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Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions

by Sherri Melrose, Caroline Park, Beth Perry

Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions

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Book Description

For healthcare professionals, clinical education is foundational to the learning process. However, balancing safe patient care with supportive learning opportunities for students can be challenging for instructors and the complex social context of clinical learning environments makes intentional teaching approaches essential. Clinical instructors require advanced teaching knowledge and skills as learners are often carrying out interventions on real people in unpredictable environments.

Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions is an indispensable guide for educators in the health professions. Interspersed with creative strategies and notes from the field by clinical teachers who offer practical suggestions, this volume equips healthcare educators with sound pedagogical theory. The authors focus on the importance of personal philosophies, resilience, and professional socialization while evaluating the current practices in clinical learning environments from technology to assessment and evaluation. This book provides instructors with the tools to influence both student success and the quality of care provided by future practitioners.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-ND). You can download Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions ebook for free in PDF format (8.0 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Theoretical Foundations of Teaching and Learning
Chapter 2
Where Do I Fit In? Articulating a Personal Philosophy
Chapter 3
The Clinical Learning Environment
Chapter 4
Maintaining Resilience through Positive Collaborations
Chapter 5
Professional Socialization of Health-Care Professionals
Chapter 6
Technology-Enhanced Clinical Education
Chapter 7
Evaluation of Learning
Chapter 8
Preceptors: Essential to Learner Success

Book Details

Title
Creative Clinical Teaching in the Health Professions
Subject
Medical
Publisher
AU Press
Published
2021
Pages
218
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9781771993319
ISBN10
1771993316
ISBN13 Digital
9781771993326
ISBN10 Digital
1771993324
PDF Size
8.0 MB
License
CC BY-NC-ND

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