teaching rounds

teaching rounds

informal conferences held regularly, often at the beginning of the day. Various members of the department and staff may attend, including nurses, residents, interns, students, attending physicians, and faculty. Specific problems in the care of current patients, as well as case presentation of patients with specific diseases, are discussed. See also nursing rounds.

teaching rounds,

n.pl See rounds.
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Third, the hospital should arrange regular teaching rounds for complicated cases.
I heard some doctors have been discussing it during teaching rounds with their residents, or during case-discussion conferences.
Teaching rounds, journal clubs, and reading current urological literature were found to be les helpful.
These teaching rounds provide preservice teachers the opportunity to first observe expert practice through either live teaching or video examples and debrief these experiences with peers, faculty, and school-based teacher educators.
Colleagues encountered on supply teaching rounds include a husband and wife team both declared redundant in separate regional colleges, a redundant university lecturer in archaeology, and in particular three young men with PhDs in the sciences who cannot even obtain a temporary post in a school.
During our bedside teaching rounds they discuss pain control and
When distinguished clinical teachers in medicine listen to case presentations during teaching rounds, they first diagnose the patient's problem, then assess the learner's needs, and finally provide targeted instruction to the learner's point of need.
And today, in many major institutions, a pharmacist or two accompanies the attending physicians on teaching rounds and they are depended on to offer advice about choice of medication and dosages.
The Nursing Forum has continued its activities throughout the year, with organised teaching rounds, journal clubs and workshops held in various centres around the country.
Many GPs in the area availed themselves of his encouragement to attend his teaching rounds for registrars to keep up to date with clinical medicine.
In their discussion of the learning climate, Kroenke and Omori (6) state that fear of appearing ignorant in front of a patient is one of the concerns of physicians when they have to examine patients during teaching rounds.

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