Tag Archives: Medical Education

Joe Lex: A Skeptic’s Guide to the Medical Literature (movie)

2013-09-17 A Skeptics Guide to the Medical Literature – Joe Lex

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Terry Mulligan: Speaking Before an International Audience

Speaking Before an International Audience

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John MacKenzie: eLearning – The Art and the Science

eLearning – The Art and Science

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Joe Lex: Drinking from the Fire Hose – Making Sense of On-Line Resources

Drinking from the Fire Hose – Making Sense of On-Line Resources

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John MacKenzie: Developing an On-Line Course

Developing and On-Line Course

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Brad Bunney (USA): Resident Evaluation for the New ACGME Milestones

Resident Evaluation the New ACGME Milestones

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Ibrahim Arziman, Stefano Sartini et al. (EU): EM in Europe: Different Means to the Same End

EM in Europe, Different Means to the Same End

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Thomas Plappert (Germany): Specialization without Curriculum – Teaching and Learning EM in Countries without Recognition of the Speciality

Specialization without Curriculum – Teaching and Learning EM in Countries without Recognition of the Speciality

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Dale Birenbaum (USA): Managing the Difficult Resident

Managing the Difficult Resident Trainee

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Raed Arafat-No (Romania) vs Brenden McGauran-Yes (USA): Does Accreditation Improve Quality?

Does Accrediation Improve Quality?

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Alper Cevik: Self Directed Learning The Right Textbook, the Right Website or the Right Podcast?

Self Directed Learning The Right Textbook, the Right Website or the Right Podcast

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Alper Cevik: Keeping Abreast and Staying Sane – How to Filter through the Information Overload

Keeping Abreast and Staying Sane – How to Filter Through the Information Overload

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Mary Lim: Educate Me – Engaging the Generation-Y Learner

Educate Me! Engaging the Generation Y Learner

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Michael Bond: Is There an App for That?

D-1-1640 Is There an App for That – Michael Bond

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Logan Plaster: Twitter and International EM

2012-08-21 07h55 Twitter and International EM Editor, Emergency Physician International

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