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Harden's Blog

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.


 

Copy and Paste in Medical Education – time to draw the line

Copy and Paste in Medical Education – time to draw the line

Jan 09, 2015

Dr Neel Sharma discusses the repetition in the use of methods in medical education and asks whether these methods work in all settings.

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A brief history of time management

A brief history of time management

Dec 28, 2014

Is time management all it's said to be?

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HARDEN’S BLOG 89: Thoughts in the bath

HARDEN’S BLOG 89: Thoughts in the bath

Dec 23, 2014

In the last blog of 2014, Professor Harden discusses the upcoming 2015 APMEC meeting in Singapore, an update on AMEE 2015 in Glasgow, ‘The International Handbook of Medical Education’ he is joint editor of and why he feels the number of citations does not necessarily reflect the quality of an article.

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Let's stop including life long learning as a serious objective of medical school

Dec 12, 2014

Life-long learning is a valuable and necessary habit of physicians, but not a useful objective for medical school, because it can not be evaluated.

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Bloom or Marzano: that is the question

Bloom or Marzano: that is the question

Dec 05, 2014

It is rare to find an educator who doesn’t know who Benjamin Bloom is and his taxonomy which is essential for building curriculum and assessment, evaluation and teaching strategy. But unfortunately few know Robert Marzano who created transformative framework for building our educational outcomes.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 88: Shift towards threshold concepts

HARDEN’S BLOG 88: Shift towards threshold concepts

Dec 03, 2014

In his latest blog, Professor Harden gives an update on the ESME Online course referencing a useful suggestion from a participant, Medical Teacher submissions and the principle of threshold concepts from the Open University “Pedagogy 2014 Report”.

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To remember and not just remember

To remember and not just remember

Dec 02, 2014

Dr Yingzi Huang reflects on the 40th anniversary of the OSCE and the 90th anniversary of the Sun Yat-sen University.

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Quality or quantity

Quality or quantity

Dec 01, 2014

After visiting China and Saudi Arabia, Trevor Gibbs reflects on whether we are placing quantity before quality in medical education.

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