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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 integrate or not: is there a question

To integrate or not: is there a question

Aug 04, 2014

Reflecting on students attitudes to understanding the humanities, Trevor Gibbs asks the question of whether integration really happens in modern undergraduate curricula or are we slipping back into the hidden curriculum.

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Medical education in Poland; a private reflection

Medical education in Poland; a private reflection

Aug 01, 2014

A year after publishing a paper on medical education in Poland its author reflects on the current situation and expected changes in the Polish medical education system, bringing to our attention both issues related to a local socio-cultural context and typical for all countries working on constant developing educational standards and improving the quality of medical-education.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 80: A flipped classroom at AMEE 2014

HARDEN’S BLOG 80: A flipped classroom at AMEE 2014

Jul 29, 2014

Professor Harden’s latest blog discusses a recent trip to Epsom, UK, for an American University of the Caribbean Board meeting, final preparations for AMEE 2014 and an interesting blog by Stephen Downes.

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REAL Patient-Centred Care does not begin and end with the physician

REAL Patient-Centred Care does not begin and end with the physician

Jul 29, 2014

Patient-Centred Care has a range of definitions and interpretations, but they all have a similar theme, and they usually miss the full patient experience. Because healthcare is far more than the clinical encounter, patient-centred care needs to cover all of these areas also. All students in the health profession should be aware of this.

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Gender and diversity in medical education and research

Gender and diversity in medical education and research

Jul 28, 2014

Dr. Janusz Janczukowicz, Centre for Medical Education, Medical University of Lodz, Poland, discusses gender and diversity in medical education and research.

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Mutual respect in medical education - lessons learnt in Asia

Jul 17, 2014

Dr Neel Sharma

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HARDEN’S BLOG 79: Competency-based education misunderstood

HARDEN’S BLOG 79: Competency-based education misunderstood

Jul 14, 2014

In Professor Harden’s latest blog, he discusses his latest trip to Lisbon, two journal articles on competency-based training, MedEdWorld’s 2014 Autumn webinar series and some exciting new features at AMEE 2014 in Milan.

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See one, do one, teach one. Practice. What is(was) the question?

See one, do one, teach one. Practice. What is(was) the question?

Jul 07, 2014

What is learning? How do you learn? See one, do one, teach one. Practice. There is a wealth of educational theory, and empirical practice embedded in these short statements.

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