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MedEdWorld Spring 2017 Webinar Archives

The Spring 2017 MedEdWorld Webinar Series has concluded. However, a huge selection of archives is available.

Webinar archives are available to MedEdWorld and AMEE members only. When members...

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Courses
Courses

MSc in Medical Leadership

This postgraduate masters’ degree qualification (MSc) is a CPD accredited course, taught at RCP London, which can be completed in 3–5 years. This is a cumulative programme and early exit with a Certificate (after year one) or Diploma (after year two) is possible. There are 12 contact days in both the Certificate level and Diploma level of the course allowing likeminded professionals to network and learn from others’ experiences.

The RCP has access to some of today’s most eminent leaders in healthcare who collaborate with the teaching staff to deliver real-life case studies and guest speaker sessions. These case studies are presented throughout the modules, by postgraduate deans, medical directors and hospital chief executives, putting the academic content into a clinical context. In addition, guest speakers talk honestly about a current or recent issue in their roles, and promote discussion and awareness of the real problems in medical leadership allowing for insight into their personal career paths and leadership experiences.

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Publications
Publications

Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher

Essential Skills for a Medical Teacher is a perfect introduction for new teachers to the exciting opportunities facing them, whether they are working in undergraduate, postgraduate or continuing educa...

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Conferences
Conferences

CENTILE Conference 2017, Washington, DC

This conference is being co-hosted by the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) and MedStar Health.

The goal of the con...

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Reflections
Reflections

HARDEN'S BLOG: Thoughts from IAMSE in Burlington, How to evaluate the flipped classroom, a problem in applying information and more

In his latest blog Professor Harden gives his thoughts on returning from IAMSE in Burlington, how to evaluate the flipped classroom, the problem in applying information, the errors often made regarding an effective learning strategy and more.

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Medical Education Expert: Increased Caps on Hours for Interns Strikes Balance to Promote Patient Care

The ACGME released its latest work limits for first-year interns on March 10, voting to eliminate a 16-hour working cap and instead allow up to 24 hours.

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Faculty Development: Affirming Global Connections and Advancing Diversity

The 4th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions takes place from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th August in Helsinki, Finland, as a preconference event to AMEE 2017.

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As rational thinking is important in medicine and can now be measured, should it be assessed as part of the selection process for medical studies?
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