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Shannon E Moffett Nov 8
I am being told I now have to read Harvard Business Review. Glad there will be bourbon later.
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Shannon E Moffett Nov 9
And one more tweet—thanks so much to (with me in where she’s focused daily on /), for recommending I attend in Lexington. So worth the time, for and general happiness.
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Michelle Irwin Nov 9
Curriculum development workshop to kick off Day 3 of Yeah, Bloom’s Taxonomy!
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Abdulrahman Sabbagh Nov 9
Couldn't resist a beautiful morning run my 1st run after
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Dr. Danya Khoujah Nov 9
Resuscitation of the bedside teaching: Plan Target Limit Time
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Michelle Irwin Nov 10
from : “Education saves more lives than clinicians... If you are a good educator, you will save more lives.” This will stick with me for a long time.
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Asit Misra MD Nov 9
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Drew Kalnow Nov 7
On Fonts: Comic Sans means your an idiot and Times New Roman means no imagination. -
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Juan Morales-Torres Nov 9
Andy Little, making it stick @ Versailles castle in Kentucky
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Nicole Battaglioli Nov 9
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Michelle Irwin Nov 9
What an amazing three days hanging out in a castle with a brilliant and creative group of medical educators for Super inspiring, tons of ideas, heading back to ATL with lots to process! Thank you crew!
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Bmzahim Nov 7
education saves lives
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Jon Kavanagh Nov 10
Time to review and digest all the goodness from and the faculty and friends.
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Andy Little, DO Nov 8
If you wouldn’t do it in tomorrow, don’t agree to do it in 6 months!
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Drew Kalnow Nov 7
Name what you are doing. We teach and give feedback all the time but don't label it so our learner's don't realize what we are doing. -
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Shannon E Moffett Nov 9
So happy to have hands-on help on curriculum development from and at .
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Simon Fleming 🔨 Nov 7
Interesting chats yesterday. About & About how we perceive ourselves & others So here’s a great idea A ‘An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field’ Niels Bohr
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Rob Rogers, M.D. Nov 12
1st “Vulnerable” open mic night for attendees and speakers at Ikigai Med Ed. A chance to share stories and be vulnerable. What an amazing night. Stories, tears, and lessons.
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Gregory Tanquary Nov 9
IkigaiMedEd, what an outstanding conference! Amazing to see educators from all backgrounds come together to ! Thanks for letting me be part of the team!
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breakEM Nov 25
We posted in our Instagram an infographic filled with great tips for you to rock your bedside teaching, inspired by the great talk given by in this year's , by . Check it out:
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