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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.

This section has open access. MedEdWorld members can submit information for inclusion. Is More Supervision of Medical Residents Always Better for Patient Care?

Jun 05, 2018

Drs Kathleen Finn and Christiana Iyasere of Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, looked to study the role of attending supervision on patient safety in the context of resident education. They were interviewed by on the matter.

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NewAge BD: Medical education negligence risks public health

Jun 04, 2018

Due to inadequate human resources for teaching coupled with the absence of proper regulation, the quality of medical education in Bangladesh is declining.

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Lahore Daily Times: International Medical Education established between Pakistan and China

Jun 03, 2018

According to One Belt, One Road & China Pakistan Economic Corridor Programme (CPEC), the alliance of International Medical Education has been established in the first three day conference held in the Sheyang city of province Lieyang, China.

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Pulse: Scotland adds 85 new 'general practice-focused' medical school places

Jun 01, 2018

The Scottish Government has announced the addition of 85 extra medical school places, with courses to be 'focused on general practice'.

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Report: Med Schools Can Do More To Combat Racism

May 23, 2018

Venis Wilder, M.D. reports on the the recent Racial Justice Report Card. The report card reviewed 10 U.S. medical schools' efforts to combat racism and provides an opportunity to highlight areas of need related to diversity, inclusion, workforce development and translation to improved health care.

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MedCityNews: Can VR training churn out better surgeons?

May 23, 2018

MedCityNews looks into the rising use of simulators to train surgeons effectively and whether or not it is a viable means of proficiency training and assessment.

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Fear and the medical lecturer

May 22, 2018

Dr. Conway McLean, who got the 'bug' for lecturing back during his residency days, shares his experiences and gives some advice for those who may be anxious about lecturing or speaking in front of large audiences.

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c&en: We’re not playing around: Board games medical and morbid

May 07, 2018

In March of 2018, after working with about a dozen students as well as professors Alim Pardhan and Mathew Mercuri, McMaster University Assistant Professor Teresa Chan announced that GridlockED, a collaborative board game simulating an ED, is available for purchase.

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