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Provides extensive practical advice on how to function more effectively as a radiological educator
Discusses principles radiological educators can employ to develop an enlarging role for radiology in medical school curricula
Offers a theoretical foundation and practical suggestions for radiologists to enhance their educational
A goldmine of theoretical insights and practical suggestions, AchievingExcellence in Medical Education, Second Edition explores the essential question facing medical educators and learners today: What is our vision of educational excellence, and what can we do to enhance our performance?
Among the topics explored within this updated, engaging, informative, and thought-provoking text are:
• Education’s position as a priority of medical schools
• Seminal educational insights from non-medical educators
• Best practices of outstanding educators and learners
• Promises and pitfalls of new educational technologies
• Key resources for promoting excellence in medical education
• Medical education’s role in preparing future leaders
• Leadership roles for medical schools in universities and society
Reviews of the first edition:
"This is an eloquent, quotable, and inspirational book that provides a template for "Achieving Excellence in Medical Education." - Journal of the American Medical Association
"Gunderman is an accomplished educator, well known as a thoughtful and provocative teacher. . . I recommend his book to department chairs, clerkship and residency program directors, and education professionals who are shaping the future of medical education." - New England Journal of Medicine