Affiliation: University of Kansas Medical Center
- Using a modified nominal group technique as a curriculum evaluation toolAlison Dobbie
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS 66160 7370, USA
Fam Med 36:402-6. 2004..In this paper, we demonstrate through a worked example how to use a modified NGT as a course evaluation tool in medical education...
- Strategies for efficient office preceptingAlison E Dobbie
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS 66160, USA
Fam Med 37:239-41. 2005
- Evidence-based strategies that help office-based teachers give effective feedbackAlison Dobbie
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas, 3901 Rainbow Boulevard, Kansas City, KS 66160, USA
Fam Med 37:617-9. 2005
- Evidence-based office teaching--the five-step microskills model of clinical teachingSarah Parrot
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City 66160, USA
Fam Med 38:164-7. 2006
- Case-based exercises fail to improve medical students' information management skills: a controlled trialHeidi S Chumley
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, USA
BMC Med Educ 6:14. 2006..Tomorrow's physicians must learn to access, retrieve, integrate and apply current information into ambulatory patient encounters, yet few medical schools teach 'real time' information management...
- Teaching medical students to prioritize preventive servicesHeidi S Chumley
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas, KS 66160, USA
Fam Med 38:696-9. 2006..Clinicians cannot provide all recommended preventive services in a single office visit and must learn to prioritize. This skill is not overtly addressed in medical school...
- Patient-centered interviewing and student performance in a comprehensive clinical skills examination: is there an association?Emran Rouf
Section of General Internal Medicine, Geriatric and Hospital Medicine, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine, 2411 Holmes Street, Kansas City, MO 64108, USA
Patient Educ Couns 75:11-5. 2009....
- A short transitional course can help medical students prepare for clinical learningHeidi Chumley
Department of Family Medicine, Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City 66160, USA
Fam Med 37:496-501. 2005..In this paper, we provide evaluation and content validity data on a 2-week intensive clinical transition course for beginning third-year medical students...
- Electronic health records in outpatient clinics: perspectives of third year medical studentsEmran Rouf
Department of Family Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, USA
BMC Med Educ 8:13. 2008..We report third year medical students' attitudes towards clinical learning using the electronic health record in ambulatory primary care clinics...
- Trained standardized patients can train their peers to provide well-rated, cost-effective physical exam skills training to first-year medical studentsCarla B Aamodt
Department of General and Geriatric Medicine, University of Kansas
Fam Med 38:326-9. 2006..CONCLUSIONS: We believe that our program is popular with students, cost-effective, and generalizable to other institutions...
- Cultural competence teaching in U.S. pediatric clerkships in 2006Angela P Mihalic
Department of Pediatrics, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas 75390 9063, USA
Acad Med 82:558-62. 2007..The authors conducted a national survey to investigate the current state of cultural competence teaching and learning within U.S. pediatric clerkships...
- Feasibility of a multi-modality ambulatory curriculum for family practice residentsHeidi Chumley Jones
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 78229 3900, USA
Fam Med 34:500-3. 2002..Using a multi-modality ambulatory curriculum, we attempted to provide standard curricular content and accessible, user-friendly, Web-based learning across three residency sites...
- Guidelines for constructing a surveyCindy Passmore
Faculty Development Center, Waco, Texas, USA
Fam Med 34:281-6. 2002..After completing this article, readers should be able to (1) state the appropriate uses of survey instruments as research tools and (2) construct and administer a well-designed survey instrument...