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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.


 

To live the life, you have to live the life you live in!

To live the life, you have to live the life you live in!

Nov 03, 2014

Trevor Gibbs reflects on recent teaching in China and the difficulty in using reflective experience in teaching

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The importance of the teacher: evidence-based insights from school education

The importance of the teacher: evidence-based insights from school education

Oct 31, 2014

A recent review on the effectiveness of teaching in schools offers a useful reminder for all medical educators of the key aspects of effective teaching and the importance of teacher professional development

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A case for a national licensing exam

Oct 25, 2014

Dr Neel Sharma discusses national licensing exams in the United Kingdom.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 85: Can feedback be given following a high stakes assessment?

HARDEN’S BLOG 85: Can feedback be given following a high stakes assessment?

Oct 08, 2014

In this latest edition of Harden’s Blog, Professor Harden comments on MedEdWorld’s first webinar of the series with Hill Jason, MOOCs offered by edX, and an article with the theme ‘The medical textbook is not dead’.

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AMEE 2014 – Poker, Art and Latex

AMEE 2014 – Poker, Art and Latex

Oct 07, 2014

With another AMEE Conference over, Jennifer Laidlaw gives her thoughts on AMEE 2014.

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What is curriculum management?

What is curriculum management?

Oct 03, 2014

Based on his observations at the 2014 AMEE Annual Conference, one45 software CEO Brian Clare shares his thoughts on a working definition of Curriculum Management.

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Medical training – driven by evidence or cost cutting?

Sep 30, 2014

Dr Neel Sharma asks: 'Medical training – driven by evidence or cost cutting?'

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“RIP IT OUT” The phenomenological Paradigm is coming

“RIP IT OUT” The phenomenological Paradigm is coming

Sep 28, 2014

My core theme is to disclose the incongruity implied in the term Medical education by disclosing the different paradigm this term try to unify without finding the new philosophical ground which legitimatize this marriage. In addition to my reflection on my attendance of AMEE conference 2014 which induce this reflection.

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