May 15

This study demonstrates that deliberate reflection on to-be-solved clinical cases may be a useful tool to help increase medical students' motivation for learning.

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May 15

Roebotham et al demonstrate a nuanced role of emotion in storytelling that extends beyond cathartic release, contributing to ongoing and unexpected vulnerability for patient.

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Mar 29

The authors describe physicians’ strategies for tracking transitioned patients and illuminate tensions related to list functionality, workplace rules, and finding time for learning about patients’ outcomes.

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Mar 29

Broad and colleagues study the prevalence of various types of harassment and discrimination and provide data to help understand reporting behaviours.

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Feb 28

This study indicates that student learning and performance are sensitive to changes in characteristics of the assessment policy, such as higher stakes and higher performance standards.

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Feb 28

The findings of this literature review suggest learning support interventions are generally not grounded on empirical assessment of challenges undergraduate medical students face.

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Jan 29

Drawing on transition theory as an analytical model, the authors show that success in making the transition to educator identity is dependent on factors relating to self, situation, support and strategy.

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Jan 29

This podcast discusses the evidence that accreditation-related activities steer medical education programmes towards the establishment of processes likely to be associated with improved quality in medical education

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Jan 02

While illness prevention and health promotion have been promoted as core components of medical education programs for some time, uptake has been most evident in certain jurisdictions with strong regulation of standards, particularly in more socially accountable medical programs.
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Jan 02

Reflecting on the Edinburgh Declaration, this podcast discusses important challenges in relation to the role of medical education in meeting current national health priorities.

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