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Reflections

The AMEE MedEdWorld Reflections area was a space in which MedEdWorld members could share their thoughts on medical education practices and their experiences of recently attended conferences, courses and workshops.

With the publication of AMEE’s new journal AMEE MedEdPublish it seemed more appropriate that reflections were published in this journal either as an opinion piece/commentary or as a letter. AMEE members can publish in MedEdPublish at no charge (www.MedEdPublish.org).

MedEdPublish will continue to be a source of information about news items in medical education, conferences attended, papers published and new books relating to medical education. Harden’s Blog will continue to be published in MedEdWorld

HARDEN'S BLOG: Thoughts from IAMSE in Burlington, How to evaluate the flipped classroom, a problem in applying information and more

Jun 22, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden gives his thoughts on returning from IAMSE in Burlington, how to evaluate the flipped classroom, the problem in applying information, the errors often made regarding an effective learning strategy and more.

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The “angle” of published papers, “transversal competencies” and our avoidance of difficult discussions

Jun 07, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden asks what is your angle when writing a paper, whether you are familiar with "transversal competencies" and whether medical educators avoid difficult conversations.

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HARDEN'S BLOG: Gaining a student's perspective, the use of concept maps, and the benefits of post-publication review

May 22, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses a teacher's eye-opening experience gaining a student's perspective, the use of concept maps in a curriculum and the benefits of post-publication review

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HARDEN'S BLOG: What makes an Excellent Teacher?, the problems with Facebook and more

May 03, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses the question of what makes an excellent teacher, the problems with Facebook and the matter of students and research.

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HARDEN'S BLOG: 12th IMEC, Access to closed-access publications and more

Apr 21, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses the 12th IMEC meeting, the move to outcome-based education, themes for AMEE 2017 and three ways to fold a suit jacket.

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HARDEN'S BLOG: Competency-based education, China, Helsinki, Student transcripts, assessment videos and two depressing conversations

Apr 04, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden responds to personal criticisms following his previous blog as well as discussing the AMEE Conference in China, the upcoming AMEE 2017 Conference in Helsinki, student transcripts, assessment videos and two depressing conversations in medical education

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HARDEN'S BLOG: 20/3/2017

Mar 20, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden responds to criticisms of competence-based medical education and discusses the professional doctorates vs PhD debate, the OSCE and postgraduate examinations in surgery, and the topics for AMEE 2017 in Helsinki

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HARDEN'S BLOG: Outstanding learning, students writing books, MCQs, excellence in education and MedEdDXB2017

Feb 16, 2017

In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses the focus on the student in learning through six steps to outstanding learning, the concept of students writing textbooks, core versus supplementary questions in examinations, student-created multiple choice questions, excellence in medical education and the upcoming MedEdDXB2017 conference in Dubai

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