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What’s your resident persona and how could it shape your career?

Jan 21, 2020

Blog from AMA's writer Brendan Murphy looking at professional identity development (e.g. exploring the different types of 'resident persona' that exist) and how this can help residents flourish in their training path.

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University Hospital In Haiti Earns Global Accreditation For Medical Education

Jan 17, 2020

University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, received formal accreditation from an international oversight group this week.

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How do medical schools use pass-fail grading?

Jan 09, 2020

Article from Brendan Murphy AMA, looking at the trends of pass-fail grading in US Medical Education.

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Four out of five medical students report a low sense of personal achievement, says Study

Jan 08, 2020

News article from India, reporting on a study carried out in the US, looking at burnout in medical students.

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Medical education alliance established

Dec 14, 2019

News article from China that reports on ten universities coming together to establish the Yangtze River Delta medical education alliance.

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UK’s First Medical Trainer Agreement Goes Down A Storm In Wales

Dec 06, 2019

Since its launch in Wales last year, close to 2,000 doctors have signed up to the UK’s first Medical Trainer Agreement, gaining recognition for their additional role as professional medical educators.

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MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Standards Webinar - 9th December, 13:00-14:00

Dec 03, 2019

MedBiquitous present a webinar detailing their technology standards behind virtual scenarios at St George's, University of London, and then the role of technology standards in the health professions education.

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AMA: Delegates seek robust curricula on sexual orientation, gender ID

Nov 23, 2019

At their interim meeting of the AMA House of Delegates in San Diego delegates voiced their support for developments to improve patient engagement in their curricula.

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