No post this Tuesday, as we were off celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving. In the meantime, check out this cool new innovation from ICRE. Image courtesy of Ken Hawkins, via Wikimedia Commons
I’m a sucker for biographies. (I just finished reading biographies of the father of neurosurgery – Harvey Cushing and of the Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield (Embarrassingly, I rarely read fiction. It has something to do with the […]
Today’s post is from Jennifer Kogan, a thought leader on work-based assessment and direct observation instruments. Her original work on the frames of reference (FoR) of observers (e.g. faculty) demonstrated that an observer uses an […]
This week the Key Literature in Medical Education post examines a controversial topic (myth?) regarding the clinical performance of international medical graduates when compared to domestically-trained physicians. Read the abstract below for more details.
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“A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the […]