Tania F. Bertsch

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As part of a 2010 conference entitled "Patients and Populations: Public Health in Medical Education," faculty from four U.S. medical schools (Case Western Reserve University, Harvard Medical School, the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and the University of Vermont College of Medicine), collaborated on a workshop to help other medical educators(More)
BACKGROUND Interactive videoconferencing may be an effective way for medical students on remote rotations to attend teaching sessions at the main campus. PURPOSE To compare medical student evaluations of lectures for those attending in person and those attending through interactive videoconferencing. METHODS Lecture evaluations were completed by medical(More)
BACKGROUND The current practice in medical education is to place students at off-site locations. The effectiveness of these students attending remote lectures using interactive videoconferencing needs to be evaluated. PURPOSE To determine whether lecture content covering clinical objectives is learned by medical students located at remote sites. METHODS(More)
It is becoming increasingly apparent that medical schools must begin teaching the knowledge, skills and attitudes of information literacy and applied medical informatics as core competencies in undergraduate medical education. The University of Vermont College of Medicine recognized that these core competencies were lacking in its curriculum, and in 1992 it(More)
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