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Webinars
Upcoming Webinar

Tame your Wicked Issues in medical education: What has you stuck? How to get unstuck with Adaptive Action.

Webinar to accompany Professor Mennins Blog.

Simple and complicated problems require time and expertise to solve, but, if you work at it long enough and know enough, you will be able to fin...

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Courses
Courses

Medical Education, MSc / PGDip / PGCert

Our multidisciplinary programme offers a flexible blended learning approach of distance learning with residential workshops to suit busy working professionals. You will study the science of learning a...

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Publications
Publications

Health, Health Care and Health Education: Problems, Paradigms, and Patterns: Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities

ESME Skills in Action course leader and previous ESME Leadership course leaders provide a chapter for the new Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities.

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Conferences
Conferences

Society for Academic CME - 2021 Annual Meeting

The world has seen great change in the last year and CPD has seen its share of impact.


The theme for this year’s event Art and Science of CPD: New Technology, New Knowledge, New Lear...

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Harden's Blog
Harden's Blog

HARDEN'S BLOG: The Barmaid's Brain and How to be more interesting, the undervalued advantage of working in the office, and The professor who publishes a paper every two days

In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses The Barmaid's Brain and How to be more interesting, the undervalued advantage of working in the office, and The professor who publishes a paper every two days.

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The Denis O’Leary Medical Educator Award

The Oxford Centre for Medical Education (OxCME) has created a new award for medical educators in memory of the late Dr Denis O’Leary following a generous donation from the O’Leary family. This award w ...

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AMEE SIG: Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

AMEE is forming a new SIG for health educators interested in optimizing educational programming in patient safety (PS) and quality improvement (QI).

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