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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.


 

Broadening the mind?

Broadening the mind?

Jul 02, 2014

AMEE President Trudie Roberts considers the comforts offered by the virtual environment when traveling and arrives at a new resolution.

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From driving a car to managing healthcare

From driving a car to managing healthcare

Jul 02, 2014

Trevor Gibbs reflects on the similarities between driving in China and managing healthcare systems.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 78: How can students be engaged in the medical school?

HARDEN’S BLOG 78: How can students be engaged in the medical school?

Jul 01, 2014

In this latest blog, Professor Harden discusses student engagement with learning resources with reference to the ASPIRE-to-excellence programme, a supplement published by the Times Higher Education and the success of his daughter's reflections piece for MedEdWorld.

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The future is flexible

The future is flexible

Jun 24, 2014

AMEE Publications Manager Morag Allan Campbell reflects on the importance of flexible and accessible education for all.

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Should we be singing from the same hymn sheet?

Should we be singing from the same hymn sheet?

Jun 18, 2014

After returning from the recent SESAM meeting, Professor Gibbs reflects on the possible disjunction between simulation and medical education.

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HARDEN’S BLOG 77: A medical education feast

Jun 18, 2014

From Harvard to IAMSE and Puerto Vallerta, Professor Harden samples the ample range of medical education treats on today's and future menus.

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Understanding the smoke and mirrors of medical education interventions

Jun 13, 2014

The importance of making explicit the process of the development of medical education interventions

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“Will students follow patients” - is this a step towards teaching in ambulatory care venues?

“Will students follow patients” - is this a step towards teaching in ambulatory care venues?

Jun 03, 2014

Dr John Dent considers whether a recently proposed change in NHS policy will provide an incentive to develop new student teaching opportunities in ambulatory care venues.

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