(This is a three part series that will run consecutively. Michelle (a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist), Tim (an intensivist) and Mary (a pediatric gastroenterologist) are just finishing the Royal College diploma in medical education offered […]
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A simulation debrief….. without the simulation?
By Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) I’ve been an avid proponent of in situ simulation – done in the actual clinical environment – for improving team and systems performance. The teams, the equipment, and the communication processes […]
Education Theory Made Practical – Volume 1, Part 2: Naturalistic Decision Making
(This is the 2nd post in a series of 10. Here are links to the introduction and previous chapter: Modal Model of Memory. We need your comments / peer review to make this primer on education theory better. […]
Audience Response Systems for teaching and talks – Why? And How?
(From the EiC: A welcome to Victoria Brazil who joins the ICE Editorial Board. ) By Victoria Brazil (@SocraticEM) Most of us have been part of a talk or educational session in which some version […]
Try walking in their shoes. Physicians and Empathy.
By Daniel Cabrera (@CabreraERDR) Empathy is important, no doubt about it. Empathy is on the #meded main stage recently, its importance in healthcare has been highlighted by studies showing its relationship to patient outcomes, physician burnout […]