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Technologies shaping our future: The 2012 Higher Education Edition of the NMC Horizon Report

Jun 07, 2012

This report describes findings from a ten year research project to identify emerging technologies likely to have an impact on higher education.

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TED Launches new website

Jun 06, 2012

The nonprofit group called TED has launched a website and process to develop and disseminate great education. TED-Ed will “capture and amplify the voice of the world's greatest teachers” by assisting in the creation of 10 minute educational videos.

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E-learning research projects funded in health sciences

Jun 05, 2012

Kings College London has recently funded several projects researching aspects of e-learning in health sciences through its College Technology-Enhanced Learning Fund. The aim of this scheme is to transform teaching practice through the use of learning technologies.

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A review of, Reflection in/and Writing: Pedagogy and Practice in Medical Education, by Prof Davinder P S Sandhu

Jun 01, 2012

Prof Davinder P S Sandhu reviews, Reflection in/and Writing: Pedagogy and Practice in Medical Education, published in the May 2012 issue of Medical Education. Prof Sandhu recommends this article to medical educators as well as students.

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The requirement for bioscience knowledge in medical education

May 29, 2012

The recent 100-year anniversary of the Flexner review and the release of the Australian Medical Education Study have stimulated vigorous debate about the role of bioscience knowledge in medical education. The debate is defined by two questions, does bioscience learning assist in educating medical students to become competent doctors, and, if so, what are the most effective teaching and learning methods to facilitate this outcome? Both questions are addressed in this article that has been published in the MJA’s most recent journal.

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May issue of Medical Teacher offers free access to a selection of BEME guides

May 28, 2012

The May 2012 issue of Medical Teacher features free access to a selection of BEME guides offered as web papers.

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AMSA welcomes discussion on medical training at the AMA's 50th Anniversary National Conference

May 25, 2012

Discussions at the Australian Medical Association’s (AMA) 50th Anniversary National Conference have addressed important issues in medical training. Medical training is considered to be one of the most important issues facing the Australian healthcare sector.

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THE MEDICAL DOCTOR IN 2050: The future of Medical education in a world congress in Padova

May 24, 2012

A Declaration containing the guidelines for planning in the field of medical education in the next 2 to 3 decades will be undersigned in Padua, Italy: it will be produced in the light of the new roles medical doctors will be asked to undertake in the future social, political and healthcare context.

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