Department of Medicine; Meyers Primary Care Institute
Medical Subject Headings
Education, Medical, Undergraduate; Clinical Clerkship; Writing
Health Services Research | Medical Education | Primary Care
During the last decade, medical schools have turned to writing exercises as a means for encouraging students to reflect on their learning experiences during clinical clerkships. The reasons for the increased popularity of reflective writing are broad. Approaches to encouraging reflective writing are quite varied. Recently, three internal medicine clerkships (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine, and University of Massachusetts Medical School) independently implemented reflective writing activities in the clerkship curriculum.
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Citation: Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Insight 2007;5(1):12-13. Link to article on publisher's website
Cifu, Adam S.; Fischer, Melissa A.; Harrell, Heather E.; and Alper, Eric J., "Incorporating Reflective Writing into the Clerkship" (2007). Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations. 417.