Medical Education Podcasts 2012


Podcasts from the journal Medical Education in 2012


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Title: Patient selection for bedside teaching - Sigrid Harendza interview

Changes in residents’ opportunities for experiential learning over time - Adam D. Peets interview

November 21st, 2012

Seeks to quantify opportunities to gain clinical experience within medical-surgical intensive care units over time. Go to Episode

Development of knowledge in basic sciences: a comparison of two medical curricula - Zineb Nouns interview

November 21st, 2012

This study compares the development and retention of knowledge in the basic medical sciences between students on the traditional and reformed undergraduate… Go to Episode

Modelling the pre-assessment learning effects of assessment: evidence in the validity chain - Francois J. Cilliers interview

October 19th, 2012

Focusing on a subset of assessment factor–learning effect associations, the aim was to determine whether uncommon associations were operational in a… Go to Episode

Entering medical practice for the very first time: emotional talk, meaning and identity development - Esther Helmich interview

October 19th, 2012

Asks how medical students give meaning to early clinical experiences and how that affects their professional identity development. Go to Episode