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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.


 

Seems so easy, but is it?

Seems so easy, but is it?

Feb 08, 2014

Curriculum planning is grounded in reason, experience and planning, held together by logic and appropriate resources. Although many schools throughout the world have been successful in implementing a modern and appropriate curriculum, others still struggle. Is it now appropriate that we take more care of our struggling colleagues and address the discrepancies that exist on a global scale

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Harden's Blog 68: Collaboration in Medical Education

Jan 31, 2014

Professor Harden focuses on optimising collaboration in medical education in this blog after attending APMEC 2014.

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Mannequin vs Virtual Simulation – why not have both?

Jan 29, 2014

Brant Knutzen and Neel Sharma

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Looking to the East to help enhance my clinical teaching

Jan 13, 2014

Dr Neel Sharma discusses the balance between teaching style and the standardisation of teaching methodology.

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Healthcare: a very unlevel playing field. Do we really have cause to complain

Healthcare: a very unlevel playing field. Do we really have cause to complain

Jan 11, 2014

A recent update from one of the ESME on line students, who decided to put her newly- learned educational skills to the test, prompted me to reflect on the recent spate of complaints fired at the NHS in particular and healthcare in general.

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Harden's Blog 67: A good New Year

Jan 10, 2014

After a festive break Professor Harden returns to the office to put the finishing touches to his plenary presentation for the Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC) in Singapore.

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Bedside Teaching Matters

Bedside Teaching Matters

Jan 09, 2014

Teaching clinical learners at the patient bedside has declined over the last couple of decades, yet many teachers and learners acknowledge the value of clinical skills in patient care. To return clinical teaching to the bedside, faculty development is essential, the relevance of bedside skills emphasized and challenges of the modern clinical environment acknowledged and addressed.

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Mark my words

Mark my words

Jan 07, 2014

An invitation to speak on reflection at APMEC 2014 in Singapore provokes New Year musings

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