Table of contents for Medical education in the millennium / edited by Brian Jolly and Lesley Rees.


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1. Aims of the Curriculum: Education for Health Needs in 2000 and Beyond
2.1. Curriculum Design: Charting the Course: Designing a Curriculum
2.2. Curriculum Design, Case Studies: recent curriculum designs
2.3. Curriculum Design, The Patient's Perspective
3. How Students Learn: The Process of Learning
4.1. Where Students Can Learn: Community Based Approaches
4.2. Where Students Can Learn: The Internet Ward Round
5. Assessment
6.1. The Continuation of Learning, The pre-registration year
6.2. The Continuation of Learning, Service Based Learning
7.1. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education Approaches and Staff Development
7.2. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education, Clinical Work and Teaching
7.3. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education The Teacher and Self-directed Learners
7.4. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education, Staff Development and Quality of Teaching
7.5. Perspectives on the Quality of Medical Education, Staff Development in Medical Schools
8.1. Curriculum Implementation Managing Change
8.2. Curriculum Implementation, Overcoming Barriers to Change
9.0. Conclusions



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Medical education.
Education, Medical -- trends.
Curriculum.