John Spencer mainly focuses on Medical education, MEDLINE, Teaching method, Qualitative research and Curriculum. The Professional development research he does as part of his general Medical education study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Context, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Teaching method research incorporates elements of Empathy and Ethnic group.
His studies deal with areas such as Interpersonal communication, Patient participation and Self-assessment as well as Qualitative research. His work in Curriculum addresses issues such as Nursing, which are connected to fields such as Social skills, Empirical research, Medical psychology and Underserved Population. His studies examine the connections between Educational program and genetics, as well as such issues in Higher education, with regards to Health education, Facilitator and Subspecialty.
His primary areas of investigation include Medical education, Nursing, Family medicine, Curriculum and Teaching method. John Spencer mostly deals with Professional development in his studies of Medical education. His Nursing study incorporates themes from Health care, Primary care and General practice.
His research integrates issues of Patient satisfaction and Empathy in his study of Family medicine. His work deals with themes such as Cultural diversity, Preparedness, Ethnic group and Cohort, which intersect with Curriculum. His Teaching method study combines topics in areas such as Higher education and Problem-based learning.
Medical education, MEDLINE, Family medicine, Preparedness and Nursing are his primary areas of study. He merges many fields, such as Medical education and Service user, in his writings. His research in MEDLINE intersects with topics in Intervention, Social science, Professional development and Social media.
He has included themes like Problem-based learning and Health professionals in his Family medicine study. His study focuses on the intersection of Preparedness and fields such as Cohort with connections in the field of Curriculum, Integrated curriculum and Response rate. His Nursing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Self care, Action, Patient participation, Public engagement and Personal development.
John Spencer mainly investigates Medical education, MEDLINE, Curriculum, Preparedness and Experiential learning. His Medical education study combines topics in areas such as Library science and Health professionals. His MEDLINE study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Enthusiasm.
His studies in Curriculum integrate themes in fields like Medical psychology, Learning theory and Cohort. His Preparedness research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cross-sectional study, Qualitative research and Self-assessment. His work carried out in the field of Experiential learning brings together such families of science as Professional development, Faculty development, Intervention, Behavior change and Study Characteristics.
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A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to improve teaching effectiveness in medical education: BEME Guide No. 8.
Yvonne Steinert;Karen Mann;Angel Centeno;Diana Dolmans.
Medical Teacher (2006)
Learner centred approaches in medical education
John A Spencer;Reg K Jordan.
How can experience in clinical and community settings contribute to early medical education? A BEME systematic review.
Tim Dornan;Sonia Littlewood;Stephen A. Margolis;Albert Scherpbier.
Medical Teacher (2006)
Learning and teaching in the clinical environment
The nominal group technique: a research tool for general practice?
Morris Gallagher;Tim Hares;John Spencer;Colin Bradshaw.
Family Practice (1993)
Early practical experience and the social responsiveness of clinical education: systematic review
Sonia Littlewood;Valmae Ypinazar;Stephen A Margolis;Albert Scherpbier.
A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to enhance teaching effectiveness: A 10-year update: BEME Guide No. 40
Yvonne Steinert;Karen Mann;Brownell Anderson;Bonnie Maureen Barnett.
Medical Teacher (2016)
Patient-oriented learning: a review of the role of the patient in the education of medical students
John Spencer;David Blackmore;Sam Heard;Peter McCrorie.
Medical Education (2000)
Clarifying the concepts of confidence and competence to produce appropriate self‐evaluation measurement scales
Jane Stewart;Catherine O’Halloran;J Roger Barton;Stephen J Singleton.
Medical Education (2000)
Patients as teachers: a qualitative study of patients' views on their role in a community-based undergraduate project.
Rosie Stacy;John Spencer.
Medical Education (1999)
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