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The use of the OSCE in Lithuania

Sep 13, 2017

OSKE: Objektyvus Strudkturinis Klinikinis Egzaminas is a Lithuanian booklet detailing the importance of the OSCE to the curriculum

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Study finds Philly medical students benefit from art observation

Sep 06, 2017

Learning how to observe and analyze works of art could improve the descriptive ability and diagnostic skills of future clinicians, according to new research from the University of Pennsylvania, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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State school medical students lead the way at graduations

Sep 05, 2017

Medical students from state schools are nearly twice as likely to graduate in the top 10 per cent of their class as students from independent schools, according to a new study.

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The VR Doctor: The World’s First Accredited VR Assisted Emergency Life Support Course

Sep 04, 2017

Dr. Raphael Olaiya, "The VR Doctor", has released the world's first accredited Virtual Reality Assisted Emergency Life Support course and looks to further develop the use of VR in medical education.

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STAT: "Medical education needs to adapt to students’ learning styles"

Sep 04, 2017

Every medical student has a style of learning that works best for him or her, and each one is most likely to succeed in mastering new concepts and material when using that style.

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Stanford’s new Center for Health Education could benefit learners worldwide

Sep 01, 2017

Stanford University will launch a new Center for Health Education on Sept. 1, providing online teaching tools for a variety of learners worldwide

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Pioneering Population Health in Medical Education

Aug 17, 2017

Hospitals and Health Network: "Medical schools need to do more than "check off the boxes" when it comes to incorporating population health in medical education"

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Online education enhances administration of blood clot-preventing medications

Aug 17, 2017

A year-long study funded by the Patient-Centred Outcomes Research Institute suggests that a well-designed online education programme decreases nonadministration of necessary blood thinners, which in turn decreases the likelihood of lethal blood clots in hospitals.

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