On Teaching the Sum While Paying Attention to the Parts: Whole Person Care through Ethnography in Medical Education

@inproceedings{Rahimzadeh2015OnTT,
  title={On Teaching the Sum While Paying Attention to the Parts: Whole Person Care through Ethnography in Medical Education},
  author={Vasiliki Rahimzadeh and David Lessard and Peter Nugus},
  year={2015}
}
Objective— This article provides a reflection on medical teaching opportunities for whole person care based on our experiences mentoring 2 nd -year medical students through an Ethnography Practicum at a Canadian university. Background— The Ethnography Practicum is a new addition to the Family Medicine Transition to Clinical Practice (TCP) curriculum introduced in the second year of medical school at McGill University. It involves 30 hours of instruction (6 hours in lectures with an instructor… CONTINUE READING

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