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Structured academic writing retreats in healthcare professional practice

Abstract The critical importance of writing skills in communicating issues, such as the evidence needed for resources and change as well as the implementation of new practices and processes based on evidence‐based outcomes, are now core skills for every healthcare professional including nurses in clinical practice. Within a very busy and challenging...

Clinical teaching of CPD during the COVID pandemic

Can Balint groups fill a gap in medical curricula?

Abstract Background Emotions play a fundamental role in the professional development of doctors. Teaching medical students about the role of emotions in illness and relationships with patients can be challenging. Balint groups involve a case presentation and discussion focussed on the emotional component of patient interactions. This study aimed...

Useful multicultural language in medical practice

Helping Future Providers Talk About Mental Health

Patient tattoos and establishing rapport: a student reflection

Revisiting cultural competence

SUMMARY Background Although the importance of developing health care trainees and trainers’ cultural competence is widely acknowledged, limited information is available on what elements of cultural competence should be taught. A lack of theoretical clarity and consensus over what constitutes the competence attributes is a key hurdle in faculty development...

Leading synchronous virtual teaching sessions

Abstract While there has been increasing demand for online education over the past decade, social distancing recommendations during the COVID‐19 pandemic have accelerated the transition from the physical to the virtual classroom. Staples of clinical education, such as grand rounds, noon conferences, case conferences and chalk talks, have been abruptly...

A toolbox for conducting an online OSCE

Abstract This toolbox highlights the lessons learned and the tools used to run the online OSCE at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences, Arabian Gulf University (CMMS‐AGU) using Zoom™️. The examiners considered the examination to be valid in assessing all clinical skills except for psychomotor skills and students found it to be highly acceptable....

Why computer science should be a core component of the medical curriculum

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