Forging a New Path
Points of interest from the 2019 annual meeting of the Association of Pathology Chairs
Michael Schubert | | Quick Read
How can we help undergraduate medical students achieve their potential – in pathology and beyond? Alan Rampy presents an integrated curriculum, tested at his institution, that includes case-based learning, student feedback, and PILLARS: professionalism, inquiry, learning, and leadership through active research and synthesis. Robin LeGallo further explores how to assist a struggling student by identifying the problem and developing a plan that includes deliberate practice, feedback, and self-assessment. How can educators promote success? By giving students permission to change, presenting reasonable challenges, setting an expectation of growth, providing connections to faculty and peers, and offering them choice.
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