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  1. Last Updated 07/16/2012

    Communication greatly influences satisfaction with health care. Patient or client-centered encounters improve both patient and healthcare provider satisfaction. Brief clinical life review provides a humanistic approach to interviewing, which ...

  2. Last Updated 10/17/2009

    This is a lecture for 3rd year medical students before they begin the internal medicine rotation or outpatient family medicine rotation. It serves as an introduction on how to do a geriatric functional assessment in these settings. The ...

  3. Last Updated 07/27/2012

    This product is used for first year medical students who will complete an "Introduction to Clinical Medicine/History Taking" course within a specialized geriatrics program. This program is similar to the several other specialized history-taking ...

  4. Last Updated 01/22/2013

    Groups of two students are each paired with a Healthy Ager in the community. Preparation includes a model interview and small group role-play. Students groups interview the healthy ager, and each student writes a 3-5 page paper about the ager ...

  5. Last Updated 01/18/2011

    The University of Nebraska Medical Center has developed three sets of questions for the Internal Medicine Clerkship, the Pattern Recognition ...

  6. Last Updated 10/25/2012
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  7. Last Updated 07/09/2012

    CHAMP faculty evaluation instruments measure the impact of the CHAMP faculty development program on the quantity and quality of geriatric teaching in the patient setting. They include: a geriatrics knowledge test; an attitudes on aging survey; ...

  8. Last Updated 07/09/2012

    "CHAMP Evaluation Instruments for Residents" includes a series of surveys on geriatric knowledge; attitudes towards geriatrics; and geriatric clinical skills practiced in the inpatient setting, and taught by faculty attending on the general ...

  9. Last Updated 08/07/2009

    "Pain Control" module is part of the CHAMP faculty development program, which aims to improve inpatient, geriatric medical care through a "teach the teacher" approach. It is central to one of CHAMP's themes, improving palliative and end of life ...

  10. Last Updated 06/25/2012

    "Systems based practice" (SBP) and "Practice based learning and improvement" (PBLI) are workshops in the CHAMP mini-course "Teaching on Today's Wards" (TTW) which aims to strengthen inpatient teaching skills, particularly across the ACGME core ...

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