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Manning, a pioneer and recognized authority in continuing medical education, and Lois DeBakey, a passionate advocate of critical reasoning and leading scholar in scientific communication, endeavor to shift the focus in lifelong learning from group exercises in a lecture hall to self-directed, practice-related : Hardcover.
In Medicine: Preserving the Passion, Phil R. Manning, a pioneer and recognized authority in continuing medical education, and Lois DeBakey, a passionate advocate of critical reasoning and leading scholar in scientific communication, endeavor to shift the focus in lifelong learning from group.
Phil R. Manning and Lois DeBakey are pre-eminent medical educators, who seek, in their own work and through this book, to redirect the focus of continuing medical education from the classroom to more creative methods.
Their approach is based on the physician's specific clinical practice. About this book Introduction In Medicine: Preserving the Passion, Phil R. Manning, a pioneer and recognized authority in continuing medical education, and Lois DeBakey, a passionate advocate of critical reasoning and leading scholar in scientific communication, endeavor to shift the focus in lifelong learning from group exercises in a lecture hall preserving the passion book self-directed, practice-related activities.
In Medicine: Preserving the Passion, Phil R. Manning, a pioneer and recognized authority in continuing medical education, and Lois DeBakey, a passionate advocate of critical reasoning and leading scholar in scientific communication, endeavor to shift the focus in lifelong learning from group exercises in a lecture hall to self-directed, practice-related activities.
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Publication date Topics Medicine, Médecine, Education, Medical, Continuing, Ärztliche FortbildungPages: To the Editor.—We were disappointed that the review Medicine of our book Medicine: Preserving the Passion that appeared in the February issue of the Archives clouded our purpose, scope, and central thesis, all clearly expressed in our preface.
To dispel the nebulosity in the review, we cite herein specific statements from our by: The book is a well-constructed collection of anecdotal observations obtained by interviews from recognized leaders in medicine.
Medicine are supplemented by quotations from notables such as Samuel Johnson ("Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last") and Seneca ("Men learn while they teach").Author: Donald L.
Kaminski. Medicine: tains Preserving the Passion pages on the experiences conof a benefit forts. preserving the passion book from continuing by Philip education Manning, DeBakey, efa nec- number of well-recognized medical teachers involved in self-directed, practice-melated : Harry W.
Fischer. The reflective and provocative book, Medicine, Preserving the Passion in the 21st Century, by Phil R. Manning and Lois DeBakey, is a breath of fresh air that focuses on the type of medicine and medical education some of us know and others remember, but hopefully all of us strive to maintain in an ever-changing and often frustrating and challenging environment.
The focus for the physician is and must Cited by: 2. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordAuthor: Harry W. Fischer. This one-of-a-kind book will fascinate physicians, residents, and medical students seeking to preserve and enhance their passion for medicine.
Since this book has helped and inspired physicians at all stages of their careers to get the most out of their professional and personal lives. The authors stress that more energetic self-instruction by physicians is necessary for improved continuing education.
Effective methods for ongoing educational efforts are highlighted through interviews with over physicians and accompanying personal essays from the likes of Braunwald, Hurst, and Sabiston.
Genre/Form: Fulltext Internet Resources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Manning, Phil R., Medicine, preserving the passion. New York: Springer. To the Editor: Having worked with Dr. Phil Manning while he was writing his recent book Medicine: Preserving the Passion (1) and being privy to his thoughts about it, I must express disappointment with the book review that appeared in the February issue.
The book is intended to be a practical guide for the clinician, since it describes techniques and methods that physicians in Cited by: 3. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full : Howard Spiro. Social, Ethical, and Economic Problems in Medicine The Physician-Patient Relationship, Physical Examination, and New Procedures “Medical Errors” and Other Problems in Practice Unrelated to Medical Knowledge Organized Medicine and Lifelong Learning Women Physicians Professionalism; Rev.
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Manning, Lois DeBakey. R M36 The Physician as learner: linking research to practice / edited by David A. Davis, Robert D. Fox. What medicine means to me. It went way beyond that though. I began reading books about medicine, studying more rigorous, medical-based classes by choice, and I even started a collection of preserved animals to put on shelves in my room – which is really just an empty shelf and a collection of hopes that my more distant family members won’t freak out when I send them a link to Author: Nikki Busalacchi.
Medicine: Preserving the passion. Phil R. Manning and Lois DeBakey. New York,Springer-Verlag, pages. At a time when medicine is under attack from many directions, it is a distinct pleasure to have the opportunity to read the interesting and informative material organized by two recognized leaders in scientific : Norman M.
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Two years previously, the Healthcare Commission reached similar conclusions, stating trusts needed to resolve Author: Lynne Kerrigan. ― Phil R. Manning, Medicine: Preserving the Passion in the 21st Century “Read with two objects," advised Osler, "first, to acquaint yourself with the current knowledge on a subject and the steps by which it has been reached, and secondly, and more important, read to understand and analyse your cases."2”Cited by: 4.
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Richard M. Caplan M.D. Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Author: Richard M. Caplan. A passion for lifelong learning and patient care A passion for lifelong learning and patient care Manchul, Lee Lee Manchul, MD, MHPE, FRCPC Manning PR and DeBakey L, eds.
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