Resources for Medical Educators
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Journals in Health Professions Education
Annotated Bibliography of Journals for Educational Scholarship (pdf)
Coordinated by the NEGEA in collaboration with members of the CGEA, SGEA, and WGEA, this bibliography (revised March, 2016) provides a comprehensive list of medical education scholarship resources. Special thanks to the Librarian Coordinators, Pamela Herring (University of Central Florida) and Judy Spak (Yale University), their time and hard work made this update possible. For questions and suggestions please contact Maria Blanco at Maria.Blanco@tufts.edu.
Education Resources grouped by Topic
Clinical Teaching and Problem Solving:
- Five-Step Microskills Model for Clinical Teaching (Pocket Card PDF)
- Bad Bedside Teaching (Video 4.10 Min.)
- Good Bedside Teaching (Video 5.09 Min.)
- Oral Presentations: Tips and SNAPPS Model (Video by Nersi Nikakhtar, MD and Taj Mustapha MD, UMN)
- One-Minute Preceptor (Video 3.30 Min.)
- Questions to Clarify Reasoning about Case-related Difficulties (Pocket Card PDF)
Competency-Based Medical Education:
- Understanding Competency-Based Medical Education (Brief primer - Academic Medicine Blog)
- Competency-based medical education: theory to practice. Med Teach. 2010;32(8):638-45. doi: 10.3109/0142159X.2010.501190. PubMed PMID: 20662574
- Physician Competency Reference Set (PCRS) (Website from the AAMC)
- Towards a Common Taxonomy of Competency Domains for the Health Professions and Competencies for Physicians (Academic Medicine article)
- Core Entrustable Activies for Entering Residency (Website from the AAMC)
Giving Feedback and Setting Expectations:
- Giving and Receiving Feedback (Handout from workshop)
- ORIME Model for Stucturing Feedback (Pocket Card PDF)
- Quick Teaching Tip: Feedback (Video from the Virginia Apgar Academy of Medical Educators)
- Setting Expectations (Pocket Card PDF)
- Setting Expectations (Video 3.47 Min.)
- Short [formal] Feedback (Video 1.40 min.)
Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine:
- BEME Collaboration is a group of individuals or institutions who are committed to the promotion of Best Evidence Medical Education.
- Empowering Evidence Workshop resources developed by the U of MN Bio-Medical Library.
- Evidence-Based Practice: An Interprofessional Tutorial - This tool features case studies, and increased emphasis on critical appraisal.
Useful Web Sites
In addition to its wealth of articles, books, and journals, the Bio-Medical Library provides a wide range of free instructional resources, including workshops, guides and tutorials to support teaching and learning.
HEAL is a national resource for digital multimedia serving health sciences education. It provides digital teaching resources of the highest quality from a variety of sources.
The MERLOT site includes a a number of health sciences learning materials