“If you believe that the broad aim of clinical instruction is about teaching medical procedures, you’re wrong. Whether an attending, a faculty member, or a another type of clinical instructor, believing this can hinder the learning process.”

Even though UMI published the first edition nearly two decades ago, Gary DePaul’s research findings and implications are even more relevant today.
From interviews with family-practice specialists from the Carle Clinic Association, Dr. DePaul discovered certain training techniques to be more effective at building specialty-interest area expertise while responsibly protecting patient safety and care. In addition, he discovered how a three-way, interlocking dilemma influences how specialists develop their specialty-interest area.
New in the second edition:
  • Preface and Introduction to the second edition
  • New chapter structure
  • Content improvements to readability and corrections
  • Glossary of terms

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About the Author

“I help professionals become more effective at helping others develop.”

Gary A. DePaul is an expert on how leadership is radically changing. He has two decades of experience as a practitioner and scholar of leadership, has worked as a manager in fortune 500 companies, and advises organizations to improve leadership practices.

He completed his Ph.D. and Ed.M. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and a bachelor’s degree at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). ISPI has designated him as a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT).


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