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Feb 04, 2012
The issues facing medical education are broad and varied. This conference takes a holistic approach to this subject by including speakers from each of the areas that influence how medical education is developed governed and practiced medical education.
The conference will run from 9am to 5.15 pm
Fee: £475 + vat as a delegate. The fee includes course documentation as well as mid-session refreshments and lunch.
Closing date for registration not confirmed.
Feb 03, 2012
As another Guide in the Theories Series that explains the theories behind our medical educational activities, this Guide draws on the extensive work of psychology and psychologists in explaining motivational theory. Self -determination theory,( SDL) the authors point out, is applied rarely in medical education, but its potential is great. Through SDL the authors explain how classroom and clinical teaching and learning can be improved, and how it can be applied to develop competent and autonomous graduates.
Feedback is needed to improve the skills of continuing medical education (CME) presenters, but there has been little research in this area. These authors conducted a prospective, randomized validation study with qualitative data analysis that included all 317 participants at a Mayo Clinic CME course in 2009. Factor analysis of 5,214 evaluations revealed a one-dimensional model for measuring CME presenter feedback. Internal consistency reliability (Cronbach alpha = 0.94) and interrater reliability (ICC range 0.88 – 0.95) were excellent.
Feb 02, 2012
In this very thought-provoking commentary, the author poses the question of how we use the theories of self-regulation in such a complex environment as medical education. Although self-regulation is at the heart of the paper, it also points to the various layers of complexity and the inter-play between so many factors that have been uncovered as we attempt to improve out teaching and learning skills.
If anyone considers that medical education, teaching, learning and assessment are easy, then they need to read this paper to completely destroy their original thinking.
Despite years of innovative teaching and learning, new technologies for learning, extensive curriculum mapping in outcomes based curricula and a mutiple approach to assessment, we still have papers that are pointing out how recent graduates profess to being ill-prepared for practice. This paper adds to the increasing number of papers on this subject.
The GLS Conference is the premier event in the field of videogames and learning. Now in its eighth year, this grassroots "indie" event is evolving to include innovative content formats and new programming. The GLS Conference is one of the few destinations where the people who create high-quality digital learning media can gather for serious discussion about what is happening in the field and how the field can serve the public interest.
Feb 01, 2012
In this video Stephen S. Davis discuss the three keys of effective precepting.
Jan 31, 2012
The Office of PGME in the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University is seeking applications for a Director of Assessment and Evaluation.
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