Innovation in Education

innovation This month’s issue of Medical Education has several Really Good Stuff (RGS) articles that are worth reading, including the introduction, where intern deputy editors provide their advice for authors who are seeking to publish their medical innovation projects. Generalizability of the problem and practicality or transferability of the innovation were identified as key issues for authors to consider, given RGS has a wide international readership. Another key advice addressed the challenge of describing innovations with sufficient detail and clarity while working with a word limit of 500.–Sarang Kim, MD

Anderson MB, Yusoff MS, Stenfors-Hayes T, Ajjawi R. Introduction. Med Educ. 2014 May;48(5):520-1. doi: 10.1111/medu.12454. PubMed PMID: 24712937.

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