Located in the townhouse of the US’s first licensed pharmacist, this lively, macabre, cringe-inducing museum provides a refreshing re-contextualization of its many artifacts and an unflinching encounter with our mortality
Established in 1994, our objective has been to promote, encourage, and support the highest standards of practice, research, education, and ethics in the study of the anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment...
In the lead up to finals time our latest podcast could be really useful for your practical sessions
In it we discuss how you will get the best out of presenting findings to an examiner in a medical student final OSCE or VIVA situation
These situations can be stressful and if you dont think about your presentation [...]
I'm a GP registrar in East Anglia with an interest in continuing medical education. Alex Gordon-Weeks - academic surgical registrar at Oxford - and I are undertaking a project that explores some of the difficulties that doctors face when trying to access medical courses.
Doctors complete a number of compulsory and non-compulsory educational courses during and after their medical training. Now that revalidation is compulsory doctors must provide evidence of continuing medical education. Attending courses are an ideal way of maintaining knowledge but they can be expensive and time consuming so it is important that adequate information regarding the course undertaken is provided by the course organisers. To identify areas in which these features could be improved we wish to understand more about the courses that you attend.
We have put together a short survey to obtain anonymised information that we can use to improve course provision. We would love for Meducation members to fill it in and would really appreciate your participation.
You can take the survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SSL7286. Thanks!
Stories of 3D printing being used to create custom medical implants are becoming more and more commonplace. However, there's something so akin to a miracle in the way that the implants are created and in the powerful impact on those who receive them that it will be a while yet before we are jaded e...