Creating "innovator's DNA" in health care education.

  title={Creating "innovator's DNA" in health care education.},
  author={Elizabeth G. Armstrong and Sylvia J Barsion},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  volume={88 3},
Serious deficits in health care education have been identified recently, yet proposed solutions call for faculty skill sets not typically developed in health professional schools or in continuing professional development (CPD) programs. The authors propose that addressing the oft-cited problems in health care education (e.g., it is not learner-centered and does not take advantage of insights gained from the learning sciences) requires faculty to develop "innovator's skills" including the… CONTINUE READING
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