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TitleInternational Handbook of Research in Medical Education [electronic resource] / edited by Geoff R. Norman, Cees P. M. van der Vleuten, David I. Newble, Diana H. J. M. Dolmans, Karen V. Mann, Arthur Rothman, Lynn Curry
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2002
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-0462-6
Descript XIII, 1106 p. online resource

SUMMARY

GEOFF NORMAN McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada CEES VAN DER VLEUTEN University of Maastricht, Netherlands DA VID NEWBLE University of Sheffield, England The International Handbook of Research in Medical Education is a review of current research findings and contemporary issues in health sciences education. The orientation is toward research evidence as a basis for informing policy and practice in education. Although most of the research findings have accrued from the study of medical education, the handbook will be useful to teachers and researchers in all health professions and others concerned with professional education. The handbook comprises 33 chapters organized into six sections: Research Traditions, Learning, The Educational Continuum, Instructional Strategies, Assessment, and Implementing the Curriculum. The research orientation of the handbook will make the book an invaluable resource to researchers and scholars, and should help practitioners to identify research to place their educational decisions on a sound empirical footing. THE FIELD OF RESEARCH IN MEDICAL EDUCAnON The discipline of medical education began in North America more than thirty years ago with the founding of the first office in medical education at Buffalo, New York, by George Miller in the early 1960s. Soon after, large offices were established in medical schools in Chicago (University of Illinois), Los Angeles (University of Southern California) and Lansing (Michigan State University). All these first generation offices mounted master's level programs in medical education, and many of their graduates went on to found offices at other schools


CONTENT

1 The Experimental Tradition -- 2 Qualitative Methods -- 3 Psychometric Methods -- 4 Program Evaluation -- 5 The Psychology of Learning -- 6 Clinical Reasoning -- 7 Medical Decision Making -- 8 Individual Differences in Cognitive Style, Learning Style and Instructional Preference in Medical Education -- 9 Critical Thinking and Critical Appraisal -- 10 Student Selection -- 11 Transitions in Basic Medical Science Teaching -- 12 Medical Student Clinical Education -- 13 Postgraduate Education -- 14 Continuing Medical Education -- 15 The Role of the Teacher-Learner Relationship in Medical Education -- 16 Simulations Used to Teach Clinical Skills -- 17 Computers in Medical Education -- 18 Distance Education and the Health Professions -- 19 Problem-Based Learning -- 20 Assessment of Knowledge with Written Test Forms -- 21 Clinical Performance Assessments -- 22 Assessment of Non-Cognitive Factors -- 23 The Use of Computers in Assessment -- 24 Assessment of Clinical Performance: In-Training Evaluation -- 25 Combining Tests and Setting Standards -- 26 Licensure and Certification -- 27 Relicensure, Recertification and Practice-Based Assessment -- 28 Managing the Curriculum and Managing Change -- 29 Faculty Development for Curricular Implementation -- 30 Effective Leadership for Curricular Change -- 31 Professional Caring in the Curriculum -- 32 Disseminating Educational Research and Implementing Change in Medical Educational Environments -- 33 Achieving Large-Scale Change in Medical Education -- List of Authors


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