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Teaching Professional Attitudes and Basic Clinical Skills to Medical Students

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Teaching Professional Attitudes and Basic Clinical Skills to Medical Students

Teaching Professional Attitudes and Basic Clinical Skills to Medical Students: A Practical Guide
Springer | Medicine | October 06, 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319200887 | 168 pages | pdf | 1.86 mb

by Jochanan Benbassat (Author)
First of its kind, concise, easy to read resource
Written by an accomplished clinical teacher
Covers full range of topics related to teaching ideal attitudes and basic clinical skills

From the Back Cover
Doctors differ in values, training and practice setting, and eventually they adopt diverse approaches to patient interviewing, data collection and problem-solving. As a result, medical students may encounter significant differences in the clinical methods of their tutors. For example, some doctors encourage patients’ narratives by using open-ended questions while others favor closed-questions; and hospital- and community-based doctors may disagree on the value of the physical examination. Medical students may be puzzled by these differences and by controversies about issues, such as doctor-patient relations and the approaches to clinical reasoning.

This handy title is intended to help tutors address many of these issues, and to provide an approach not only to teaching patient interviewing and the physical examination but to teaching some clinically relevant topics of the behavioral and social sciences that are so vital to developing an effective, well-rounded physician.

About the Author
Myers-JDC Brookdale Institute
The Smokler Center for Health Policy Research
Jerusalem, Israel
Formerly
Professor of Medicine and Chair of Medical Education Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical School Jerusalem and Professor of Medicine and Chair of Behavioral Sciences in Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel”

Topics
Cardiology
Surgery
Neurology
Endocrinology


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