Apr 30

By showing promotion in medical education is shaped by ideologies that create different experiences for men and women, Varpio et al. offer insight into how we might reverse the underrepresentation of women in the field's highest ranks.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Attaining full professor: Women’s and men’s experiences in medical education.

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Apr 30

The authors illustrate how rewards for teaching activities send a message, building morale by conveying that the educational mission remains a priority in this era of increasing clinical and administrative pressure.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Physician‐faculty perceptions towards teaching incentives: A case study at a children’s hospital.

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Apr 13

Noting that fundamental values not explicitly described in formal accreditation standards risk becoming lost in education practices, Chen et al. identify a troubling absence of compassionate care reflected in current standards.

Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Competent to provide compassionate care? A critical discourse analysis of accreditation standards.

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Apr 13

Curious how growth mindset has been researched in health professions education? In this review, the authors mapped research in our field, shining light on the benefits of (and strategies to promote) a growth mindset.

Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: A review to characterise and map the growth mindset theory in health professions education.

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Apr 01

Rudland et al. explore learner neglect in medical education and report various parallels to an existing framework of child neglect.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Medical student learner neglect in the clinical learning environment: Applying Glaser’s theoretical model.

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Apr 01

Medical students' intentions upon graduation are the strongest predictors of engaging subsequently in rural work, but intentions can be changed by enabling rural opportunities during training.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Intention mutability and translation of rural intention into actual rural medical practice.

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Mar 15

Countering claims of tension between theory and practice, Tolsgaard et al. empirically address the myth that health professional education divide easily into ‘ivory tower research’ or ‘in‐the‐trenches practice’.

Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: The myth of ivory tower versus practice‐oriented research: A systematic review of randomised studies in medical education

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Mar 15

It is well‐established that relationships are crucial to effective education. Here Atherley et al. explore how relationships change as students transition into clinical training.

Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Students' social networks are diverse, dynamic and deliberate when transitioning to clinical training.

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Mar 01

Entrustment, often considered something supervisors give to trainees, was found to sometimes be taken by virtue of students’ active management of their informal supervisory networks.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Entrustment decisions and the clinical team: A case study of early clinical students.

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Mar 01

Ever wonder what's going on in the mind of OSCE examiners? This study explores that ‘black box’ and highlights why the evaluation of borderline candidates is particularly taxing.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Examiners’ decision‐making processes in observation‐based clinical examinations.

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