Professor Robin Stevenson is a retired respiratory physician. He was president of the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology and still serves on the EACCME taskforce for improving CME in Europe.
Undergraduates and grad students alike will appreciate the usefulness of these search engines that allow them to find books, journal articles and even primary source material for whatever kind of research they're working …......
An unexpected source within the federal government—the U.S. Department of State—has put its stamp on educational technology by releasing a new, 3D video game designed to help students abroad acquire English language skills.
A task force of the European Association of Young Neurologists and Trainees (EAYNT) headed by Dr. Laszlo K. Sztriha (London, UK) completed a survey on e-learning preferences of European Junior Neurologists.
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Administrators say students can finish in three years, instead of four, without compromise to their training. (As we emphasize "life-long learning" can we shift to a competency based, rather than time based training model?
1-severity of acute panreatits determined by: A concentration of serum amylase B. amount of urinary amylase secreted over 24 hours C.clinical scoring system D. amount of peripanreatic fluid collection as ...
Demand rises for CME linked to physician quality improvement American Medical News The concept of Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education was introduced in the early 2000s, and the model has expanded significantly since then.
Wilderness Medical Society Offers the Ultimate CME Adventure—Everest 2013 DigitalJournal.com (press release) Following the great response and participation in their 2012 Everest Adventure, the WMS and Peak Promotion have put together another world...
This is essential in medical education due to the fact that by the time we reach medical school we are less receptive to teacher-centered education and are already in a phase where learning is more independent.