This is Lara Varpio’s (@LaraVarpio) 10th ‘Methods Consult’ for KeyLIME – she joins us once again to “bare the methods of research madness”
In this episode, she tackles a topic she is often asked about: the distinction between theory, theoretical frameworks and conceptual frameworks. Although she has explored the topic in the past, she is taking a different approach this time- using concrete examples, found in an article entitled Intersections of power: videoconferenced debriefing of a rural interprofessional simulation team by an urban interprofessional debriefing team.
Full reference: Dalinghaus K, G Regehr and L Nimmon. 2021. Intersections of power: videoconferenced debriefing of a rural interprofessional simulation team by an urban interprofessional debriefing team. Perspect Med Educ 10, 286–292.
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