This inspiring new book weaves a web of stories focusing on people whose work in health professions education has touched the lives of others in very important ways. Each chapter is told from the viewpoint of an education innovator and is supplemented by short reflections from those individuals whose lives have been changed as a result of that work. With a focus on the process of innovation, the book organically explores various phases from conceptualization, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination. Educators' Stories of Creating Enduring Change generates a deeper understanding of an individual's capacity for creating enduring change. It is ideal for all medical professions educators.
Table of Contents
Foreword. Preface. List of contributors. Acknowledgments. Healthcare from the inside out: bringing the self of the healer into the practice of medicine. From freedom to learn to freedom to innovate: the Harvard Macy Institute story. Facilitating the effectiveness of medical teachers: improving teaching through faculty development. Education of a teacher. Influencing the culture of educational assessment in academic health science centers. A quality improvement management model for curriculum evaluation and integration. The dissemination of relationship-centered care approaches to enhance the informal curriculum of academic health science centers. Partners in global health medical education: learner-centered curriculum in resource-poor environments. An academic health science center's journey toward teaching and delivering patient-centered care. The power of doing meaningful work together. Reforming medical education: confessions of a battered humanist. Concluding reflections on creating enduring change. Index.
LINDA A. HEADRICK, MD, MS Helen Mae Spiese Distinguished Faculty Scholar Senior Associate Dean for Education and Professor of Medicine School of Medicine, University of Missouri Columbia, MO, USA and DEBRA K. LITZELMAN, MA, MD Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Research in Medical Education Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, IN, USA