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MedEdWorld News provides medical education updates on the latest developments, awards, and projects. It includes reports from medical education events and news from organisations. Members of the MedEdWorld Community make contributions.

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Top Tips for New Doctors

Jun 25, 2019

Some top tips collated from a variety of healthcare professionals, patients and carers. In particular, more senior healthcare professionals shared what they wish they’d been told when they first started their medical career.

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One doctor’s disability may lead to curriculum change in India

Jun 25, 2019

Article in the BMJ reporting on Satendra Singh's work in India to further plans for curriculum reform that could help both patients and doctors with disabilities.

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College of osteopathic medicine offers medical education program in Cuba

Jun 25, 2019

Clinicians across the United States will have the chance to explore the Cuban health care system and delivery models this autumn as part of a new continuing medical education programme.

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The Doctor as a Humanist

Jun 20, 2019

The Doctor as a Humanist, is an academic, humanistic and International project whose purpose is to promote the medical humanities among students, young doctors and healthcare professionals in order to return the heart and soul to medical sciences.

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Women outperform men after Japan medical school stops rigging exam scores

Jun 19, 2019

News report on the rise of entrance exam scores for women to medical school at Juntendo University. This rise comes after steps were taken by the university to remove the unfair treatment in the admissions scoring system that unduly favoured male applicants.

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Medical schools are starting to diversify. But they’re learning hard lessons along the way

Jun 17, 2019

News article about the increase in the number of students from underrepresented populations in American Medical Schools.

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Touchstone Institute’s Communication through Simulation will provide formative communication programming for Ontario’s health force

Jun 13, 2019

The Sim Project focuses on the development of an experiential learning program targeting professional communication skills for the Canadian health care workplace.

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AMVA: Seoul National University granted accreditation

Jun 12, 2019

AVMA Council on Education recognizes its first Asian veterinary college.

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