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Teaching and Learning in Medicine

Title Abbreviation
Teach Learn Med
Electronic ISSN
Academics, Clinicians, Educators, Health Scientists, Researchers, Residents
TLM is an international, forum for scholarship on teaching and learning in the health professions. Its international scope reflects the common challenge faced by all medical educators: fostering the development of capable, well-rounded, and continuous learners prepared to practice in a complex, high-stakes, and ever-changing clinical environment. TLM's contributors and readership comprise behavioral scientists and health care practitioners, signaling the value of integrating diverse perspectives into a comprehensive understanding of learning and performance. The journal seeks to provide the theoretical foundations and practical analysis needed for effective educational decision making in such areas as admissions, instructional design and delivery, performance assessment, remediation, technology-assisted instruction, diversity management, and faculty development, among others. TLM's scope includes all levels of medical education, from premedical to postgraduate and continuing medical education, with articles published in the following categories: Groundwork, Validation, Investigations, Educational Case Reports, Observations.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO)
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - US
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