What makes for success in medical education?: Medical Education Study: a synthesis

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Permanent URL for this page: http://hdl.voced.edu.au/10707/213994.

Corporate author:

Urbis (Firm)

Abstract:

This synthesis report was commissioned by the Department of Education, Science and Training to bring together relevant background information and findings from all research activities related to the Australian Medical Education Study (AMES). The report responds to the overarching question for the study: What makes for success in medical education? The research methods used comprised a submissions process, literature reviews, and the gathering of new data via fieldwork carried out within Australia during the period under review (2005-2007). Three strands of inquiry were established to...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Workforce development; Industry; Skills and knowledge; Outcomes; Teaching and learning; Higher education

Keywords: Workforce planning; Relevance of education and training; Educational practice; Skill needs; Skill development; Outcomes of education and training; Competence

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Department of Education, Science and Training, 2008

Physical description: 223 p.

Also called: Medical Education Study: a synthesis; A review of clinical education in undergraduate medicine: a literature review; Focus group and interview report: medical students, recent medical graduates, employers and clinical trainers; Intern case study report: interns and supervisors; Outcomes required from undergraduate medical education: a literature review; Summary report: surveys, focus groups and interviews; Survey report: medical students, recent medical graduates, employers and clinical trainers

ISBN: 9780642778574

Notes:
Six other documents associated with the Review were also published.

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 108.1538

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