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Medical Education Podcasts 2013

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Medical Education Podcasts 2013
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Too much small talk? Medical students’ pelvic examination skills falter with pleasant patients - Glenn D. Posner interview

Compares the use of PTTs with that of SP–PTT hybrids in the assessment of technical and communication skills in the female pelvic examination.

14 MIN2013 NOV 12
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Too much small talk? Medical students’ pelvic examination skills falter with pleasant patients - Glenn D. Posner interview

On the role of biomedical knowledge in the acquisition of clinical knowledge - Stefan K. Schauber interview

Addresses whether and to what extent biomedical knowledge is related to the development of clinical knowledge.

11 MIN2013 NOV 12
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On the role of biomedical knowledge in the acquisition of clinical knowledge - Stefan K. Schauber interview

Do assessor comments on a multi-source feedback instrument provide learner-centred feedback? - P. Vivekananda-Schmidt interview

Utilises a large dataset of free-text comments obtained in a national pilot study in order to investigate how helpful these free-text comments may be to assessees.

11 MIN2013 OCT 15
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Do assessor comments on a multi-source feedback instrument provide learner-centred feedback? - P. Vivekananda-Schmidt interview

Faculty staff-guided versus self-guided ultrasound training for internal medicine residents - George Alba & Daniel Kelmenson i/v

Provides the first objective comparison of two approaches to training IM residents in ultrasonography.

10 MIN2013 OCT 15
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Faculty staff-guided versus self-guided ultrasound training for internal medicine residents - George Alba & Daniel Kelmenson i/v

The roles of deliberate practice and innate ability in developing expertise - Kulamakan M. Kulasegaram interview

Examines the relationship between deliberate practice and working memory in accounting for expert performance.

14 MIN2013 SEP 12
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The roles of deliberate practice and innate ability in developing expertise - Kulamakan M. Kulasegaram interview

Medical education and moral segmentation in medical students - Ian Wilson interview

Assesses moral judgement competence in medical students and investigates trends in moral judgement competence in relation to age, gender, culture, religion, year of medical course and different programmes within the medical curriculum.

11 MIN2013 SEP 12
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Medical education and moral segmentation in medical students - Ian Wilson interview

The view from over there: reframing the OSCE through the experience of standardised patient raters - Jennifer L. Johnston i/v

Using constructivist grounded theory to analyse data from focus groups and individual semi-structured interviews with 38 SPs and four examiners.

15 MIN2013 AUG 12
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The view from over there: reframing the OSCE through the experience of standardised patient raters - Jennifer L. Johnston i/v

When physician-expressed uncertainty leads to patient dissatisfaction: a gender study - Gaetan Cousin interview

Two studies used to determine whether physician-expressed uncertainty would have more of a negative impact on patient satisfaction when the physician in question was female rather than male.

16 MIN2013 AUG 12
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When physician-expressed uncertainty leads to patient dissatisfaction: a gender study - Gaetan Cousin interview

Pressures and interventions imposed on medical school teachers regarding students' examination grades - Livia Puljak interview

Investigates the pressures and interventions experienced by medical school teachers in relation to grades awarded in assessments of students' knowledge.

11 MIN2013 JUL 15
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Pressures and interventions imposed on medical school teachers regarding students' examination grades - Livia Puljak interview

Teaching mindfulness in medical school: where are we now and where are we going? - Patricia Dobkin interview

Examines the literature and related websites to determine the extent to which this work is carried out with medical students and residents.

15 MIN2013 JUL 15
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Teaching mindfulness in medical school: where are we now and where are we going? - Patricia Dobkin interview

Latest Episodes

Too much small talk? Medical students’ pelvic examination skills falter with pleasant patients - Glenn D. Posner interview

Compares the use of PTTs with that of SP–PTT hybrids in the assessment of technical and communication skills in the female pelvic examination.

14 MIN2013 NOV 12
Comments
Too much small talk? Medical students’ pelvic examination skills falter with pleasant patients - Glenn D. Posner interview

On the role of biomedical knowledge in the acquisition of clinical knowledge - Stefan K. Schauber interview

Addresses whether and to what extent biomedical knowledge is related to the development of clinical knowledge.

11 MIN2013 NOV 12
Comments
On the role of biomedical knowledge in the acquisition of clinical knowledge - Stefan K. Schauber interview

Do assessor comments on a multi-source feedback instrument provide learner-centred feedback? - P. Vivekananda-Schmidt interview

Utilises a large dataset of free-text comments obtained in a national pilot study in order to investigate how helpful these free-text comments may be to assessees.

11 MIN2013 OCT 15
Comments
Do assessor comments on a multi-source feedback instrument provide learner-centred feedback? - P. Vivekananda-Schmidt interview

Faculty staff-guided versus self-guided ultrasound training for internal medicine residents - George Alba & Daniel Kelmenson i/v

Provides the first objective comparison of two approaches to training IM residents in ultrasonography.

10 MIN2013 OCT 15
Comments
Faculty staff-guided versus self-guided ultrasound training for internal medicine residents - George Alba & Daniel Kelmenson i/v

The roles of deliberate practice and innate ability in developing expertise - Kulamakan M. Kulasegaram interview

Examines the relationship between deliberate practice and working memory in accounting for expert performance.

14 MIN2013 SEP 12
Comments
The roles of deliberate practice and innate ability in developing expertise - Kulamakan M. Kulasegaram interview

Medical education and moral segmentation in medical students - Ian Wilson interview

Assesses moral judgement competence in medical students and investigates trends in moral judgement competence in relation to age, gender, culture, religion, year of medical course and different programmes within the medical curriculum.

11 MIN2013 SEP 12
Comments
Medical education and moral segmentation in medical students - Ian Wilson interview

The view from over there: reframing the OSCE through the experience of standardised patient raters - Jennifer L. Johnston i/v

Using constructivist grounded theory to analyse data from focus groups and individual semi-structured interviews with 38 SPs and four examiners.

15 MIN2013 AUG 12
Comments
The view from over there: reframing the OSCE through the experience of standardised patient raters - Jennifer L. Johnston i/v

When physician-expressed uncertainty leads to patient dissatisfaction: a gender study - Gaetan Cousin interview

Two studies used to determine whether physician-expressed uncertainty would have more of a negative impact on patient satisfaction when the physician in question was female rather than male.

16 MIN2013 AUG 12
Comments
When physician-expressed uncertainty leads to patient dissatisfaction: a gender study - Gaetan Cousin interview

Pressures and interventions imposed on medical school teachers regarding students' examination grades - Livia Puljak interview

Investigates the pressures and interventions experienced by medical school teachers in relation to grades awarded in assessments of students' knowledge.

11 MIN2013 JUL 15
Comments
Pressures and interventions imposed on medical school teachers regarding students' examination grades - Livia Puljak interview

Teaching mindfulness in medical school: where are we now and where are we going? - Patricia Dobkin interview

Examines the literature and related websites to determine the extent to which this work is carried out with medical students and residents.

15 MIN2013 JUL 15
Comments
Teaching mindfulness in medical school: where are we now and where are we going? - Patricia Dobkin interview