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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.
Apr 12, 2019
In his latest blog Professor Harden looks at the issue of the cost of open access publishing, the use of the FAIR principles, Alt-metrics, lifelong learning, failed predictions and more.
Mar 22, 2019
In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses the use of laptops in lectures, the matter of plenary speaker selection, Instagram etiquette, PechaKucha, the role of teachers, and US airports.
Feb 22, 2019
In his latest blog Professor Harden looks into the issues of prisoners, soldiers, and simulation, choosing images for presentations, advice about physical activity, and more
Jan 17, 2019
In his latest blog Professor Harden looks at visions of the future medical school detailed in the October 2018 issue of Medical Teacher, means of improving just-in-time learning through education research, increasing international connections in medical education, and more.
Nov 26, 2018
In his latest blog Professor Harden looks at the latest edition of the AMA Manual of Style, the issue of civic professionalism, publication of controversial ideas, reducing the length of doctor training, the emergence of lifestyle medicine as a new speciality, and more
Oct 19, 2018
Artificial intelligences and personalised learning, skills needed for work in the future, the ban of grantees publishing in paywalled journals by the European Science Funders, making appropriate use of learning spaces, and tips for difficult conversations
Sep 28, 2018
In his latest blog Professor Harden looks at developing wisdom in schools, the number of appointments in medical education, the increase in students publishing in Medical Teacher, Baumol's cost disease, and the Tyranny of Metrics
Aug 23, 2018
In his latest blog Professor Harden discusses whether the death of the lecture has been exaggerated, daring and high-risk research, learning lessons from the past, disruptive innovations and the impact of technology on the roles of a teacher.
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