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What Is Case Files: Teaching Cases Collection?
Also known as Teaching Case Files, this collection of unique, real-life patient scenarios from McGraw-Hill Education offers the best-selling teaching cases content in an interactive format. Updated regularly, this comprehensive case collection helps students learn and apply basic science and clinical medicine concepts in the context of realistic patient cases.
Teaching Case Files can help students at all levels excel in coursework and in clinical rotations and allow faculty to include clinical cases into their digital curricula.
Teaching Case Files is an unrivaled collection of peer reviewed clinical cases designed specifically for active teaching and learning. The collection will feature 100 clinical, peer-reviewed cases covered in medical curricula and knowledge comprehension and assessment taken from the United Stated Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) outline.
Teaching Case Files is grounded in high quality pedagogy to include concept mapping and cross-referencing. Our collection of cases spans the curriculum, and each case has multiple components designed to support contextual learning.
Teaching Case Files collection integrates basic sciences with clinical exposure to align with increasingly integrated 4-year medical curricula. Essential concepts are woven into the cases, including:
In Teaching Case Files, there are three user types each with a different login. The user types are the admin, instructor (faculty), and student described below. Each user type may sign in to Teaching Case Files.
Dr. Eugene Toy is the creator of the bestselling Case Files series and the Case Files: Teaching Cases digital platform. He is Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, and Assistant Dean for Educational Programs at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
In this interview he discusses case-based learning, why he created Case Files: Teaching Cases, and how students and instructors can benefit from the platform.
The Teaching Case Files Author Team includes Dr. Eugene Toy, Editor in Chief. All case authors are content experts, including physicians, scientists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who are also recognized medical educators. The complete list of authors and reviewers can be viewed from the Teaching Case Files Author Team page.
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