Regular encounters of patients and medical students in a managed and structured consultation format, to focus on partnership in health care and chronic illness management, can address the student learning and professional development requirements facing contemporary medical education.
To engage and maintain such a strategy demands commitment and a belief in
Graduate medical education about Tourette Syndrome does not typically focus on understanding the perspectives and perceptions of individuals with the condition.
Explore the impact of patient-centered, patient-led education programs on participant knowledge and empathy for patients.
Seventy-nine medical residents and students at five training sites in New Jersey attended patient-led presentations. Results