Journal: Advances in Medical Education and Practice Author: Schwinn DA, Cooper CS, Robillard JE Publication Date: Feb 2019 Volume Number: 10 Page Numbers: 109-112
Description: Medical education has undergone a wave of creative innovation over the last decade, with new curricular structures, pedagogy, content, and team-based approaches. Augmenting these changes, integration of clinical and scientific principles increasingly occurs across all years of training. Given success in innovation and integration, as well as recent interest and national pilots in time-variable (competency-based) education, we propose the next important step in medical education evolution is individualization.
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