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In this podcast series, we will meet educators around the globe to discuss various educational approaches and challenges that we face as an educator. An expert educator shares his/her insight and experience to help upcoming educators to progress in their career. This is a shared learning experience and we will like you to join this community to share your experience with other educators.
 
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Join Dr. Eve Purdy from Canada to learn how to dissect the culture of your working environment through the lens of Anthropology. In this podcast, she describes simulation as a means to create moments of cultural compression and how that can be beneficial to evaluate and thus potentially modify the culture of the place.…
 
Translational simulation in the context of pandemic refers to the subset, which is oftentimes but not always in-situ simulation activity. This is really targeting a particular service outcome and involves going through essentially a quality improvement cycle of studying it, planning, doing something, restudying it, acting on that. COVID-19 pandemic…
 
There has been a trend of the increasing use of infographics in MedEd. In this thought-provoking podcast, Dr Ben Symon from Brisbane advises budding educators to use it as an adjunct rather than the primary pedagogy. He talks about the role of infographics in promoting scholarship in MedEd and shares his insights in designing the better infographic…
 
Social media has become the integral part of medical educator's life. In this podcast, Jesse Spurr from Queensland talks about how to social media to create an impressive and effective profile as an educator. For his paid work, Jesse is a critical care nurse. Much to the dismay of his ever-patient (and infinitely more successful) wife, Jesse likes …
 
"Branding" is not just a narcissistic pursuit, but it can be used effectively to disseminate your knowledge and expertise in Medical Education. In this podcast, Prof Vic Brazil talks about the novel concept of Branding for Medical Educators. The key message is "Know your Audience" & be mindful about the distinction between "Personal Brand" vs "Inst…
 
In the modern MedEd world, mentoring has become the buzzword. However, there is not enough training to become a good mentor. Often it is expected that everyone should be able to mentor their juniors. In this podcast, Dr Gotian who is Chief Learning Officer in the Department of Anesthesiology, Assistant Dean for Mentoring and Executive Director of t…
 
"Podcasting allows you to enter in the Global Classroom," says Podcast maestro & @EMcases fame Dr Anton Helman from Toronto. In this podcast, not only he discusses the podcasting process and the equipment but also highlights the importance of space repetitive multimodal learning model. Stay tuned with his upcoming Podcast Camp for Medical Educators…
 
Social media presence in medical education is increasing day by day. However, there is not much guidance for medical educators around how to use it. In this informative podcast, world-renowned social media expert and MedEd guru Teresa Chan from McMaster University shares her valuable insights and talks about the pros and cons of SoMe in MedEd.…
 
In this excellent podcast, well known "Feedback" researcher Dr Subha Ramani from Harvard Medical School discusses about various aspects of Feedback conversations. "Feedback is not a Recipe" is the key message, says Dr Ramani. She shares her insights from her in-depth research on feedback conversations and proposes the R2C2 model and Johari's window…
 
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