Aug 02

van der Meer et al. provide a valuable conceptual framework with practical guidelines regarding how to build a Sense of Community in online medical pre-clerkship education.

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Aug 02

When student use of open-resources is novel a disconnect emerges as standard setting panelists perceive a need to increase the pass-mark while the availability of resources actually slows student responding, resulting in no effect on score.

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Jul 14

The authors critically appraise “Love and Breakup Letter” methodology, illustrating its value to medical education research through illustrative case studies.

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Jul 14

Exploring the nature of medical students' moral dilemmas in clinical practice, Ribeiro et al. expose how memorable, multidimensional, impactful, and emotionally intense these experiences are.

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Jul 01

Hanrahan et al. examine 31 years worth of data from 5 residency programs and demonstrate a temporal relationship between interview date and applicant rank; earlier interviewees tend to rank higher.

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Jul 01

While the UK and Australia recognise tensions between local and global goals, Australia appears to prioritise community values and ‘nation building’ whereas UK discourses focus on social mobility and individual responsibility.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Meritocratic and fair? The discourse of UK and Australia's widening participation policies.

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Jun 14

The authors demonstrate that collaborative learning between pairs of medical students is perceived and valued differently by different stakeholders in the clinical setting, particularly with respect to the patient perspective.

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Jun 14

Over the last 20 years, the number of #MedEd reviews has grown >2600% (4200% for scoping reviews). To explore this growth, Maggio et al. conducted a scoping review of 101 scoping reviews across 14 journals.

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Jun 01

Noting that interviewed residents described asking for help as an act of performance, Jansen et al. use a sociocultural lens to address the role of the healthcare team and learning environment in help-seeking.

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Jun 01

Gonzalez et al. demonstrate a deep chasm between clinical students' acceptance of #implicitbias and identification of strategies to mitigate such bias without targeted instruction.

Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Qualitative analysis of medical student reflections on the implicit association test

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