and Personal Statements for Health Professionals, 2nd ed.
W. Tysinger, Ph.D.
W. Tysinger, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department
of Family and Community Medicine where I serve as director of faculty
development and associate director of medical student education.
He previously taught at both the University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center in Dallas and at the University of Arizona Health
his current position, he co-directs the third-year family practice
clerkship, and directs the department's faculty development fellowship.
He also presents sessions on "Preparing for the USMLE Step
1" and "Preparing for the Third Year" to all the
school's third-year medical students. He also presents "Preparing
Residency Applications Materials" and "Interviewing Strategies"
to the fourth-year students.
Tysinger serves on the steering committee of the Society of Teachers
of Family Medicine' Group on Faculty Development, and will soon
have articles published on writing problem-based learning cases
and on developing surveys.
the past year, Dr. Tysinger gave a jam-packed session, "Developing
and Effective CV and Personal Statement," at the National Conference
of Family Practice Residents and Students in Kansas City.
should contact Dr. Jim Tysinger through Galen Press, Ltd., (520)
577-8363; fax (520) 529-6459; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Galen Press, Ltd., Tucson, AZ