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Bringing innovative education to emergency medicine: A Q&A with a doctor/filmmaker

Apr 05, 2017

What do immersive simulations, filmmaking and emergency medicine have in common?

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Survey: Gaps in Transgender Medical Training

Apr 05, 2017

Nearly all family physicians received only three or fewer hours of training for transgender care, according to a recent survey of military physicians.

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South-Florida Medical Training Company Introduces Virtual Memberships

Apr 05, 2017

South Florida–based Continuing Medical Education company, Empire Medical Training, is announcing the introduction of virtual memberships. Members can now go through training remotely with this convenient option.

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Medical schools in Alberta, Canada adapt curriculum to better serve community needs in response to opioid crisis

Apr 05, 2017

A problem in the local population means it’s a problem for the curriculum to cover, says the University of Alberta’s associate dean of medical education

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Poll Results: How much attention are LGBTQ issues given in your institution?

Apr 04, 2017

The MedEdWorld poll in the last newsletter asked: How much attention are LGBTQ issues given in your institution?

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Orlando VA Simulation Center hosted IMSH workshop

Mar 24, 2017

IMSH held its first immersive course offering in mental health simulation with a focus on PTSD. The event was led by Nancy McNaughton, PhD, a simulation educator who specializes in mental health simulation.

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Virtual Reality for Medical Imaging Education

Mar 23, 2017

Using virtual reality with medical imaging can provide medical students with a hands-on form of education and experience with the processes of medical imaging technology.

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University of Louisville School of Medicine Leads the United States in LGBT Competency Training Faculty Development

Mar 21, 2017

the eQuality Project – an interdisciplinary effort at the University of Louisville established to ensure that individuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender-nonconforming or born with differences of sex development (DSD) receive the best possible healthcare.

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