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Residency Program Directors Like The Idea Of “Flipped Classroom” Active Learning, But Don’t Use It Very Often

Flipped Classroom: Only 56% of internal medicine program directors responded to survey questions regarding attitudes towards and use of “flipped classroom” techniques in their program, but their responses are likely somewhat representative.  Overall attitudes were positive, averaging about 4 on … Continue reading

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Can Residents Be Taught To Teach? 

Resident As Teacher: The authors describe a one-day “residents as teachers” modified team-based learning curriculum utilized for second-year pediatrics residents.  Residents were given time to do brief pre-readings on pertinent topics:  adult learning theory, feedback, skill-teaching, and learner orientation.  The … Continue reading

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Most Popular Reviews (1)

(public domain via Pixabay.com) Here’s a look back at some the most popular DR MERL reviews. Gender Bias: How Did They Do That? Interviews Of Female Full Professors Authors interviewed 87% of the female full professors at the University of … Continue reading

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