3 edition of culture of clinical teaching / by Dona Pardo. found in the catalog.
culture of clinical teaching / by Dona Pardo.
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If so, then Culture in Clinical Care is just what you need. Culture in Clinical Care defines and describes culture and its interaction with individual experience and personality in the development of beliefs, values, and actions.
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To investigate how clinical supervisors of junior doctors provide feedback and assessment on cultural competence, one of several professionalism skills outlined in the Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors.
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Appreciating Cultural Diversity Through Clinical Supervision By: Craig S. Cashwell, E. Joan Looby, and Warren F. Housley Cashwell, C. S., Looby, J., & Housley, W. Appreciating cultural diversity through clinical supervision.
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Aug 01, · From the Preface, by Arthur Kleinman:Patients and Healers in the Context of Culture presents a theoretical framework for studying the relationship between medicine, psychiatry, and culture. That framework is principally illustrated by materials gathered in field research in Taiwan and, to a lesser extent, from materials gathered in similar research in Boston.
Edited by Rani H. Srivastava of the Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, The Healthcare Professional's Guide to Clinical Cultural Competence features contributions from a diverse range of authors from across Canada and from a variety of backgrounds.
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May 15, · Culture in Clinical Care: Strategies for Competence explores theory and practice to define and describe the multidimensional nature of culture and its interaction with an individual’s experience in the development of beliefs, values, and texasbestchambers.com: SLACK Incorporated.Teaching and learning in the clinical setting is not a new concept and the teaching of clinical skill to nursing student ranks high on the current agenda of nurse education (Pfeil, ).
Therefore, has be the duty of teachers to continue to provide ongoing guidance during teaching and learning taking place.Making Sense of Clinical Teaching: A Hands-on Guide to Success - CRC Press Book.
Are you new to clinical teaching and looking for practical advice? Would you like to challenge and improve your current teaching style?
Do you want to direct change in teaching practice within a department or institution?If your answer to any of the above is yes.