Advances in Medical Education

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Kluwer, 1997 - Education - 820 pages
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The Ottawa conferences, which are well known in the field of medical education, are interesting to both researchers and teachers because of the quality of the papers presented. This book gives an overview of the most recent advances in medical education in more than 20 countries. Such themes as continuing medical education, faculty development, information technology, standardized patients, and innovations in assessment are among those highlighted. Name and subject indexes are provided for quick and easy reference.

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