ERIC Number: ED228913
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
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Teaching the History of Medicine at a Medical Center.
Bylebyl, Jerome J., Ed.
Ten articles on teaching the history of medicine at a medical center and commentaries on the articles are presented. Articles and authors include the following: Introduction (Jerome J. Bylebyl); "The History of Health and Disease for Health Professionals: The Case Study Approach" (Gert H. Brieger); "Medical History and Medical Humanities: Some New Styles of Learning and Teaching" (Chester R. Burns); "Disciplinary Perspectives in the History of Medicine: A View from the 1980s" (Russell C. Maulitz); "Antecedents to Contemporary Health Issues: History, Politics, and the Policy of Health" (Arthur J. Viseltear); "Pharmaceutical History for the Pharmacy Student" (John Parascandola); "The History of Medicine in a Medical Context" (Pauline M. H. Mazumdar); "Occupying the Visual Cortex: Using Slides to Teach the History of Medicine" (Robert J. T. Joy); "Some Experiences with Seminars in the History of Medicine" (Saul Jarcho); "Teaching Medical History to Medical Students: The McGill Experience, 1966-1981" (Don G. Bates); "Starting from Scratch: Installing a History of Medicine Program in a New Medical School" (Robert J. T. Joy); and "The Teaching of Medical History by Instructors from a Variety of Disciplines" (Alvin E. Rodin and Robert D. Reece). (SW)
Descriptors: Case Studies, Curriculum Development, Educational History, Health Occupations, Higher Education, Humanities, Interdisciplinary Approach, Medical Education, Medical Schools, Medicine, Pharmaceutical Education, Seminars, Teaching Methods, Visual Aids
The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD 21218 ($15.00).
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers
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