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University of Portland School of Nursing creates two new Masters programmes

Dec 04, 2016

The University of Portland School of Nursing master’s program is expanding its Master of Science degree options at the University of Portland to include an Innovation in Health Systems and Quality and Safety in Health Systems Program which will go into effect Fall of 2017.

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Sony's thoughts on the benefits of elearning at BETT 2017*

Dec 02, 2016

Sony have revealed details of the direction in which they aim to assist development of education by combining the still up-and-coming field of elearning with a real-world environment.

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AAMC: Grace Huang, MD, Named Editor-in-Chief of MedEdPORTAL

Dec 01, 2016

Following a nationwide search, Grace Huang, MD, has been named editor-in-chief of MedEdPORTAL, a free, open-access publication covering health professions education.

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The evolution of medical education in Nevada

Dec 01, 2016

In November, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Medicine began accepting applications and interviewing students who will start their medical school education in summer 2017. That sounds like good news – and it is – because of Nevada’s severe shortage of physicians.

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Simulation app allows medical students to practice procedures on handheld devices

Nov 28, 2016

A video game developer is leading Level EX, a start-up aiming to allow medical students and doctors to practice minimally invasive surgical procedures on their phones and tablet devices through an app

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Should students be compelled to attend lectures?

Nov 21, 2016

A short article by Jack Grove in Times Higher Education (20 October 2016, p16) presents the case for and against compelling students to attend lectures.

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Poll Results: Do students play an active part in the curriculum committee in your institution?

Nov 18, 2016

The MedEdWorld poll of early November this year asked: Do students play an active part in the curriculum committee in your institution?

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Medical Training Augmented by Virtual Reality

Nov 17, 2016

VR/AR learning is valuable in a wide spectrum of healthcare disciplines. Virtual-reality models can simulate an endless range of cause-and-effect circumstances to test and shape the range of a student’s knowledge

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