A framework for developing excellence as a clinical educator.

@article{Hesketh2001AFF,
  title={A framework for developing excellence as a clinical educator.},
  author={E Anne Hesketh and Gellise Bagnall and Edward George Buckley and Marni Friedman and E Goodall and R M Harden and Jennifer Laidlaw and Linda Leighton-Beck and P L McKinlay and Rosemary Newton and R Oughton},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={555-64}
}
The current emphasis on providing quality undergraduate and postgraduate medical education has focused attention on the educational responsibilities of all doctors. There is a greater awareness of the need to train doctors as educators and courses have been set up to satisfy this need. Some courses, such as those on how to conduct appraisal, are specific to one task facing a medical educator. Other courses take a broader view and relate educational theory to practice. In this paper we describe… CONTINUE READING

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