An encounter-based analysis of the nature of teaching and learning in a 3rd-year medical school clerkship.

@article{Carney2000AnEA,
  title={An encounter-based analysis of the nature of teaching and learning in a 3rd-year medical school clerkship.},
  author={Patricia A. Carney and Catherine Florio Pipas and Morten Eliassen and Donald A Donahue and Donald O Kollisch and Dale S Gephart and Allen J. Dietrich},
  journal={Teaching and learning in medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={21-7}
}
BACKGROUND Much of medical education has shifted from the hospital to ambulatory settings where each student works with a preceptor. PURPOSE Our objectives were to describe the nature of community-based learning and to explore how learning experiences vary by type of health care visit. METHODS This prospective study used both paper- and computer-based documentation systems to collect information on student-patient-preceptor encounters. A consecutive sample of 3rd-year medical students… CONTINUE READING

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