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Brought to you by the AMEE Research Committee, Dialogues in Medical Education (DIME) is a free monthly series of up to date live interviews, conversations and dialogues with professionals and experts in the field of Medical Education and Research hosted by Stewart Mennin.

Archived DIME sessions can be found below.

Please note - DIME archives are also available on MedEdWorld's YouTube Channel.


Dialogues in Medical Education Archives

Olle-ten-Cate-Squared.jpgAuthenticity in medical education

Olle ten Cate

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Kevin-Eva-Squared.jpgWhat happened to inquiry and explanation in medical educaiton?

Kevin Eva

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DianaDolmans-Squared.jpgLarryMichaelsen-Squared.jpgPBL-TBL: Where the ‘L’ are we; and how do we know it?

Diana Dolmans & Larry Michaelsen

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JohnNorcini-Squared.jpgDan-Hunt-Squared.jpgTrust me I'm a Dr. - accreditation and licensing in the developed and developing world

John Norcini & Dan Hunt

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MichaelQuinnPatton-Squared.jpgProgram evaluation and sustainability: What? So what? Now what?

Michael Quinn Patton

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Cees_van_der_Vleuten-Squared.jpgLambert-Schuwirth-Squared.jpgFrom psychometrics to assessment as education, to coherent, institution-wide integration of assessment of students

Cees van der Vleuten & Lambert Schuwirth

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ASuchman-Square.jpgThe Informal Culture of Medical Education: How we treat each other

Anthony Suchman

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GlennRegehr-Squared.jpgCollaborative programs of research to improve the understanding and evaluation of competency

Glenn Regehr

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ThomasInui-Squared.jpgPhysician-patient communication and the social context of medical education

Thomas S. Inui

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Jennene-Greenhill-mini-Squared.jpgLongitudinal Rural Clerkships: The Flinders Story

Jennene Greenhill

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