ABC of Learning and Teaching in Medicine
A practical guide to teaching in medicine aimed at doctors who at some point in their career have to teach, whether in a classroom or in a clinical setting. Helpful articles on theory with a greater emphasis on "how to do it." Authors include some of the most authoritative medical educationalists in the world; thus readers will get the benefit of writers who have great teaching experience backed up by extensive educational research.
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