The goal of medical education #meded. I started medical school in 1971 (yes 46 years ago). ... UASOM. He still makes inpatient rounds over 100 days each year. This post originally appeared at his blog, db's Medical Rants.
One of the important goals of ACPNet is to bring continuing medical education into the clinic and support the learning process in the patient-centered medical home (PCMH).
So, how does medical education need to transform? In more ways than one, it turns out. ... Technology. There was a lot of discussion about technology to boost medical education.
Informal learning and its moral for medical education. We wonder about how technology impacts education and whether it makes educators forget pedagogy as they eagerly incorporate the latest shiny toy or ... This post originally appeared at Technology in
Perhaps equally important, however, our close patient interactions frequently produce perspectives and relationships that, for all the suffering and death, and the challenging medical and social situations, allow us to participate ... But before pushing
Social media as an advantage in medical education. At a recent AAMC meeting, Alex Djuricich, MD, FACP, (@MedPedsDoctor), Terry Kind, MD, (@Kind4Kids), and I presented a workshop that dealt with using ... Social Media/Twitter in our roles as medical
QD: News Every Day--Intense testing, year-long clinical rotation led to better medical education. ... school create new ways to train physicians without the need to adhere to many of the traditional guidelines of the Accreditation Council of Graduate
Amid the busyness of residency training, one thing quickly becomes clear: A majority of our education comes from our peers. ... Conferences, didactics, individual reading and simulations all have discrete places within graduate medical education.
Mentoring in medical education takes its cue from the movies. A big part of medical education is mentoring. ... Her education and research focus is on resident duty hours, patient handoffs, medical professionalism, and quality of hospital care.
Coaching doctors as they continue their medical education. The New Yorker had a story, Personal Best, by Atul Gawande, MD. ... This article interests me at several levels. First, it's really about graduate medical education, and how doctors might