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Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine

EPIC Website

The EPIC website is a faculty development site in clinical teaching for community practitioners who serve as preceptors to health professions students.

There are 10 learning modules in the EPIC site.

  • Setting the Stage
  • Effective Teaching in the Community Practice
  • Evaluating Performance and Giving Feedback
  • Teamwork in Health Care
  • Information Technology
  • Evidence-Based Care
  • Clinician-Patient Relationships
  • Changing Environment: Managing Care
  • Health Promotion/Disease Prevention
  • Working with the Community

For this module you will be accessing the "Evidence Based Care" module.

This module is made available to The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita preceptors by special permission of Carol Tresolini, project coordinator of the . . .FIPSE project group, Office of Educational Development, University of North Carolina School of Medicine. The Expert Preceptor Interactive Curriculum. [Electronic] URL: http://www.med.unc.edu/epic/ (1998, October).

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Community-Based Teaching Benefits - Strategies for Teaching in a Busy Practice
The Precepting Microskills - Observation and Feedback - Bedside Teaching
What is Evidence-Based Medicine? - Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine
The Ten-Minute Talk - Strategies Home Page

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