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Teaching from the Classroom to the Clinic
Sharad Jain, MD, center, works with medical resident Kavita Radhakrishna in the General Medicine Clinic at San Fracisco General Hospital and Trauma Center. Photo by Cindy Chew
What makes a good teacher? When it comes to dealing with life and death, a great teacher looks beyond the classroom to empower students who will be making critical decisions. Here are some ways that's happening at UC San Francisco.
To prepare the next generation of health care providers, many faculty are moving away from rote memorization and toward a more immersive, hands-on approach to teaching. UCSF's faculty have embraced a range of new methods from facilitating experiential learning by visiting vulnerable patients’ in their homes to replacing lectures with hands-on practice labs.
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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Karen Hauer MD as the Associate Dean for Competency Assessment and Professional Standards for the UCSF School of Medicine undergraduate medical education program. This is a reclassification of her existing role as Director of Student Assessment, in recognition of the contributions she has made in that position and the added responsibilities that are now necessary given advances in the field and redesign of the UCSF School of Medicine education curriculum. She will join our outstanding educational team to ensure that UCSF recruits, educates and graduates a diverse, talented, committed and competent cohort of medical students each year.