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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 89: Thoughts in the bath

HARDEN’S BLOG 89: Thoughts in the bath

Dec 23, 2014

In the last blog of 2014, Professor Harden discusses the upcoming 2015 APMEC meeting in Singapore, an update on AMEE 2015 in Glasgow, ‘The International Handbook of Medical Education’ he is joint editor of and why he feels the number of citations does not necessarily reflect the quality of an article.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 88: Shift towards threshold concepts

HARDEN’S BLOG 88: Shift towards threshold concepts

Dec 03, 2014

In his latest blog, Professor Harden gives an update on the ESME Online course referencing a useful suggestion from a participant, Medical Teacher submissions and the principle of threshold concepts from the Open University “Pedagogy 2014 Report”.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 87: A Flipped Healthcare

HARDEN’S BLOG 87: A Flipped Healthcare

Nov 20, 2014

In his latest blog, Professor Harden refers to an interesting article from the BMJ on “Flipping Healthcare” and the latest developments on AMEE 2015.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 86: A different sort of meeting

HARDEN’S BLOG 86: A different sort of meeting

Nov 06, 2014

In this latest blog by Professor Harden, discussion focusses on his recent trip to the Elliot Maisie Learning 2014 event in Orlando and World Federation of Chiropractic meeting in Miami.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 85: Can feedback be given following a high stakes assessment?

HARDEN’S BLOG 85: Can feedback be given following a high stakes assessment?

Oct 08, 2014

In this latest edition of Harden’s Blog, Professor Harden comments on MedEdWorld’s first webinar of the series with Hill Jason, MOOCs offered by edX, and an article with the theme ‘The medical textbook is not dead’.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 84: Conference behaviour

HARDEN’S BLOG 84: Conference behaviour

Sep 25, 2014

In the latest edition of Harden’s Blog, Professor Harden reminisces on AMEE 2014 in Milan and discusses a recent article published by Times Higher Education on ‘How can we improve teaching in universities?’.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 83: The conference ‘put down’, the flipped classroom and education lessons from Isola Bella

HARDEN’S BLOG 83: The conference ‘put down’, the flipped classroom and education lessons from Isola Bella

Sep 09, 2014

Returning from the AMEE 2014 Conference, Professor Harden’s latest blog discusses events of the conference with reference to a Blogger and lessons that were learned from a post conference trip to the island of Isola Bella.

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Harden's Blog 82: Are bad email habits wasting time?

Aug 27, 2014

Professor Harden asks if bad email habits wasting your time and celebrates a 53% increase in the number of visits to MedEdWorld over the last year.

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