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33 Steps to Great Presentations

33 Steps to Great Presentations | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“ In 33 chapters, each of which you can read in three minutes or less, David Beckett shares his 20 years of experience, based on hundreds of presentations given to thousands of people.”
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Pitching Content to Publications: Mistakes to Avoid and Best-Practices

Pitching Content to Publications: Mistakes to Avoid and Best-Practices | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“ Content - How long should should content pitches to media outlets be? Should they include fully formed assets or, instead, opportunities to collaborate? Do publishers value exclusive research? What are the biggest ...”
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Stanford MedX 2014 - Saturday by Stanford Medicine X

“Watch Stanford Medicine X's Stanford MedX 2014 - Saturday on Livestream.com.”
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#Duke University and Medscape Launch Duke University's Business of ... - PR Newswire (press release)

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Twelve tips for the effective use of videos in medical education, Medical Teacher, Informa Healthcare

Twelve tips for the effective use of videos in medical education, Medical Teacher, Informa Healthcare | Med Comms | Scoop.it
Videos can promote learning by either complementing classroom activities, or in self-paced online learning modules. Despite the wide availability of online videos in medicine, it can be a challenge for many educators to decide when videos should be used, how to best use videos, and whether to use existing videos or produce their own. We outline 12 tips based on a review of best practices in curriculum design, current research in multimedia learning and our experience in producing and using educational videos. The 12 tips review the advantages of using videos in medical education, present requirements for teachers and students, discuss how to integrate video into a teaching programme, and describe technical requirements when producing one’s own videos. The 12 tips can help medical educators use videos more effectively to promote student engagement and learning.
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AMEE 2014 "Flipped Classroom" - iPad usage among medical students - YouTube

"A study of the real time use of iPads in clinical learning" by Bryne-Davis et al. This video is the presentation at AMEE 2014
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International Association For Medical Education - AMEE Guides

International Association For Medical Education - AMEE Guides | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“ AMEE Guides cover topical issues in medical and healthcare professions education and provide information, practical advice and support. They are designed for use by teachers individually to inform their practice and are widely used in staff development programmes.”
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Technology in academic medicine: Integrating digital literacy into medical education - July/August 2014 - AAMC Reporter - Newsroom - AAMC

Technology in academic medicine: Integrating digital literacy into medical education - July/August 2014 - AAMC Reporter - Newsroom - AAMC | Med Comms | Scoop.it
"Digital literacy is not yet part of the core curricula at medical schools, but as social media becomes more pervasive, many institutions are integrating the basics of digital literacy into the learning ... " ©
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Curbing bias in medical research - KevinMD.com

Curbing bias in medical research - KevinMD.com | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“According to an American Medical News report, professional journals are still the most popular source of up-to-date medical information among doctors. These medical publications inform physicians on new drugs and ...”
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Innovation in Medical Education — NEJM

Innovation in Medical Education — NEJM | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Innovation in Medical Education (New @theIOM report on medical education reveals our nation’s lack of research in medical education.”
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Top 5 Uses Of an LMS in Medical Education | e-Learning Bookmarking Service - e-Learning Tags

Top 5 Uses Of an LMS in Medical Education |  e-Learning Bookmarking Service - e-Learning Tags | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“ How has the use of a learning management system improved the lives of medical education and other service providers as well as patients/consumers alike?”
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(EN) (€) - ACS Mobile | ACS Publications

(EN) (€) - ACS Mobile | ACS Publications | Med Comms | Scoop.it
"From the American Chemical Society: Not entirely free app for iPhone, iPad, and Android: ACS Mobile for access to their chemistry journals. You can search all the ACS journals and see tables of contents and abstracts without a subscription. Demo video."
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Medical Affairs: From Info Gatekeeper to Value Driver - PharmExec.com (blog)

“Medical Affairs: From Info Gatekeeper to Value Driver PharmExec.com (blog) Anticipate and prepare effective education to address medical support demands.”
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Medicine X aims to “fill the gaps” in medical education - Scope (blog)

“Scope (blog) Medicine X aims to “fill the gaps” in medical education Scope (blog) Noting that MedX has morphed from an annual meeting to a “global movement,” conference speaker Bryan Vartabedian, MD, noted that it's “very well prepared” to address...”
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Twitter In Medical Education | Healthcare updates

Twitter In Medical Education | Healthcare updates | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“This presentation demonstrates how Twitter is being used within Medical Education.”
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How long will Facebook, Instagram and Twitter distribute your content?

How long will Facebook, Instagram and Twitter distribute your content? | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“The lifespan of a publication is a subject that comes up frequently in discussions between community managers.”
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WordPress blogs solve problems of peer review expert publications - Real Lawyers Have Blogs (blog)

WordPress blogs solve problems of peer review expert publications - Real Lawyers Have Blogs (blog) | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“WordPress blogs solve problems of peer review expert publications Real Lawyers Have Blogs (blog) Whether it's science, medicine, law, or technology, publishing is by and large a peer review model controlled by large publishers and organizations.”
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Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis?

We argue for a return to the movement’s founding principles—to individualize evidence and share decisions through meaningful conversations in the context of a humanistic and professional clinician-patient relationship
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Study finds 1/4 of errors made in medical publications - News-Medical.net

Study finds 1/4 of errors made in medical publications - News-Medical.net | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“Study finds 1/4 of errors made in medical publications News-Medical.net A new Saint Louis University study finds one fourth of errors made in medical publications can change the way data are interpreted.”
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Seeing Is Believing: Infographics Revolutionizing The Patient Experience

Seeing Is Believing: Infographics Revolutionizing The Patient Experience | Med Comms | Scoop.it
By: Nicole Fisher and Ben Heubl Infographics and visualizations are hugely popular in all cultures, and there is unlimited opportunity to use them in a complex field like health care.
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Massachusetts Medical Society Blog » Blog Archive » With Portal ...

Massachusetts Medical Society Blog » Blog Archive » With Portal ... | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“Exempt manufacturers from reporting about funding for continuing education activities when the manufacturer does not know the name of program faculty and other participants before the event.”
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New social networking website called 'Let' sparks interest for publications - Perth Gazette

New social networking website called 'Let' sparks interest for publications - Perth Gazette | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“Perth Gazette New social networking website called 'Let' sparks interest for publications Perth Gazette A new social networking website called Let has recently been launched to offer more tools than any other website.”
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PeerLibrary is calling for collaboration on open dataset of all academic publications

PeerLibrary is calling for collaboration on open dataset of all academic publications | Med Comms | Scoop.it
“PeerLibrary is calling for collaboration on open dataset of all academic publications.”
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eLearning, Meet Design

eLearning, Meet Design | Med Comms | Scoop.it
"If you’re looking to produce attractive modules to help your learners retain even more knowledge, then buckle in! "
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