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Three of the editors are in the top ten of most cited authors in the medical education field. One editor was awarded the Karolinska Institute Prize for Research. Presently, Erik Driessen leads the journal as Editor in Chief. Perspectives on Medical Education is highly visible thanks to its unrestricted online access policy. It is sponsored by theThe Netherlands Association of Medical Education and offers free …
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Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education Rethinking Adult Learning Principles in Medical Education: Five Teaching Perspectives ©The Children’s Mercy Hospital, 2015 APPD 2016 Annual Spring Meeting: Education in the New Era of NAS – New Orleans, LA . …
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Malaysian medical education usually of 5 years program and 2 years housemanship (internship or foundation year) in hospitals owned by the Ministry of Health, Government of Malaysia.99–101 Therefore, this exercise is to ensure that a highly professional and committed medical doctor is produced for Malaysian community. This study provides
Perspectives on Medical Education is the bi-monthly peer-reviewed medical journal, published by the Netherlands Association of Medical Education (NVMO). Its mission is to support and enrich collaborative scholarship between education researchers and clinical educators, and to advance new knowledge regarding clinical education practices.
Discipline: Medical Education
Abstract Context. Interprofessional teamwork and collaboration have become important parts of health care practice and education. Most of the literature on interprofessional learning, however, assumes that learning is something acquired by individuals and readily transferred to other contexts.
Perspectives on Medical Education pp 1–2 | Cite asTeaching clinical skills in the theatre of medicineAuthorsAuthors and affiliationsGerard J. GormleyPaul MurphyOpen AccessCommentaryFirst Online: 27 July 2018IntroductionMany doctors will fondly look back on their medical student days.