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Harden's Blog is an area of MedEdWorld where Professor Ronald Harden provides his thoughts on topical matters relating to Medical Education.
If you are looking for 'Reflections', existing uploads can still be found in this area, however they will shortly be moved to their own section of MedEdWorld.
Apr 13, 2021
This month Professor Harden discusses The New Norm: A changed role for students, and Reducing the length of medical training
Mar 05, 2021
This month Professor Harden discusses The New Norm – Unwarranted expectations, The FAIR principles, and Do assessors across the UK agree when evaluating students?
Dec 10, 2020
In his latest blog Professor Harden addresses topics such as The paradox of our time, University rankings need a rethink, Where are we with the flipped classroom?, Are we making the most effective use of the time available?, Whale Done! and more!
Nov 13, 2020
In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses The Barmaid's Brain and How to be more interesting, the undervalued advantage of working in the office, and The professor who publishes a paper every two days.
Oct 15, 2020
In his latest blog Professor Harden looks back at the AMEE 2020 Virtual Conference and discusses some of the ideas presented during it.
Sep 03, 2020
In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses the effect examinations have on students' behaviour, the benefits of more immersive training for medical students, and more
Jul 03, 2020
In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses what is teaching excellence, and educational responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more
Jun 08, 2020
In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses investing in our students, What should students learn, that as teachers we are not meaningless, and motivation.
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