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The AMEE MedEdWorld Reflections area is a space in which AMEE Members can share their thoughts on medical education practices and their experiences of recently attended conferences, courses and workshops.

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*Please note that we are currently in the process of moving content to this area.  Older reflections can be found under Harden's Blog until they have been moved over.
Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 2: Wicked issues in medical education are not simple

Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 2: Wicked issues in medical education are not simple

Sep 09, 2019

The second of a series of blogs on the subject by Stewart Mennin. A free live virtual webinar will be given on Zoom, September 23rd, 2019. Watch the AMEE website, his Linkedin and facebook pages, and AMEE social media for the URL

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Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 1: What Has You Stuck? How to Get Unstuck with Adaptive Action

Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 1: What Has You Stuck? How to Get Unstuck with Adaptive Action

Jul 17, 2019

The first of a series of blogs on the subject by Stewart Mennin. A free live virtual webinar will be given on Zoom, July 30th, 2019. Watch the AMEE website, his Linkedin and facebook pages, and AMEE social media for the URL

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A new evidence base for TEL in medical education

Jul 03, 2019

The Digital Health Education Collaboration provides up to date high quality systematic reviews of TEL in medical education.

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Artificial intelligence in medical education

Apr 26, 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly impacting on the practice of medicine, and will shortly impact on medical education; we need to position ourselves so that we can utilise it properly for effective medical education and the delivery of healthcare.

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Enhancing autonomous motivation of students should be an integral part of the educational philosophy of a medical school

Jan 21, 2019

Read my comment on Dr. Ronald Harden's article "Ten features of the future medical school". https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0142159X.2018.1554894

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Educational Products ,mapping and alignment

Nov 03, 2018

Primary information sources has their Journal with respective impact factors and other quality measures , yet the growing secondary and tertiary medical educational content barely represented by publishing trademarks and brand -this for books, as secondary source, courses and master degrees with variable quality need indexing and customer guidance on their use. this will help in adding up towards competency.

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Facing emerging disruptive technologies in medical curriculum development

Oct 31, 2018

Despite the widely use of educational technologies, how they could affect medical students’ academic performance in student-centred curricula remains unclear. Besides emerging technologies in science, the recent breakthrough technology in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality, Chatbots, and artificial intelligence (AI) are taking their leaps in medical education.

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The "transition, streamlining and Alignment" heals the Paradox

Oct 20, 2018

Developing knowledge, science should take step back , observe the nature and get the " explicit and implicit wisdom embedded there" and use it literally and metaphorically to operate and conceptualize human en devours. A lesson we should follow for future designs. Late fix is difficult , Expensive-The irony is that we tends to have an inherent future vision blindness-More gap filling specialization of implementation and translation are they going to be effective.

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