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Undergraduate teaching using SimMan

By Daniel Cummings and David Cox One of the great things about simulation is that it engages students. Theory can be taught didactically, but simulation immerses a small group (and even, as we have shown, a large group) with a … Continue reading

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A successful Medical Education conference…

The Eighth Teikyo Symposium: 25-27 July 2012 In July 2012, the Centre for Medical Education Research at Durham University and Teikyo University at Durham hosted the Eighth Teikyo Symposium: ‘The Role of the Doctor: Past, Present and Future’. With 100 … Continue reading

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