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How to fix the leadership deficit in medicine

How to fix the leadership deficit in medicine | Medical Education | Scoop.it
We need to modify our training curricula to acknowledge the need for teamwork, leadership, and better business understanding. But we do not have the people or structure poised to get ourselves and the profession there.
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Dr. Jeff Brown argues that current medical training doesn’t provide enough teamwork, business and emotional intelligence training. I couldn't agree more. It is incumbent upon medical educators to develop curricula -- both hidden and explicit -- that develops leadership principles in learners. Which leadership principles do successful physicians need? 

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What is clinical leadership…and why is it important? (The Clinical Teacher)

What is clinical leadership…and why is it important?  (The Clinical Teacher) | Medical Education | Scoop.it
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Winner of the 2012 Insight Award. How do we define leardership in medicine? Why should we care? (Swanwick and McKimm 2011)

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Use of social media in graduate-level medical huma... [Med Teach. 2011] - PubMed - NCBI

Social media can augment learning opportunities within humanities curriculum in medical schools, and help students acquire tools and skill-sets for problem solving, networking, and collaboration. Command of technologies will be increasingly important to the practice of medicine in the twenty-first century.


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Improving Consultation Communication Skills

Improving Consultation Communication Skills | Medical Education | Scoop.it

Talking to colleagues is an essential skill especially as we advocate for our patients. We should not only know what's going on with our patients, but also how to communicate our thoughts effectively and succinctly with our colleagues.


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