Education Scholarship

Habermann, Thomas M.; Cascino, Terrence L.
November 2006
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Nov2006, Vol. 81 Issue 11, p1423
Academic Journal
The article discusses the authors' perspectives on medical education scholarship. The authors inferred that the factors causing the evolutionary changes in medical education include competency-based educational assessment, work hour regulations, cost of education, and quality of health care. They believed that another crucial issue that needs to be addressed is the recognition due for master teachers because these teachers are responsible for the success of educational offerings.


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