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Enough Talk: Preventing Burnout During Medical TrainingEnough Talk: Preventing Burnout During Medical Training

Jan 04, 2019

Alexia Mieses looks at what the medical education community is actually doing about trying to prevent burnout in medical students and physicians.

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Machine learning and medical education

Jan 02, 2019

With the increased use of artificial intelligence in medicine, how do we incorporate this into medical education in order to establish in future doctors an understanding of how AI knowledge can be administered and utilised in the clinical setting?

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Programme shows pupils the work of GPs

Dec 18, 2018

News article from rural Scotland. NHS Highland has extended its scheme to give school pupils experience of medicine to now include general practice.

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Government to cut years required for medical studies

Dec 14, 2018

News from Luxembourg of new reforms from 2020 that will reduce medical training time in an attempt to increase the number of clinicians in the country.

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Breaking from tradition in medical education architecture

Dec 13, 2018

Dr. Annmarie Adams gave a talk last week where, using McGill's architecture as a focus, she highlighted how the built environment of medical schools and hospitals can reflect and reveal many of the unspoken priorities of medicine and medical education.

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Susan Potter WILL live forever

Dec 13, 2018

A fascinating article from the National Geographic that looks behind the scenes at the Visible Human Project and how one human in particular, Susan Potter came to volunteer and donate her body to it after her death in 2015.

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Two more Japanese medical schools admit discriminating against women

Dec 12, 2018

Two more universities have now admitted discriminating against female applicants to medical school. Both claim that they had set a lower pass mark for men than for women in order to secure a sufficient number male graduates to enter the medical profession.

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The Future of Medical Education Looks a lot like Netflix: Interview with Brian Conyer, CEO of GIBLIB

Dec 12, 2018

Mark O'Reilly interviews Brian Conyer, co-founder and CEO of GIBLIB the online streaming platform, about his vision for GIBLIB in the future and where it fits into medical education.

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