Learning in practice

This post courtesy of Anne Taylor-Vaisey: Learning in Practice: What the educators are saying

John Norcini, M Brownell Anderson

BMJ 2005;330:405, doi:10.1136/bmj.330.7488.405 [Full text] [PDF]

I was pleased to see that Linda Casebeer and colleagues' article is featured in this month's What the educators are saying:

Casebeer L [and others] Standardizing evaluation of on-line continuing medical education: physician knowledge, attitudes, and reflection on practice. J Contin Educ Health Prof 2004 Spring;24(2):68-75.

Other articles featured:

Reducing junior doctors' work hours reduces medical errors

Vignettes can help in assessing clinical quality

Reducing didactic learning doesn't affect knowledge

Surgeons' critical appraisal skills improve with internet based journal club

Multiple mini-interview assesses applicants' non-cognitive qualities

Here is the BMJ table of contents for February 19 2005.

Remember, all articles are free for the next week.

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