Clinical Instruction

  • Frank T. Stritter
  • Richard M. Baker
  • Edward J. Shahady


This chapter suggests a model that can inform the clinical instruction of medical students and house officers. It also provides exercises useful in teaching that model to clinical instructors.


Medical Student Ambulatory Care Clinical Instruction Strongly Agree House Officer 
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  • Frank T. Stritter
  • Richard M. Baker
  • Edward J. Shahady

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