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- Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Toolbox: PowerPoints, transcripts, templates, practice scenarios and handouts. Topics include oral presentations, feedback, clinical reasoning, professionalism and RIME.
- American College of Physicians (Internal Medicine): medical educator resources.
- Boston University School of Medicine Department of Medicine Faculty Development and Diversity: past seminars on teaching and quick teaching strategies.
- Jefferson University Teaching Residents to Teach: multiple video scenarios about bedside teaching during rounds.
- MedEdPORTAL: peer reviewed teaching materials such as tutorials, cases, lab manuals, assessment instruments and faculty development materials.
- Medical College of Wisconsin Teaching Toolbox: brief resources including videos, session planning, podcasting introductions and iPad overviews.
- Stanford School of Medicine Pediatric Residents as Teachers Program: brief forms that may be useful for evaluation of students. The site also has very brief "pearls" for evaluation methods.
- University of Arizona Office of Medical Student Education (OMSE) Faculty Instructional Development: multiple resources for educators, including teaching with technology, and a Residents as Educators (RAE) section.
- University of Iowa has an Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Education with teaching resources and links customized for medical students, pediatric practitioners and pediatric radiologists.
- University of Southern California Resident's Teaching Skills Website: excellent videos showing student/teacher diads. It also has many resources and links to other schools.
- University of Washington Blog on Curriculum Renewal: many, many pearls.
Videos and websites with audio information
- Auscultation Assistant: description and audio of heart murmurs and breath sounds.
- Bates Visual Guide Pediatric Head-to-Toe Assessment
- New England Journal of Medicine: website for procedural videos.
- University of California, San Diego A Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine: physical examination skills and a collection of images of physical examination findings.
- University of Utah Pediatric Neurological Examination explanation and step-by-step videos.
- University of Washington Department of Medicine Advanced Physical Diagnosis: physical diagnosis information including pictures and audio plus tips for teaching at the bedside.
- Visual Diagnosis through Medical Images: access through the Upstate Library website.
On Line Pediatric Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers
- Infectious Diseases of Children: an excellent monthly magazine, which is also sent out in print form.
- Medscape Pediatrics: articles, news, some good links.
- Pediatrics: complete text available for non-subscribers, rare in journals with a print version
Articles and Workbooks
- American Academy of Pediatrics Residents as Teachers workshop packet: useful for faculty interested in creating a workshop and offers a good pre-test.
- American College of Physicians, How to make teaching in the office more time efficient
- David Irby, Effective and Efficient Strategies for Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting
- David Irby, Three Exemplary Models of Case Based Teaching
- 15 Steps to Cultivate Life-Long Learning
- Pediatrics 101 from the American Academy of Pediatrics: a resource guide to medical training and the profession with quick links to many useful resources.
- ChildAbuseMD.com: a searchable online book for information on child abuse.
- CLIPP Cases: Computer-assisted Learning in Pediatrics.
- Med-Source: blogs on a variety of topics and links to studying resources.
- Medscape Essential Resources for Pediatrics: another version of Emily Cooper's blog Med-Source.
- Quizlet Pediatric Shelf Exam: flash cards and practice test.
- Search the Web on your own with the best search tools chart: comparison of Internet search engines.
These tools are suggested from the Upstate College of Nursing Preceptor website.
- Office of Educational Development, University of North Carolina School of Medicine's The Expert Preceptor Interactive Curriculum (EPIC): Ten online learning modules that can be completed for continuing education credit.
- The Southern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center Preceptor Development Program: training in specific topics and links to other resources.
- US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Community Health's A Physician's Practical Guide to Culturally Competent Care: an e-learning program that offers free CME credits.
- The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine: web-based newsletter with articles for preceptors and other preceptor resources.