Medical Education in the Millennium by Brian JollyMedical Education in the Millennium by Brian Jolly

Medical Education in the Millennium

EditorBrian Jolly, Lesley Rees

Hardcover | February 1, 1998

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As the 21st century approaches, what will be the roles and responsibilities of a doctor in the next century and how can we prepare young doctors for the future in a world which is rapidly changing? Medical education has entered a new era at all levels, led the way by changes in theundergraduate curricula, and medical educators are asking what change is necessary to prepare future physicians for practice in the 21st century. This book charts recent developments in medical education that are withstanding the test of time and establishes a baseline for development in the nextcentury. It deals with many important issuesin medical education covering the new developments at the prequalification stage of medical training. Specific examples of successful models and ideas for basic clinical training are included, and there are chapters on curriculum design, use of theinternet, assessment, and clinical teaching and aims for the year 2000. Written by current leaders and researchers in the field, it is an invaluable reference and guide for all those interested in medical education.
Brian Jolly is at University of Leeds. Lesley Rees is at St. Bartholomew's and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary Westfield College, University of London.
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Title:Medical Education in the MillenniumFormat:HardcoverDimensions:278 pages, 9.45 × 6.61 × 0.79 inPublished:February 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0192623990

ISBN - 13:9780192623997

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Table of Contents

1. Aims of the Curriculum Education for Health Needs in 2000 and Beyond2.1. Curriculum Design Charting the Course: Designing a curriculum2.2. Curriculum Design, Case Studies: recent curriculum designs2.3. Curriculum Design, The Patient's Perspective3. How Students Learn: The Process of Learning4.1. Where Students Can Learn: Community Based Approaches4.2. Where Students Can Learn: The Internet Ward Round5. Assessment6.1. The Continuation of Learning, The pre-registration year6.2. The Continuation of Learning, Service Based Learning7.1. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education Approaches and Staff Development7.2. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education, Clinical Work and Teaching7.3. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education The Teacher and Self-directed Learners7.4. Perspectives on the Quality of Teaching, Staff Development and Quality of Teaching7.5. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education, Staff Development in Medical Schools8.1. Curriculum Implementation Managing Change8.2. Curriculum Implementation, Overcoming Barriers to Change9. Conclusions

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`...the authors have succeeded in providing a constructive review of some key aspects of medical education that can serve as the building blocks for curriculum planning and evaluation in the 21st century.'Deborah E.Simpson