As CEs it is essential that we understand and acknowledge the tacit theories that inform our practice. As an education consultant, we provide concrete solutions to real-world challenges. Our opinions are sought because we can translate […]
Technology and health professional education is a perennial hot topic. I suspect that the invention of papyrus was a big step forward for Hippocrates and his followers. 2400 years later (i.e. 2014) the International Conference […]
It has been a busy week for the ICENet blog! It’s the season of grant applications, conference administration, research design… and if you live in the northern hemisphere, snow shoveling. This Friday, I’ve opted for a lighter approach to get you through to the weekend. This is important data that probably explains parts of your CE life.
I don’t have any data…of course, that’s never stopped me before… but I suspect that most CEs didn’t plan to get rich or famous in health professions education. My clinical practice funds my academic work. […]
I’ve been thinking about the role of trust in medical education. Last night at midnight, I recorded a KeyLIME podcast on how trust impacts the effectiveness of a team. (Keep an eye out for the […]