Kuala Lumpur 2018

IGHPE 2018 Fourth Annual conference: Emerging Technology-Enabled Themes in Health Professions Education, will be held from September 17-19, 2018 at the Hilton Kuala Lumpur hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Co-sponsored by the University of Malaya, this year’s program aims to provoke debate and formulate new ideas on the use of design and technology to bridge the gap between the theory and practice in health professions within the region and globally.

Writing for patients: Dr Denise Howard

Dr. Denise Howard, obstetrician and gynecologist, discusses her motivations for writing “The essence of you: your guide to gynecologic health” – a book that aims to answer the questions her patients always ask.

Iterative Clinical Competence Assessment

Many residency programs struggle with effective and efficient methods for their program to synthesize and analyze data to create robust milestones-based assessment of residents. Residents and faculty in the Pediatric Residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center collaborated to design an innovative iterative process for resident assessment using rotation-based Milestones reports, faculty […]

Elearning in the MENA region and med ed

Dr. Alan S. Weber joins our podcast to talk about the book he recently co-edited: E-learning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region , which provides the first comprehensive coverage of the “history, development, and current and future practices of e-learning” throughout the area. He also discusses some possible roles for […]

3D printing in medical education

3D printing – the production of three dimensional objects by the sequential addition layers of a building material atop each other according to a pattern – has been around for some time now, and 3D printers are being used today to produce everything from paperweights to entire houses. In September […]

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Clinical international experiences

Migration and cultural interconnection has been one of the major contributors to globalization of disease. This is often a challenge physicians face as they encounter illnesses that they have not seen before while working in...

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Iterative Clinical Competence Assessment

Many residency programs struggle with effective and efficient methods for their program to synthesize and analyze data to create robust milestones-based assessment of residents. Residents and faculty in the Pediatric Residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center...

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Elearning in the MENA region and medical education

Dr. Alan S. Weber joins our podcast to talk about the book he recently co-edited "E-learning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region ", the first comprehensive coverage of the “history, development, and current...

Writing for patients: Dr Denise Howard

Dr. Denise Howard, obstetrician and gynecologist, discusses her motivations for writing "The essence of you: your guide to gynecologic health" - a book that aims to answer the questions her patients always ask.

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Writing for Patients: Dr. Denise Howard

It is increasingly common to see health professionals writing for patients: Dr. Denise Howard discusses her book The essence of you: your guide to gynecologic health [1] in the IGHPE podcast. The book was written in response...

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Elearning in the MENA region and med ed

Dr. Alan S. Weber joins our podcast to talk about the book he recently co-edited: E-learning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region [1], which provides the first comprehensive coverage of the “history, development, and current...

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