This page displays apps and podcasts related to Medical Education.
This is a great resource to learn about all things about medical education (#meded).
Harvard Macy Institute @harvardmacy - is a great resource for clinical education progress - www.harvardmacy.org
- Committed to creating a global community of medical educators and leaders dedicated to transforming healthcare delivery and education.
BJA Education podcasts [archive]
Aims to improve healthcare outcomes by fostering effective feedback and debriefing practices.
KeyLIME - Key Literature in Medical Education podcasts
These podcasts, produced by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, summarise key points from articles on medical education in 20 minutes.
MedEdTalk strives to discuss topics with researchers, educators and students within Medical Education and Health Profession Education.
The podcast for all things med ed.
Website: Medutopia - Home | Facebook
P cubed presentations podcast
p cubed presentations is a concept about presentations and how to improve them. The aim is to share ideas about presentations, their construction, design and delivery such that the message is not lost, in time, like tears in rain.
Read by QxMD aims to provide a single place to keep up with new medical & scientific research. It is user friendly and displays content in the style of a personalised digital journal. Feedback is encouraged - firstname.lastname@example.org
Use BrowZine to find, read and stay up to date with the complete list of online journals available through the ANZCA Library. It is user friendly and displays journals in subject categories for you to browse. Journals available through the Library will allow you to click through to full-text access. You can also add your favourite journal titles to your personal bookshelf on your device.
When setting up BrowZine for the first time on your device:
The Clinical Teacher journal has selected vodcasts (a podcast with video content) available through the journal website.
Click the link below for access to this part of the journal. You will be prompted for your College ID and password, as Clinical Teacher is a subscribed journal resource.
You can re-use The Clinical Teacher's vodcasts under the Creative Commons Licence.
Below is one example of a vodcast, which was published onine on May 26, 2015. It describes a curricular innovation project which implemented a flipped classroom curriculum for the gynaecologic oncology topics of the obstetrics and gynaecology medical student clerkship, and evaluating student satisfaction with the change.