An assessment of 15 yearsʼ experience in using videotape review in a family practice residency Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Videotechnology provides a new vehicle to augment experiential learning in medical education. This report is an assessment of 15 years' experience in the use of videotape review in a family practice residency program, and identifies a number of specific issues and principles that were found useful to faculty in the development of teaching strategies when using this technique. The strength and potential benefits of videotape review in medical education are discussed.

publication date

  • January 1991