Reflection is an essential component of teacher-development programmes, and reliable, valid methods to teach, assess, and evaluate reflection are critical. Developing reflective practitioners is not a...
The course offers the opportunity to learn about innovative approaches for teaching and enhancing relational capacities, communication skills, and professionalism in physicians, nurses, social workers...
This book to be released in August 2014 considers the evolution of medical education over the centuries and presents various theories and principles of learning.
This summit will be taking place prior to the Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) and the Asian Medical Education Association (AMEA) Conferences / a pre-co...
Upon returning from the 12th Annual Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC) Professor Harden reflects on the take home messages and perceptions of risk.
The mobile app, Osmosis, has been designed to create a personalised and social learning experience based on student’s medical school class schedule.
Highlights in March 2015’s issue of Medical Teacher includes: Selection of medical students – are we getting it wrong?; Current assessment approaches are no longer appropriate; and How can we ensure t ...
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