Curriculum Development for Medical Education

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESSISBN: 9781421444109

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Patricia A. Thomas,David E. Kern,Mark T. Hughes,Sean A. Tackett,Belinda Y. Chen
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392

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Patricia A. Thomas, MD (BALTIMORE, MD), is professor emerita of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. David E. Kern, MD, MPH (BALTIMORE, MD), is professor emeritus of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Mark T. Hughes, MD, MA (BALTIMORE, MD), is an assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and core faculty of the Berman Institute of Bioethics. Sean A. Tackett, MD, MPH (BALTIMORE, MD), is an associate professor of medicine and the international medical education director in the general internal medicine division at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Belinda Y. Chen, MD (BALTIMORE, MD), is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the director of the longitudinal program in curriculum development at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Preface List of Contributors Introduction Patricia A. Thomas and David E. Kern One. Overview: A Six-Step Approach to Curriculum Development David E. Kern Two. Step 1: Problem Identification and General Needs Assessment Belinda Y. Chen Three. Step 2: Targeted Needs Assessment Mark T. Hughes Four. Step 3: Goals and Objectives Patricia A. Thomas Five. Step 4: Educational Strategies Sean A. Tackett and Chadia N. Abras Six. Step 5: Implementation Mark T. Hughes Seven. Step 6: Evaluation and Feedback Brenessa M. Lindeman, David E. Kern, and Pamela A. Lipsett Eight. Curriculum Maintenance and Enhancement David E. Kern and Patricia A. Thomas Nine. Dissemination David E. Kern and Sean A. Tackett Ten. Curriculum Development for Larger Programs Patricia A. Thomas and David E. Kern Eleven. Curricula That Address Community Needs and Health Equity Heidi L. Gullett, Mamta K. Singh, and Patricia A. Thomas Appendix A. Example Curricula Topics in Interdisciplinary Medicine: High-Value Health Care Amit K. Pahwa Neurology Graduate Training Program in Zambia Deanna Saylor The Kennedy Krieger Curriculum: Equipping Frontline Clinicians to Improve Care for Children with Behavioral, Emotional, and Developmental Disorders Mary L. O'Connor Leppert Appendix B. Curricular, Faculty Development, and Funding Resources Patricia A. Thomas and David E. Kern Index

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