Increasing the time faculty spend at the bedside during teaching rounds.

Abstract

To increase faculty time at the bedside during learning rounds at the internal medicine residency of Jefferson Medical College, the authors initiated a program that included giving feedback to faculty about their bedside teaching, presenting relevant literature, and communicating to housestaff the need to prepare patients for visits. The program led to a dramatic increase in the number of bedside visits by faculty.

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@article{Mooradian2001IncreasingTT, title={Increasing the time faculty spend at the bedside during teaching rounds.}, author={Norman Mooradian and John W Caruso and Gudrun Kane}, journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges}, year={2001}, volume={76 2}, pages={200} }