Trudie E Roberts and William PBurdick
22 Standard setting methods in medical education, 305
André F De Champlain
23 Formative assessment, 317
Diana F Wood
Part 4: Research and Evaluation, 329
24 Thinking about research: Theoretical perspectives, ethics andscholarship, 331
Jan Illing
25 Quantitative research methods in medical education, 349
Geoff Norman and Kevin W Eva
26 Qualitative research in medical education: Methodologies andmethods, 371
Stella Ng, Lorelei Lingard and Tara J Kennedy
27 Programme evaluation: Improving practice, influencing policyand decision-making, 385
Chris Lovato and David Wall
Part 5: Staff and Students, 401
28 Selection into medical education and training, 403
Fiona Patterson, Eamonn Ferguson and Alec L Knight
29 Career progression and support, 421
Caroline Elton and Nicole J Borges
30 Managing remediation, 433
Deborah Cohen, Melody Rhydderch and Ian Cooper
31 Dealing with diversity, 445
Antony Americano and Dinesh Bhugra
32 Developing medical educators: A journey, not a destination,455
Yvonne Steinert
33 Educational leadership, 473
Judy McKimm and Tim Swanwick
Index, 493

Contributors

Mark A Albanese

Professor Emeritus

Population Health and Educational Psychology

University of Wisconsin

Madison, WI, USA

 

Antony Americano

Chapter written whilst Director of Corporate Services,

London Deanery, University of London

Current: Employer Liaison Advisor, General Medical Council

London, UK

 

Dinesh Bhugra

Professor of Mental Health and Cultural Diversity

Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London;

Honorary Consultant at the Maudsley Hospital

London, UK

 

David Blaney

Senior Educationalist

Medical Protection Society

London, UK;

Honorary Professor Health Sciences

University of York

York, UK

 

Alan Bleakley

Professor of Medical Education

Peninsula Medical School

Plymouth, UK

 

Nicole J Borges

Assistant Dean, Medical Education Research and Evaluation

Office of Academic Affairs;

Professor, Department of Community Health

Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine

Dayton, OH, USA

 

Katharine AM Boursicot

Reader in Medical Education and Head of Assessment

St George's, University of London

London, UK

 

Paul Bradley

Professor of Clinical Skills and Simulation

Institute of Medical Education

University of Swansea

Swansea, UK

 

Julie Browne

External Relations Manager

Wales Deanery

Cardiff University

Cardiff, UK

 

Alison Bullock

Professor of Medical and Dental Education

Cardiff University School of Social Sciences

Cardiff, UK

 

William P Burdick

Associate Vice President for Education

Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER);

Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine

Drexel University College of Medicine

Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

Deborah Cohen OBE

Senior Medical Research Fellow

Individual Support Programme

Centre for Psychosocial and Disability Research

Institute of Primary Care and Public Health

School of Medicine

Cardiff University

Cardiff, UK

 

Ian Cooper

Language and Communications Specialist

Individual Support Programme

Institute of Primary Care and Public Health

School of Medicine

Cardiff University

Cardiff, UK

 

Laura C Dast

Curriculum Development Manager

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Madison, WI, USA

 

André F De Champlain

Acting Director

Research and Development

Medical Council of Canada

Ottawa, Canada

 

Erik Driessen

Associate Professor of Medical Education

Maastricht University

Maastricht, The Netherlands

 

Kate Ellis

Academic Standards and Policy Officer

Plymouth University

Plymouth, UK

 

Caroline Elton

Head of Careers Support and Planning

Professional Support Unit

Shared Services – Working on behalf of Health Education North Central and East London

Health Education North West London and Health Education South London

London, UK

 

Kevin W Eva

Senior Scientist

Centre for Health Education Scholarship;

Professor

Director of Education Research & Scholarship

Department of Medicine

University of British Columbia

Vancouver, Canada

 

H Martyn Evans

Professor of Humanities in Medicine

School of Medicine and Health

Durham University

Durham, UK

 

Joseph C Fantone

Senior Associate Dean for Educational Affairs

Professor of Pathology

University of Florida College of Medicine

Gainesville, FL, USA

 

Eamonn Ferguson

Professor of Health Psychology

University of Nottingham

Nottingham, UK

 

Della Freeth

Professor of Professional Education

Centre for Medical Education

Queen Mary University of London

London, UK

 

J Jill Gordon

Associate Professor

University of Sydney

Sydney, Australia

 

Janet Grant

Emerita Professor, The Open University;

Honorary Professor, University College London Medical School;

Director, Centre for Medical Education in Context

London, UK;

Honorary Professor

Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry

Plymouth, UK

 

Larry D Gruppen

Josiah Macy Jr, Professor of Medical Education

Chair, Department of Medical Education

University of Michigan Medical School

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

 

Jan Illing

Professor of Medical Education

Centre for Medical Education Research

Durham University

Durham, UK

 

Brian Jolly

Professor of Medical Education

University of Newcastle

NSW, Australia

 

Peter GM de Jong

Adviser for Educational Technology

Center for Innovation in Medical Education

Leiden University Medical Center

Leiden, The Netherlands

 

David M Kaufman

Professor

Faculty of Education

Simon Fraser University

Burnaby, Canada

 

Tara J Kennedy

Developmental Pediatrician and Clinical Leader

Pediatric Autism Rehabilitation Services

Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

 

Jean Ker

Professor of Medical Education

Director of Clinical Skills Education

College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing

University of Dundee

Dundee, UK

 

Alec L Knight

Consultant Psychologist

Work Psychology Group

Derby, UK

 

John Launer

Associate Dean for Faculty Development

Professional Development

Health Education South London

London, UK

 

Lorelei Lingard

Director and Professor

Centre for Education Research & Innovation

Department of Medicine

Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

Western University, London, ON, Canada

 

Bridget Lock

Associate Director of Medical Education

Kings Foundation NHS Trust

London, UK

 

Andrew Long

Vice President (Education)

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health;

Honorary Senior Lecturer

University College, London

Consultant Paediatrician

Great Ormond Street Hospital

London, UK

 

Chris Lovato

Professor, School of Population & Public Health

Director, Evaluation Studies Unit, Faculty of Medicine

University of British Columbia

Vancouver, Canada

 

Karen V Mann

Professor Emeritus

Division of Medical Education

Faculty of Medicine

Dalhousie University

Halifax, Canada

 

Peter McCrorie

Professor of Medical Education

St George's University of London

London, UK

 

Jean McKendree

Senior Lecturer in Medical Education

Associate Dean for Assessment

Hull York Medical School

York, UK

 

Judy McKimm

Professor and Dean of Medical Education

College of Medicine

Swansea University

Swansea, UK

 

Clare Morris

Head of Department

Clinical Education and Leadership

University of Bedfordshire

Luton, UK

 

Stella Ng

Director of Research

Centre for Faculty Development

Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute

St. Michael's Hospital;

Education Scientist

Centre for Ambulatory Care Education

Women's College Hospital

Faculty of Medicine

University of Toronto

Toronto, ON, Canada

 

John J Norcini

President and CEO

Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER)

Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

Geoff Norman

Professor

Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics

McMaster University

Hamilton, Canada

 

Fiona Patterson

Principal Researcher

University of Cambridge

Cambridge, UK

 

Melody Rhydderch

Senior Occupational Psychologist

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