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TeachingCoOpTeam Nov 15
It's more than a course, it's a family! Thank you to all of our and friends.
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Nov 16
The word "doctor" is derived from the Latin word docere, which means "to teach." So doctor means teacher. Let us remember this with our patients and students.
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Nov 16
Patients are not "customers." The word "patient" recognized the uniquely vulnerable position they are in, & they need people absolutely committed to them
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Beth Frates, MD 15h
"Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime."
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MedEd Chat Nov 16
Topic 1: What is the most effective way for students to study?
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Paul Haidet Nov 16
I advise students to do "thought experiments"; play with the content. E.g., "what would happen to SVR if I cross clamped the aorta?" ... etc.
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Kimberley Ivory Nov 13
Young docs are already resilient, otherwise they would never make it into or through med school. It's the system that's letting them down. Fix the sysstem, don't blame the victim!
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Paula Gray Nov 14
Pray for melbourne . Just some of the Victorian tribe.
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Allan McDougall🤖 Nov 9
What is ? How does it relate to health professional education? I hope that my latest publication provides some insight. It's finally here: "When I say...gamification"
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Paul Haidet Nov 16
Use testing rubrics where students are scored not only for the right answer, but for being well calibrated about what they do and do not know.
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Nov 15
"The good doctor treats the disease; the great doctor treats the patient who has the disease."-- Sir William Osler
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Janelle Bludorn Nov 16
Replying to @MedEdChat @Metacog1
Went to a transformative talk by Saundra McGuire () on this very topic. Ever since, I’ve been coaching my students to “play professor” and state what THEY would ask someone on an exam and then organize their studying based on this. T3
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Marty Muntz Nov 16
T1- they shouldn’t try to study the same exact way they did in undergrad, though. Too much info. Retrieval & application too important.
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Paul Haidet Nov 16
Replying to @laurenlicatino
We do a critical thinking course to practice habits of mind related to good questions: curiosity, open mindedness, intellectual humility, balanced skepticism, metacognition.
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USMLEForums4u.com Nov 16
Q18. Mutations in the ______ gene is associated with Marfan syndrome.
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Brennan Spiegel, MD Nov 14
Standing in front of a green screen in , while giving a CME lecture blindfolded in front of a live audience. I think this approach is the future of and CME.
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Paul Haidet Nov 16
Teach them how to ask good, deep questions. This is a skill that can be learned.
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Dr Jason Frank Nov 14
This is an incredible slide. What a wake up call for medicine & .
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MedEd Chat Nov 16
Topic 3: Metacognition includes a critical awareness of a) one's thinking and learning and b) oneself as a thinker and learner. To help students realistically reflect on their study practices, what advice would you give?
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Jody 🌿 Nov 15
THIS is the face of serious, chronic disease - & optimism. Please pray for Britt, in hospital 5th time in 4 mos. 🌹
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