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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.


 

HARDEN’S BLOG 76: A Clinical University

HARDEN’S BLOG 76: A Clinical University

Jun 02, 2014

In this latest blog, Professor Harden talks of his recent trip to a medical school in Greenville, USA, posters and e-posters for AMEE 2014, his own Japanese garden and NEJM’s new adaptive technology to deliver personalised learning.

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Interprofessional Learning and Assessment in Medical Education

May 24, 2014

Dr Neel Sharma discusses Interprofessional Learning (IPL) and its absence from medical exams.

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Is there really a net generation?

Is there really a net generation?

May 14, 2014

A lot of people talk about a "net generation" - those born since the dawn of the Internet - and of their special learning needs. Educators often claim that these students have greater expectation for learning with new technologies. Is this really the case? ... Probably not.

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Harden’s Blog 75: Need for formative feedback

Harden’s Blog 75: Need for formative feedback

May 08, 2014

Having come back from a successful trip to the Ottawa Conference, Professor Harden discusses plenary sessions at Ottawa, an article on spiral curriculum and a Blog on the A to Z of Learning.

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Stepping out of the comfort zone - reflections on social accountability

Stepping out of the comfort zone - reflections on social accountability

May 08, 2014

Dr Janusz Janczukowicz reflects on social responsibility and accountability with reference to the ASPIRE to Excellence Programme.

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Oh Henry

Oh Henry

May 07, 2014

Trudie Robert recommends a recent read that fulfills each of her three reasons for doing anything in life.

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Peer Learning as a Promising Educational Method

Peer Learning as a Promising Educational Method

May 02, 2014

Dr Maria Blanco (Tufts University School of Medicine) reflects on the experience of implementing peer learning.

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Harden's Blog 74: What’s wrong with medical training?

Apr 24, 2014

In this latest blog, Professor Harden discusses the current model of medical training and reflects on the SPICES model he described 30 years ago.

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