Round table ... management development.

Boufford, J. I., Hunter, D., Wall, A., & Glascott, F.

Publication year

1993

Journal title

The Health service journal

Volume

103

Issue

5366

Page(s)

20-22
Abstract
Management development in the NHS has reached a hiatus, yet there are no apparent moves from the centre to address this. The Journal brought together senior figures from the four dedicated management development providers in an informal round table discussion, chaired by Rob MacLachlan, to open the debate.

Patients in municipal hospitals awaiting an alternate level of care.

Rothenberg, E., Berson, A., Cunningham, L., Brill, M. F., Kleinbart, S., & Boufford, J. I.

Publication year

1984

Journal title

Pride Institute journal of long term home health care

Volume

3

Issue

1

Page(s)

13-19

Team care: learning to pull together.

Boufford, J.

Publication year

1980

Journal title

The Internist

Volume

21

Issue

9

Page(s)

13-15

Federally Supported Primary Care Training Programs and Pediatric Careers

Shelov, S. P., Alpert, J. J., Rayman, I., Straus, J. H., Fallon, S., & Boufford, J.

Publication year

1987

Journal title

American Journal of Diseases of Children

Volume

141

Issue

1

Page(s)

65-66

Primary care: Graduate medical education

Boufford, J. I.

Publication year

1992

Journal title

Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine: Journal of Urban Health

Volume

68

Issue

2

Page(s)

193-206

An integrated clinical correlation course in the neurosciences for first-year medical students

Talalla, A., Boufford, J. I., & Lass, S. L.

Publication year

1974

Journal title

Academic Medicine

Volume

49

Issue

3

Page(s)

253-263

An integrated clinical correlation course in the neurosciences for first-year medical students

Talalla, A., Boufford, J. I., & Lass, S. L.

Publication year

1974

Journal title

Journal of Medical Education

Volume

49

Issue

3

Page(s)

253-263
Abstract
An increasing number of medical schools are undertaking substantial curricular revisions embodying such concepts as small-group teaching, early patient contact, and active student participation in the learning process-all within the organ-system approach to learning. One system that seems to be especially suited to the new approach is that of the neurosciences. A clinical correlation course in the neurosciences was conducted for freshman medical students at the University of Southern California in 1970. Twenty-three instructors, all practicing clinicians and most of them neurosurgeons, provided small-group experiences for the 98 students during the seven-week course. This report contains a description of the design, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of the course and of the major factors which contributed to its successful outcome. The evaluation data provide some interesting insights into this teaching-learning process that are applicable to many educational experiences.

Models for increasing access: strengthening community health centers & a national health service corps.

Boufford, J. I.

Publication year

1990

Journal title

Journal of health care for the poor and underserved

Volume

1

Issue

1

Page(s)

107-115 discussion 123

How federal laws are made--and what we should be doing about it.

Boufford, J.

Publication year

1982

Journal title

Journal of the American Medical Women's Association

Volume

37

Issue

5

Page(s)

115-117

Offshore medical school graduates - a view from the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Boufford, J. I.

Publication year

1984

Journal title

New York State Journal of Medicine

Volume

84

Issue

7

Page(s)

358-360
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