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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


Welcome to the Strategies in Clinical Teaching, a community-based faculty development Web site provided by the University of Kansas-School of Medicine - Wichita Department of Internal Medicine. This site is funded by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, designed to help you, our community-based faculty, be more effective teachers.

This teaching site is composed of mini-teaching modules, designed to give quick facts about teaching issues. The modules available are:

Community-Based Teaching Benefits

Strategies for Teaching in a Busy PracticeImage of Faculty and Resident

The Precepting Microskills

Observation and Feedback

Bedside Teaching

What is Evidence-Based Medicine?

Teaching Evidence Based Medicine

The Ten-Minute Talk: Quick, Painless, and Effective

 



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

Page last updated: February 20, 2003
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