The purpose of this book is to develop the beginnings
of a suitable theoretical framework for medical education which
could be taken as a model for education in the other clinical
professions. It should therefore prove relevant to those who teach
in nursing or other allied health professions, where two of the
editors come from. All the contributors have an impressive record
of achievement in educational research and a wide range of
publications. The book is aimed at the expert, but the clear
expository style of the authors will make this suitable reading for
the relative novice in the field.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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