#KEYLIMEPODCAST 293: Live at the AAMC (Part 1)

Live from the AAMC , part 1 of 2.

For the next two episodes, the hosts step away from their usual format and present six ‘Classic’ papers (3 per episode). During each session, the hosts ask the audience to vote on which paper they found to be most deserving of the ‘classic’ #meded paper title. Listen in here to see if you agreed!

Classic” Meded Paper Defined:

  • archetypal and high-impact;
  • highly cited or major influence on discourses of meded;
  • underpins subsequent work or thinking about meded
  • influential

In this episode:

1. Barrows HS. A taxonomy of problem-based learning methods. Med Educ. 1986;20(6):481-486. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2923.1986.tb01386.x

2. Colliver JA, Conlee MJ, Verhulst SJ, Dorsey JK. Reports of the decline of empathy during medical education are greatly exaggerated: a reexamination of the research. Acad Med. 2010;85(4):588-593. doi:10.1097/ACM.0b013e3181d281dc

3. Van der Vleuten CP, Norman GR, De Graaff E. Pitfalls in the pursuit of objectivity: issues of reliability. Med Educ. 1991;25(2):110-118. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2923.1991.tb00036.x

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