This past week I presented at the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians national conference on the “Flipped EM Classroom.” The discussions that stemmed from the session suggest that experimentation with the reverse/flip classroom is increasing. For example, Rahul Patwari (@rahulpatwari) and Stella Yiu (@Stella_Yiu) have developed an entire undergraduate EM curriculum using a flip design. (See here) I have also published the McMaster experience (with Teresa Chan (@TChanMD)) here.
Hiroshi profiles Rachmad Sarwo Bekti, a Clinician Educator from Indonesia. – Jonathan Dr. Rachmad Sarwo Bekti is a general practitioner and a Clinician Educator based in Indonesia. As a general practitioner, he sees patients in […]
This week at the ICENet blog, we’re trying something different. We’re connecting to the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) blog. With > 50k visits per month, ALiEM is a major (digital) connector/influencer in academic […]
Felix Ankel is back with another recommended book for your CE library. If you need to catch up on past book reviews, check out the link under Category Archives. – Jonathan[…]
Medical education, like many other academic disciplines, can become a victim of buzz words. Self-directed, asynchronous, operationalize, etc. (Don’t even think of using the word “passion” in front of me.) It seems to me that SoMe […]