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The Teaching of Clinical Medicine

The Teaching of Clinical Medicine JAMA Revisited January 3, 1920 required to demonstrate his ability to do laboratory research. True, there are those who possess the characteristics of both types, but they are exceptional. The details concerned in the study and treatment of disease have become more and more Teachers of technical subjects naturally fall into one of two complicated as our theoretical knowledge has increased. groups: first, the type whose interests lie mainly in the New principles and new methods are constantly being dis- philosophic aspects of the subject taught, and second, covered by the investigator, and new applications of these the type who think of problems in terms of the individual. principles and methods to clinical work are continually being As Addis has recently pointed out, this is true of clinical made. This has caused a great increase in the routine work medicine, and it is equally true of clinical surgery or of any involved in the study of a given case and has greatly compli- other clinical subject. Some clinicians who are mainly inter- cated the task of the practical clinician. Indeed, as Addis ested in underlying principles may be described as the points out, the complexity of modern diagnosis and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

The Teaching of Clinical Medicine

JAMA , Volume 323 (1) – Jan 7, 2020

The Teaching of Clinical Medicine

Abstract

JAMA Revisited January 3, 1920 required to demonstrate his ability to do laboratory research. True, there are those who possess the characteristics of both types, but they are exceptional. The details concerned in the study and treatment of disease have become more and more Teachers of technical subjects naturally fall into one of two complicated as our theoretical knowledge has increased. groups: first, the type whose interests lie mainly in the New principles and new methods are constantly...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2020 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2019.13246
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Abstract

JAMA Revisited January 3, 1920 required to demonstrate his ability to do laboratory research. True, there are those who possess the characteristics of both types, but they are exceptional. The details concerned in the study and treatment of disease have become more and more Teachers of technical subjects naturally fall into one of two complicated as our theoretical knowledge has increased. groups: first, the type whose interests lie mainly in the New principles and new methods are constantly being dis- philosophic aspects of the subject taught, and second, covered by the investigator, and new applications of these the type who think of problems in terms of the individual. principles and methods to clinical work are continually being As Addis has recently pointed out, this is true of clinical made. This has caused a great increase in the routine work medicine, and it is equally true of clinical surgery or of any involved in the study of a given case and has greatly compli- other clinical subject. Some clinicians who are mainly inter- cated the task of the practical clinician. Indeed, as Addis ested in underlying principles may be described as the points out, the complexity of modern diagnosis and

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Published: Jan 7, 2020

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