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MedEdWorld News provides medical education updates on the latest developments, awards, and projects. It includes reports from medical education events and news from organisations. Members of the MedEdWorld Community make contributions.

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Facial recognition to help students learn

Jun 07, 2017

A business school in Paris will soon begin using artificial intelligence and facial analysis to determine whether students are paying attention in class. The software, called Nestor, will be used in two online classes at the ESG business school beginning in September.

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Poll Results: Do you read a journal devoted to medical education?

Jun 06, 2017

The MedEdWorld poll in the last newsletter asked: Do you read a journal devoted to medical education?

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The VR Doctor: Gamification, Education & The Possible VR Future Of Healthcare

Jun 06, 2017

NHS doctor and VRFocus contributor Dr. Raphael Olaiya discusses VR's role in healthcare as part of a video essay on the subject.

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Project ECHO: "a collaborative model of medical education that builds relationships among a team of interdisciplinary specialists"

Jun 05, 2017

Primary care providers throughout New Jersey will be able to increase their capacity to effectively screen and treat patients with diabetes, thyroid, metabolic bone or pituitary disease by participating in the newly launched Robert Wood Johnson Partners Project ECHO for Complex Endocrinology.

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GP Strategies: From Pikachu to Patients: The Rise of Augmented Reality

Jun 01, 2017

The phenomenon of Pokémon Go helped to register in public consciousness the existence and potential of AR technologies, even though their use in training and commercial applications goes back to the late 1990s.

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Inside Higher ED: "Why Haven't MOOCs Eliminated Any Professors?"

Jun 01, 2017

The evidence is in. More robots equals fewer jobs. If MOOCs are a sort of robot, then why haven’t the MOOC robots taken the faculty jobs?

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The use of simulation in a childrens' rehabilitation hospital

May 24, 2017

“Our hope is to continue to inspire, enable and support all members of the Holland Bloorview community to use simulation to serve their unique departmental goals and organizational priorities.”

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Post-conference details on the International Conference on Surgical Education and Training

May 24, 2017

The International Conference on Surgical Education and Training (ICOSET) 2017 took place in May this month in Adelaide, Australia.

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