Internet Resources for Curriculum Development in Medical Education

An Annotated Bibliography

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  • Received from the Department of Medicine (PAT, DEK), Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Md.

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Abstract

Curriculum development in medical education should be a methodical and scholarly, yet practical process that addresses the needs of trainees, patients, and society. To be maximally efficient and effective, it should build upon previous work and use existing resources. A conventional search of the literature is necessary, but insufficient for this purpose. The internet provides a rich source of information and materials. This bibliography is a guide to internet resources that are of use to curriculum developers, organized into 1) medical accreditation bodies, 2) topic-oriented resources, 3) general educational resources within medicine, and 4) general education resources beyond medicine.

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