Offering a practical, six-step approach to effective survey design, delivery, and analysis, Survey Methods for Medical and Health Professions Education provides a real-world framework for successful research and evaluation using surveys. Focused on medical and other health professional education research, this unique text features quick-reference checklists, high-yield explanations, and case examples throughout, making it both a foundational reference and a go-to resource for all health professions educators and researchers who use surveys.
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Dr. Phillips is a clinician researcher, practicing in the fields of emergency medicine and critical care while also leading a wide array of medical education research. He is an adjunct assistant professor at Uniformed Services University, an associate editor of the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, and the founder and editor-in-chief of the first medical education platform to leverage artificial intelligence, EM Coach. He has advanced the bar of expectation for survey research methods with several seminal studies and articles in the field, leading to the creation of Survey Methods for Medical and Health Professionals Education.
A Professor of Medicine and Pathology; Director, Graduate Programs in Health Professions Education (HPE); Director, Introduction to Clinical Reasoning Course at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and Deputy Editor for Research for Academic Medicine, Dr. Durning is devoted to improving medical and health professions education and is considered a global leader in clinical reasoning. He is a prolific researcher and writer and is currently working on another book with Elsevier (recently Transmitted to Production) on how to carry out survey-based research in clinical education.
Professor of Medicine and Pathology, Uniformed Services University of the Heatlh Sciences, Bethesda, MD
A Professor of Health and Human Function; Interim Associate Dean for Evaluation and Educational Research at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and Deputy Editor for the Journal of Graduate Medical Education, Dr. Artino is a global leader in medical and health professions education. His most highly cited works are a blend of research and education articles on topics ranging from analyzing and interpreting Likert-type data, understanding academic motivation and self-regulated learning among medical students and practicing physicians, measuring long-term physician outcomes, and developing surveys for educational research and evaluation. He has published more than 200 scientific articles and book chapters over the past decade.
Professor of Health and Human Function, The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Washington, District of Columbia
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