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Medical Science Educator November Article Review from Dr. Louis Justement

Medical Science Educator

It is common for undergraduate students to engage in undergraduate research experiences as part of their preparation for applying to medical and other professional schools. It is widely assumed that performing undergraduate research provides students with knowledge and skills, as well as attitudes that will prepare them for the demands of medical school, and in… Read more »

Medical Science Educator May Article Review from Dr. Ann Poznanski

Medical Science Educator

Each month the IAMSE Publications Committee reviews published articles from the archives of Medical Science Educator or of its predecessor JIAMSE. This monthā€™s review, written by Dr. John L. Szarek, is taken from the article titled Development of an Educational Activity for First- and Second-Year Medical Students Using Cadaver Pathologies to Enhance Clinical Reasoning and… Read more »

Medical Science Educator April Article Review from Dr. John L. Szarek

Medical Science Educator

Each month the IAMSE Publications Committee reviews published articles from the archives of Medical Science Educator or of its predecessor JIAMSE. This monthā€™s review, written by Dr. John L. Szarek, is taken from the article titledĀ Using Small Case-Based Learning Groups as a Setting for Teaching Medical Students How to Provide and Receive Peer Feedback, published… Read more »

#IAMSE17 – Workshop: The Basics of Team-Based Learning in a Day

WeĀ are thrilled to be able to present a pre-conference workshop on the Basics of Team-Based Learning at the 2017 IAMSE Meeting in conjunction with the Team-Based Learning Collaborative in Burlington. We hope you’ll join us to learn about TBL and how to make it work for you! TBL 101 – This is the single best… Read more »