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1. What is the educational value of ward rounds? A learner and teacher perspective, Clinical Medicine 2011, Vol 11, No 6: 558–62 [[1].pdf]

2. Cox, K. (1993) Planning bedside teaching. The Medical Journal of Australia 158, 280-282.

3. Dent J.A. & Harden R. (Eds) (2000) A Practical guide for medical teachers. Churchill Livingstone.

4. Harth, S.C., Bavanandan, S., Thomas, K.E., Lai, M.Y. and Thong, Y.H. (1992) The quality of student-tutor interactions in the clinical learning environment. Med Educ 26, 321-326.

5. Hartley S., Gill D., Carter F., Walters K., & Bryant P. (2003) Teaching Medical Students in primary & secondary care. Oxford University Press.

6. Kolb, D.A. (1984) Experiential learning – experience as the source of learning and development, NJ: Englewood Cliffs.

7. McLeod P.J.& Harden R.M.(1985) Clinical Teaching; Strategies for Physicians. Medical Teacher (7) 2:173-189

8. Newble, D. and Cannon, R. (1994) A handbook for medical teachers, 3 edn. London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

9. Nejer et al (1992) The 1 minute preceptor JABPF






Teaching and Learning at the Bedside (with kind permission from Dr Deborah Gill)




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