Reach out and teach someone: generalist residents' needs for teaching skills development.

@article{Morrison2002ReachOA,
  title={Reach out and teach someone: generalist residents' needs for teaching skills development.},
  author={Elizabeth H Morrison and Judy Hollingshead and F. Allan Hubbell and Maurice A. Hitchcock and L. Graham Rucker and Michael D Prislin},
  journal={Family medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={445-50}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Family practice residents and students receive substantial teaching from senior residents. Yet, we lack data about residents' needs for teaching skills development, particularly in generalist training. This multicenter, interdisciplinary study describes the learning needs of generalist residents for becoming more effective teachers. METHODS One hundred medical students, residents, and faculty infamily medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics participated in 11… CONTINUE READING

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