Residents Report on the Importance of an Undergraduate End of Life Interclerkship
AuthorsKadish, Stacey J.
Zanetti, Mary L.
Sefton, Laura A.
Barrett, Susan V.
Clive, David M.
Jonassen, Julie A.
Pugnaire, Michele P.
UMass Chan AffiliationsOffice of Ethics
Department of Physiology
Department of Medicine
Office of Admissions
Office of Educational Affairs, Division of Research and Evaluation
KeywordsEducation, Medical, Undergraduate
Internship and Residency
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research
Medicine and Health Sciences
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AbstractDoes the perceived value of a third year End of Life (EOL) Interclerkship change after medical students complete their first year of residency? Several research studies indicate students’ perceptions about specific learning experiences change after graduating from medical school. The value that medical students put on their education of end of life issues increases after they leave medical school. This finding highlights the importance of teaching end of life issues to undergraduate medical students. Presented at the AAMC (Association of American Colleges) Annual Meeting, RIME (Research in Medical Education) Program, November 2006.
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