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Back Pain

A short presentation looking at the epidemiology, pathology and treatment of back pain.  
James Harper
about 10 years ago
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The ethics of electives

Exploration of ethical aspects of medical electives and need to introduce global health education into them  
Jonathan Currie
almost 10 years ago
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Acute Abdominal Pain in Children

This tutorial covers the key facts in a child presenting with acute abdominal pain.  
Mr Raymond Buick
over 9 years ago
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Prescribing for pain in palliative care

Short powerpoint and example cases for simple pain prescribing in palliative care  
Katie Dumble
over 9 years ago
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Partnership for Leadership in Practice

South East Coast Postgraduate Deanery for Kent, Surrey and Sussex Partnership for Leadership in Practice Partnership for Leadership in Practice: Deanery, LEP a…  
Zoe Playdon
about 9 years ago
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The Enemy Within: Factors impacting on alienation and engagment in Pathology registrars

Education in South Africa is characterised by historical inequalities that may lead to poor learning experiences and performance, especially amongst groups that experience isolation and disaffection. The perspective of alienated and engaged experiences of learning, taking into account the student’s social and cultural context may be more valuable to study than only focusing on approaches to learning. Aims of project: To determine the factors that have an impact on a student’s perceptions of engagement and alienation in the postgraduate pathology environment at Stellenbosch University. A cross-sectional case study through semi-structured interviews, investigating 17 postgraduate students in Pathology selected by purposive sampling, were undertaken, exploring aspects of alienation and engagement. Conclusion Factors can change have been identified and support systems that may impact on students’ learning experiences and throughput can be developed. With a view to addressing the intellectual capacity and health care needs in the country, it is crucial that these issues be investigated and adressed.  
Juanita Bezuidenhout
about 9 years ago
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“Summative Assessment is a Waste of Time!” Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of an Assessment Programme

This is a qualitative research performed at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz university for Health Sciences, College of Medicine. Its objective is to understand how and why students differ in their approaches to learning, how assessment affects deep learning and which barriers stand in the way of good assessment and learning  
Hanan Al kadri
about 9 years ago
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Role of the anaethetist

In this introductory audio podcast Dr Richard Jones discusses the various roles that anaethetists can play within the hospital. Further podcasts covering the undergraduate anaesthetics syllabus can be found at www.surgeryandmedicine.com  
Rhys Clement
about 9 years ago
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TEACHING RADIOLOGY USING PROBLEM BASED LEARNING

Undergraduate teaching of radiology has declined in many medical schools over the last decade as the competition for curriculum time has increased. However the demand by students for skills training in interpretation of radiological images is increasing. Problem based learning (PBL) is one method to stimulate a student’s interest in and knowledge of radiology.  
PETER CORR
about 9 years ago
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Individualized Learning Plans for Family Medicine Tutors According To A Competence Map

27/01/16 INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING PLANS FOR FAMILY MEDICINE TUTORS ACCORDING TO A COMPETENCE MAP BERMUDEZ, I. POSTGRADUATE FAMILY MEDICINE TRAINING UNIT ANDALUS…  
Isabel Bermudez
about 9 years ago
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Osce Results After Voluntary Self-Training in a simulation laboratory at Granada Medical School

Osce Results After Voluntary Self-Training in a Simulation Laboratory at Granada Medical School Dr. C. Chung, J Florido, D Gonzalez, A Vilchez y JM Peinado Dpt…  
cesar chung
about 9 years ago
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Progress and self-assessment in clinical practice in occupational therapy education in Japan

A purpose of this study is to investigate the change of the time progress of self-assessment that the students who were registered as " clinical clerkship" " clinical internship " and their education objects and practicing school year .  
chichiro sasaki
about 9 years ago
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Effective Model of International Collaboration

Karaganda State Medical University’s involvement to AMEE activities since 2004 is allowed to understand the international trends in medical education, theory, practise and research in medical education, meet the AMEE experts, complete ESME, RESME, ESTEME, ESMEA AMEE Courses by KSMU’s medical teachers that encouraged to establish the collaboration with some UK, US Leading Universities  
Sholpan
about 9 years ago
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Psych Revision

Psychiatry Revision Paul Baillie  
Paul Baillie
about 9 years ago