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Bedside Teaching

Learning Objectives

  • Analyze your current perceptions on the use of bedside teaching as an instructional tool for residents and students.
  • Recognize and list the benefits of bedside teaching for learners.
  • Recognize and list the benefits of bedside teaching for patients.
  • Describe strategies to effectively deal with the following hurdles to the implementation of bedside teaching:
  • time constraints
  • group accommodation
  • selectivity
  • demonstration
  • observation
  • case presentation
  • learning climate for both teacher and learners
  • hospital and patient barriers
  • Plan to incorporate bedside teaching into your instructional methods during the upcoming months.

 

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