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Lecturing in American Medical Schools: Tenacious Tradition

Lecturing in American Medical Schools: Tenacious Tradition References 1. Rogers DE: Some musings on medical education: Is it going astray? Pharos , (Spring) 1982, pp 11-14. 2. Altman LK: The doctor's world: Med schools under attack. New York Times , (June 22) , 1982, section 3, p 5. 3. Kaufman M: American Medical Education: The Formative Years, 1765-1910 . Westport, Conn, Greenwood Press, 1976. 4. Rezneck S: A course of medical education in New York City in 1828-1829: The journal of Asa Fitch. Bull Hist Med 1968;42:555-565. 5. Rezneck S: The study of medicine at the Vermont Academy of Medicine (1827-1829) as revealed in the journal of Asa Fitch. J Hist Med Allied Sci 1969;24:416-429.Crossref 6. Black JJ: 40 Years in the Medical Profession . Philadelphia, JB Lippincott Co, 1900, p 46. 7. Hertzler AE: The Horse and Buggy doctor . New York, Harper & Brothers, 1938, p 38. 8. Riesman D: Clinical training in America, with some remarks on early medical schools. Trans Stud Coll Phys Philadelphia 1939;7(series 4):89-110. 9. Pusey WA: Medical education—from the student's point of view. Med Record 1891;40:698-700. 10. Allis OH: Cramming in our medical schools. Med News 1894;64:661-662. 11. Barnes EG: A student's thoughts on medical education. Lancet 1869;2:738-739.Crossref 12. Hemenway HB: Lectures versus recitations in medical colleges. Med News 1892;60:575-577. 13. Sherwin OW: Should the lecture system in our medical schools be abolished? Trans Vermont State Med Soc , 1891, pp 75-81. 14. Peitzman SJ: 'Thoroughly practical': America's polyclinic medical schools. Bull Hist Med 1980;54:166-187. 15. Cannon WB: The use of clinic records in teaching medicine. Bull Am Acad Med 1901;5:203-213. 16. Atwater E: Internal medicine, in Numbers RL (ed): The Education of American Physicians: Historical Essays . Berkeley, University of California Press, 1980, pp 156-174. 17. LeFevre E: Some problems of medical education. Proc Assoc Am Med Coll , 1913-1914, pp 5-17. 18. Cushing H: Consecratio Medici and Other Papers . Boston, Little Brown & Co, 1940, p 187. 19. Miller GE: Teaching and Learning in Medical School . Cambridge, Mass, Commonwealth Fund and Harvard University Press, 1961, pp 95-96. 20. Foley RP, Smilansky J: Teaching Techniques: A Handbook for Health Professionals . New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co, 1980, pp 1-14. 21. McLeish J: The Lecture Method . Cambridge, England, Cambridge Institute of Education, 1968. 22. Giles RM, Johnson MR, Knight KE, et al: Recall of lecture information: A question of what, when, and where. Med Educ 1982;16:264-268.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Lecturing in American Medical Schools: Tenacious Tradition

Archives of Internal Medicine , Volume 143 (8) – Aug 1, 1983

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Copyright © 1983 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9926
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References 1. Rogers DE: Some musings on medical education: Is it going astray? Pharos , (Spring) 1982, pp 11-14. 2. Altman LK: The doctor's world: Med schools under attack. New York Times , (June 22) , 1982, section 3, p 5. 3. Kaufman M: American Medical Education: The Formative Years, 1765-1910 . Westport, Conn, Greenwood Press, 1976. 4. Rezneck S: A course of medical education in New York City in 1828-1829: The journal of Asa Fitch. Bull Hist Med 1968;42:555-565. 5. Rezneck S: The study of medicine at the Vermont Academy of Medicine (1827-1829) as revealed in the journal of Asa Fitch. J Hist Med Allied Sci 1969;24:416-429.Crossref 6. Black JJ: 40 Years in the Medical Profession . Philadelphia, JB Lippincott Co, 1900, p 46. 7. Hertzler AE: The Horse and Buggy doctor . New York, Harper & Brothers, 1938, p 38. 8. Riesman D: Clinical training in America, with some remarks on early medical schools. Trans Stud Coll Phys Philadelphia 1939;7(series 4):89-110. 9. Pusey WA: Medical education—from the student's point of view. Med Record 1891;40:698-700. 10. Allis OH: Cramming in our medical schools. Med News 1894;64:661-662. 11. Barnes EG: A student's thoughts on medical education. Lancet 1869;2:738-739.Crossref 12. Hemenway HB: Lectures versus recitations in medical colleges. Med News 1892;60:575-577. 13. Sherwin OW: Should the lecture system in our medical schools be abolished? Trans Vermont State Med Soc , 1891, pp 75-81. 14. Peitzman SJ: 'Thoroughly practical': America's polyclinic medical schools. Bull Hist Med 1980;54:166-187. 15. Cannon WB: The use of clinic records in teaching medicine. Bull Am Acad Med 1901;5:203-213. 16. Atwater E: Internal medicine, in Numbers RL (ed): The Education of American Physicians: Historical Essays . Berkeley, University of California Press, 1980, pp 156-174. 17. LeFevre E: Some problems of medical education. Proc Assoc Am Med Coll , 1913-1914, pp 5-17. 18. Cushing H: Consecratio Medici and Other Papers . Boston, Little Brown & Co, 1940, p 187. 19. Miller GE: Teaching and Learning in Medical School . Cambridge, Mass, Commonwealth Fund and Harvard University Press, 1961, pp 95-96. 20. Foley RP, Smilansky J: Teaching Techniques: A Handbook for Health Professionals . New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co, 1980, pp 1-14. 21. McLeish J: The Lecture Method . Cambridge, England, Cambridge Institute of Education, 1968. 22. Giles RM, Johnson MR, Knight KE, et al: Recall of lecture information: A question of what, when, and where. Med Educ 1982;16:264-268.Crossref

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Published: Aug 1, 1983

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