Hopkins Education fellow designs hospital bedside curriculum

Hopkins Education fellow designs hospital bedside curriculum


The average physician spends less than
10% of their time in direct patient care, and certain skills like the physical
examination, history taking and developing relationships with patients,
have been in decline. And so I decided to develop a curriculum on how to be more effective at the bedside. The Master of Education for the Health
Professions is unique in the United States and probably in the world. It’s a
multidisciplinary program that combines educational theory with practical
application. The best part of my day is spending time with patients, but if I’m
able to teach other people, honing their physical diagnosis skills, I can impact
many more people than if I was just seeing patients on my own

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