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Albert Oriol Bosch (1934-2019)

Apr 07, 2019

Albert Oriol Bosch, former President of AMEE (1990-1993) passed away in Barcelona (Spain) on 2th April at 84 years old. Albert Oriol was an important referent in Medical Education, at the national and international level and he made important contributions to AMEE.

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MenaFN: Ukraine, Switzerland to cooperate in medical education

Mar 27, 2019

The Health Ministry of Ukraine begins cooperation with Switzerland in the field of medical education development.

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India Today: Medical students should study moral and ethics as a part of curriculum: VP Venkiah Naidu

Mar 27, 2019

The Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu urged medical universities to introduce teachings in human values as a part of the curriculum to inculcate moral, social and ethical values in students while addressing the 3rd Convocation of Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences & Technology.

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DAIC: Video Game Format Used to Train Cardiologists

Mar 26, 2019

Medical video game company Level Ex expanded into cardiology with the launch of Cardio Ex. It offers clinical video game scenarios that aid in cognitive, spatial-reasoning and decision-making skills in the cath lab.

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Dermatology Advisor: How Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Medical Education?

Mar 22, 2019

According to an article published in the AMA Journal of Ethics, recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) technology should result in an overhaul of medical school curricula to incorporate the effective use of AI, communication, and empathy.

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Why Successful Innovations Fail: The Primary Care Curriculum at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Mar 18, 2019

Steward Mennin publishes a blog article via the Human Systems Dynamics Institute. Using adaptive action and pattern logic lenses, he explores successes and failures he has experienced when trying to innovate primary care curriculum.

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AMA: Medical students as change agents? How these six are doing it

Mar 06, 2019

Recently, the AMA’s Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium announced the winners of its Health Systems Science Student Impact Competition. The six winning students were recognized for implementing projects that created positive changes within health systems.

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McGill: Call for Nominations – Postgraduate Medical Education Accreditation Committee – Deadline March 22

Mar 06, 2019

McGill: The PGME Accreditation Committee is seeking 6 representative members, as described below. This committee is mandated to oversee the ongoing process of accreditation, as part of PGME’s approach to continuous quality improvement.

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