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Work-based Assessment Programs for #Meded (Part 2)

By Teresa Chan  On Tuesday, I reflected on how junior faculty have a unique perspective on the assessment of trainees.   Today, I would like to link to an important medical education movement that has stemmed from the emergency medicine & critical care online education community: the free open access medical education (#FOAMed) movement.  I am…  
icenetblog.royalcollege.ca
over 4 years ago
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Studying in teams?

Do you think guys it will be a good idea if we study in teams, each team consist of a group for each specialty, this team always study together? For example you join with anatomy so you study anatomy with other four students in the team, if you want to ask about how you will use these information in the clinic you can learn from the students in your team that joined with surgery , cardiology, ophthalmology ... because we always have a gap between academic and clinical medicine and I think if the team is constant it will be more enjoyable because we will know each other better. TELL ME WHAT DO YOU THINK, I would love to hear from you!!  
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over 4 years ago
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Medical Students Run Free Local Clinic in the Bronx

http://www.einstein.yu.edu - In 1999, medical students at Albert Einstein College of Medicine took on the mission of providing uninsured Bronx residents acce...  
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over 4 years ago
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10 Things Every Pre-Med Should Know About Becoming a Doctor

Advice, observations, and tips about applying to medical school, surviving med school, and thriving in your subsequent career.  
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over 4 years ago
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I am Dr. J. Scott Wieters, Director of Undergraduate Medical Education at Texas A&M: How I Work Smarter

I am Dr. J. Scott Wieters, Director of Undergraduate Medical Education Texas A&M COM: How I Work Smarter  
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over 4 years ago
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KeyLIME 86: A Checklist Manifesto

The Key Literature in Medical Education podcast captures a two decade old debate (see here for an example: Van der Vleuten, C.P.M., Norman, G.R. & De Graaff, E.D. (1991) Pitfalls in the pursuit of objectivity I: Issues of reliability. Medical Education 25: 110–118.)   Is a checklist more accurate than a global rating in assessing performance. …  
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over 4 years ago
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OSCEstop is a source of free finals medicine OSCE notes. All OSCE notes and OSCE examinations are downloadable for medicine OSCE exam finals revision. © Copyright 2012-present Dr Christopher Mansbridge. All rights reserved. Unauthorised reproduction of any OSCE notes or other content from OSCEstop is strictly prohibited. Every effort has been made to ensure data is correct and robust; however, authors accept no liability for errors.  
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over 4 years ago
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Physiology: Core Information

Each Oklahoma Notes book presents the core information of one segment of the medical school curriculum. Written by some of the most effective medical educators in the U.S., and now thoroughly updated and revised, the Oklahoma Notes feature: Concise text presented in outline format for rapid review; contents oriented to promote success; self-assessment questions; and more tables and figures designed to facilitate self-assessment and review.  
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Here you will find information regarding rotation schedules, academic resources, wellness and facts about our program and residents. Check out our bios and photos. Please also visit the Emergency Department's official residency website. This site is intended for Mount Sinai EM residency purposes only, and no information on these pages is intended or should be construed as medical advice. Read more.  
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over 4 years ago
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Thoughts on Residency--One Month After Graduation | EMBlog Mayo Clinic

*For what it’s worth, these were my thoughts to my previous residency junior colleagues one month after I graduated two years ago and…  
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over 4 years ago
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Failure is always an option: Part 1

By Daniel Cabrera  When I reflect on my life as a learner and as an educator, there are several things I wish I learned in medical school and that I hope I can teach to our students. Among them, is the concept and the praxis of grit or resiliency. I didn't realize about the importance…  
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over 4 years ago
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Teaching Medical Students Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

http://www.einstein.yu.edu - What’s the proper way to take off contaminated gloves? How do you reduce the risk of medication errors and patient falls in the ...  
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over 4 years ago
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Medical School Pathology, Chapter 12b

Chapter 12: Heart (Robbins Pathology) Other chapters- http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5146550A90FFBCEB Video lecture by Dr. Minarcik. His Youtube Chan...  
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over 4 years ago
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Medical School Pathology, Chapter 13

Chapter 13: Red Blood Cells and Bleeding Disorders (Robbins Pathology) Other chapters- http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5146550A90FFBCEB Video lecture ...  
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over 4 years ago
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Dr. Prodigious

Hello there! I am Dr. Prodigious. At present just a medical student seeking to help out other medical students. All my videos are arranged neatly into playli...  
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over 4 years ago
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Mnemonics For Finals

Mnemonics are a great tool for the medical student. They allow complex information to be condensed into a few words and essentially make your memory more efficient. This material is provided by revise4finals (www.revise4finals.co.uk), courtesy of PasTest Online Revision for Medical Students (www.pastest.co.uk). You can find more mnemonics and other revision materials at both of these websites.  
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over 4 years ago