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These Articles and Educational Links provide faculty with information designed to support their course design and delivery. The list includes topic areas (such as discussion groups and active learning) followed by resources (such as websites providing images related to medical education and a medical glossary).
Inspired by the Robert Wood Johnson Generalist Physician Inititative in the late 1990's the Division of Community-Based Education was formally established in 2001 as an extension of the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education (OUME). Under the leadership of Director, Robert A. Baldor, MD, Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, the Division serves as the primary contact and advocate for the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) faculty who practice at affiliated community hospitals and offices accross the Commonwealth. read more...
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E*Value is a web-based evaluation system designed to help manage your health sciences education program. E*Value was developed to help manage, collate, and analyze the volume of information associated with a health sciences education program. For more information please the Academic Services on Umass Inside pages: E*Value
This thematically organized, annotated collection of short stories, poems and essays from the perspectives of doctors, nurses, students, and patients was created by UMass students and faculty as a medical humanities resource to be used by faculty and students who are seeing patients, teaching or studying the featured topics: Medical Humanities at your Finger Tips
The documents available on this webpage have been created to provide course directors, lecturing faculty and small group facilitators with clear, vibrant, concrete student perspectives on effective practices for conducting courses, lectures, and small groups.
A Physician is first and foremost a Healer. Six attributes of the physician as healer form the organizing headings of this document: Professional, Scientist, Communicator, Clinical Problem Solver, Patient & Community Advocate, and Person. read more...