A taxonomy of community-based medical education
The authors propose a classification of community-based education (CBE) as it is implemented all over the world. To create this taxonomy, they used reports in the literature of 31 active programs in many locations. A CBE program is an instructional program carried out in a community context, outside the academic hospital. The authors distinguish between programs that are developed primarily to provide services to an underserved community; programs that have a research focus; and programs that have as their primary goal the (clinical) training of students. These three major types can be subdivided in six minor types, among them community development programs, health intervention programs, and simple community-exposure programs.
|Keywords||Community Medicine/*classification/*education, Curriculum, Education, Medical/*methods, Humans, Medically Underserved Area, Research|
Schmidt, H.G., & Mohi Eldin, M.E.M.. (2000). A taxonomy of community-based medical education. Academic Medicine, 75(7), 699–707. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/2879