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Creating Community-Responsive Physicians

Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Medical Education

January 2000
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    1st January 2000
  • ISBN 9781563770142
  • Language English
  • Pages 190 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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December 2011
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  • Publisher
    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    30th December 2011
  • ISBN 9781620360224
  • Language English
  • Pages 190 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"

Eighth in AAHE’s Service-Learning in the Disciplines Series, this volume shows how service-learning is not only a strategy for preparing community-responsive and competent health physicians, but also for fostering citizenship and changing the relationship between communities and medical schools. This very useful book provides readers with a valuable source of information and inspiration to develop and expand service-learning across the continuum of medical education.

About This Series—Edward Zlotkowski
Introduction—Sarena D. Seifer, Kris Hermanns, and Judy Lewis

Part One: The Broader Context for Service-Learning In Medical Education
The Changing Health-Care System and Expectations of Physicians—Edward H. O'Neil
Toward Building Communities of Commitment: Integrating Community-Oriented Primary Care and Continuous Quality Improvement Into Service-Learning—Deborah Gardner, Andrew Schamess, Doreen Harper, Denice Cora-Bramble

Part Two: Designing and Implementing Service-Learning in Medical Education
Partners in Health Education: Service-Learning by First-Year Medical Students—Joseph F. Walsh, Jennifer Sage Smith, G. Christian Jernstedt, Virginia A. Reed, and Sara Goodman
Medical Students Go Back to Kindergarten: Service-Learning and Medical Education in the Public Schools—Kate Cauley, Elvira Jaballas, and Betty Holton
Service-Learning in Medical Education: Teaching Psychiatry Residents How to Work With the Homeless Mentally Ill—Richard C. Christensen
An Interdisciplinary Service-Learning Community Health Course for Preclinical Health Sciences Students—Daniel Blumenthal, Meryl S. McNeal, Lorine Spencer, JoAnne Rhone, and Fred Murphy
Service-Learning Opportunities at The Ohio State University: The Community Medicine Rotation and the Community Project—Franklin R. Banks and Catherine A. Heaney
University of Connecticut School of Medicine: An Urban Partnership—Judy Lewis
Initiating, Maintaining, and Sustaining Community Partnerships: Developing Community-Based Academic Health Professions Education Systems—Bruce Bennard, Bruce Behringer, Carol Gentry, Mary Jane Kelley, Paul E. Stanton Jr., and Wanda Vaghan
Integrating Teaching, Research, and Service at East Tennessee State University: Action and Accountability in Communities—Joellen B. Edwards, Joy E. Wachs, Sheila M. Virgin, Bruce A. Goodrow, and James E. Florence
A Community Partnership in Service to the Homeless: University of Pittsburgh and the City of Pittsburgh—Thomas P. O'Toole, Joyce Holl, and Paul Freyder
Student-Initiated Community Service: The Community Health Advancement Program—Sharon Dobie, Bonnie Beck, Melinda Tonelli, Charlene Forslund, Connie Huffine, Deborah Kippen, Diane Staheli, and William Hobson

Part Three: Service-Learning Research and Evaluation
The Socialization of Medical Students in a Preventive Health Service-Learning Experience—JoEllen Tarallo-Falk
Evaluating the Impact of Service-Learning: Applications for Medical Education—Sherril B. Gelmon, Barbara Holland, Beth Morris, and Amy Driscoll

Service-Learning Resources
Contributors to This Volume

Sarena D. Seifer

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Kris Hermanns

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Judy Lewis

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continuous quality improvement; community-oriented primary care; health education; community medicine; community-responsive; medical education