Other books on medical education available from the Library include:. Search this Guide Search.
Evidence-Based Practice and Medical Education. Recommended Books for Medical Education 1.
- Bestselling Series.
- A Story Like The Wind.
- Wellness and Resilience.
- The Perception of Odors.
How to teach continuing medical education Mike Davis, Kirsty Forrest. Wiley-Blackwell, c Call Number: R D37 Understanding medical education : evidence, theory and practice edited by Tim Swanwick. Wiley-Blackwell, U53 Manual of simulation in healthcare edited by Richard H. Oxford University Press, S55 M36 Tsuda, Daniel J.
The Albert J. Finestone, MD Office for Continuing Medical Education - Mission
Scott, and Daniel B. C65 T49 Achieving excellence in medical education R.
New York: Springer. G86 Held in Reserve.
Also available as e-book. Achieving excellence in medical education Richard B.
Internal Medicine Residency | Cooper Medical Education
Springer, Available in the Library and as an e-book from this link. Academic medicine: a guide for clinicians R. Springer: Available as e-book from this link - click on link: "Available via SpringerLink". Teaching medical professionalism R. Cruess, S R.
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