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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 07, 2016
Having recently returned from a trip to Perth, Australia for the Ottawa Conference 2016, Professor Harden gives us an insight of the events and activities that happened.
Mar 14, 2016
In this blog, Professor Harden gives us an insight of his latest events and activities including a trip to China and United Arab Emirates.
Feb 13, 2016
How to best motivate medical teachers to teach is a topic of intense research interest. Extensive literature exists regarding theories of motivation; this suggests the prevalence of difficulties when applying knowledge into practice in medical schools.
Jan 27, 2016
Dr Neel Sharma
Jan 23, 2016
How much do the doctor and the teacher of the future align?
Jan 21, 2016
Reflection on how do we collaborate with others in defining the future of healthcare education. From session in 13th APMEC, the science behind prediction, cool exhibition, to suggestions.
Jan 15, 2016
An analogy might help budding educational scholars think about and systematically undertake the steps involved in educational research, by reflecting on its similarity with a more familiar process (for many of us) used to create and share cooking recipes.
Jan 13, 2016
The key words in the title, and abstract of an educational presentation, conference workshop or symposium could be the starting point of a structured process for a participant to prepare for, and then take full advantage of the educational and training value of the session.
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