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Teaching to Teach: An Effective and Feasible Teaching Curriculum for Internal Medicine Interns.

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Summary of "Teaching to Teach: An Effective and Feasible Teaching Curriculum for Internal Medicine Interns."

New competency requirements from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education have prompted greater emphasis on developing residents' teaching skills. Many residents make their first foray into teaching during internship, making it an important yet underrecognized opportunity to develop basic teaching skills. In addition, in the current graduate medical education climate, residents' tasks are compressed into an even shorter time, which has caused teaching opportunities and expectations to be balanced with the need for efficiency. After performing needs assessment surveys of medicine interns and medical students, we developed an interns-as-teachers curriculum to equip internal medicine interns with skills specific to their unique role as medical student teachers.

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Name: Southern medical journal
ISSN: 1541-8243
Pages: 733-738

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