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Reflections


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.

Breakout of coronavirus blow the medical education management system to push Bluebutton (Moodle)

Mar 14, 2020

It is a right time appreciate the value of curiosity in learning process and motivate the faculty to adopt the change permanently. Although it is the forced absences due to nature of disease, this adaption will eventually reshape the medical institutions. Eventually, sticking to this change in view of variety of learning tools, ability to provide instant feedback, efficient content management and customize the classroom.

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Breakout of coronavirus blow the medical education management system to push Bluebutton (Moodle)

Mar 14, 2020

Undoubtedly, the breakout of coronavirus has deeply influenced the medical institutions and directed the abrupt development of infrastructure for establishing well equipped eLearning set up and educational management reforms in short period of time. In order to establish and enhance the credibility of quick measures in the form of online teaching, I would like to share few highlights which are currently helping us to engage the student’s learning even more than face to face learning. So far, this shift is smooth, promising and enjoyable by staff and students because of flexibility, feasibility and self-spaced learning. Stay virtual mean staying vigilant and more interactive effectively and proficiently. All faculty members and students were curious to know and learn the operational aspects of online learning management system (Moodle & BlueButton). They were excited to adapt to robust learning environment, the quest to gain maximum soft skills and this level of enthusiasm was observed far beyond the formal training workshops during faculty development.

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Student Forum Discussion Qualitative Content analysis research

Dec 20, 2019

Forum As a " Pre-coded qualitative content analysis template.for Assessment of critical reading,writing, and higher synthesis and evaluation skills. Using the " quality of candidate expressions" as a " surrogate" for their ability to impart deep engagement and understanding of the course reading material.

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Course Material Production Platform/Journal?

Dec 18, 2019

I want to share my thought on the " Possibility of having Teaching instructional material Journal" which is discipline specific ,with editorial quality gatekeeper and peer reviews. to save , time enhance quality of teaching and act a seed for Bigger platform that used the " 10 role of medical teacher " as " framework" for content design. Much time spent on " narrative literature search" for preparation of " content" less time on " instruction design" and collaboration with IT , and more skills needed for LMS Integration. Let us hope this " seed step" to align with the reaming building blocks for better content design,scholarly work, and delivery. across the medical education community in their respective discipline and contexts. This Initiative should have similar collaborative " question bank" and " higher Bloom taxonomy assessment exercise depository.

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Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 5: Pattern Logic and the CDE Model: How to shift and influence Wicked Problems

Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 5: Pattern Logic and the CDE Model: How to shift and influence Wicked Problems

Dec 06, 2019

The fifth in Stewart Mennin's Wicked Issues series of blogs, this time on the subject of Pattern Logic and the CDE Model: How to shift and influence Wicked Problems

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Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 4: Where Do Wicked Problems Come From?

Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 4: Where Do Wicked Problems Come From?

Nov 08, 2019

The fourth in Stewart Mennin's Wicked Issues series of blogs, this time on the subject of Where Do Wicked Problems Come From?. Watch AMEE Social Media and mailings for the next webinar.

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Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 3: The Anatomy of Wicked Problems

Tame your Wicked Issues in Medical Education: Part 3: The Anatomy of Wicked Problems

Oct 04, 2019

The third in Stewart Mennin's Wicked Issues series of blogs, this time on the subject of The Anatomy of Wicked Problems. Watch AMEE Social Media and mailings for the next webinar.

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Reflections on the International Faculty Development Conference, Ottawa, September 2019

Reflections on the International Faculty Development Conference, Ottawa, September 2019

Oct 03, 2019

A short reflection on some of my personal highlights, as participant and poster presenter, in what was overall an enjoyable well planned conference.

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