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Teaching in Your Office

RECOMMENDED

The One-Minute Preceptor

ReCaP: A Model for Giving Corrective Feedback

DiffInE Your Approach: Tool for Teaching Differential Diagnosis/Interview/Exam

DiffInE Your Approach: A Tool for Preceptors (Presentation)

Twelve Microskills: Improving Learning in the Ambulatory Setting

TEACHING

SNAPPS: A Learner-Centered Technique for Case Presentations

Integrating the Physical Exam into Teaching

Precepting for all Learning Styles

Teaching in the Patient's Presence

Role Modeling

TEACHING CLINICAL TOPICS

Teaching Evidence in a Busy Clinic

Teaching Students to Avoid Diagnostic Errors

Answering Clinical Questions

Clinical Reasoning-Part I

Clinical Reasoning-Part II

Clinical Reasoning-PartIII

LEARNER ASSESSMENT

ReCaP: A Model for Giving Corrective Feedback

Providing Effective Feedback: The S-FED Model

Tips for Using Direct Observation

OTHER

Tips for Community-Based Medical Education

Tips for Using the EMR in Patient-Centered Care

Health Literacy: Teaching the "Teach-back" Method

Practical Prof

Five Tips for Advising Students About Family Medicine

Teaching the Tenets of the Hippocratic Oath