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Ethicon Announces Strategic Collaboration With Touch Surgery To Evolve Medical Education

Aug 24, 2016

Ethicon, Inc. announces a strategic collaboration with Touch Surgery to help improve patient outcomes by delivering simulated surgical training based on the safe and efficacious use of Ethicon products in a free mobile app that can reach medical professionals in even remote regions of the world.

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Poll Results: Have you considered the use of threshold concepts in your curriculum?

Aug 08, 2016

The MedEdWorld poll of July this year asked: Have you considered the use of threshold concepts in your curriculum?

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University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine Launches New Curriculum to Train the Doctors of the Future

Aug 02, 2016

In an effort to enhance the quality of their graduates, the development of a new medical education curriculum is to be introduced to the University of California, San Francisco.

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AMEE President Professor Trudie Roberts visiting Centre for Medical Education in Lodz

Jul 28, 2016

The AMEE President Professor Trudie Roberts visited Centre for Medical Education of the Medical University in Lodz on July 25-28, 2016 to present lectures and workshops for the university faculty and students.

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What can history teach us about psychiatry?

Jul 21, 2016

This week saw the launch of the first of two series of weekly podcasts on the History of Psychiatry in Britain since the Renaissance, recorded by Prof Rab Houston at the University of St Andrews. The series of 44 podcasts is available free of charge and without registration.

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GP trainees report higher satisfaction than other specialties

Jul 19, 2016

GP trainees self-report slightly higher satisfaction than the average rate among UK medical trainees, results from a comprehensive GMC survey of doctors in postgraduate training has revealed.

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Systematic underfunding of GPs is driving up the NHS deficit, new research shows

Jul 19, 2016

Systematic underinvestment in general practice and district nursing, coupled with deep cuts to social care, are the main factors driving financial meltdown in the NHS, according to landmark research by primary care academics.

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What is the price of physician stress and burnout?

Jul 14, 2016

Burnout is a clinical syndrome characterized by loss of enthusiasm for work, feelings of cynicism, as well as a low sense of personal accomplishment. What is the cost of this to the physician?

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