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Uncertainty in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 26, 2019

We as healthcare professionals and medical educators grapple with Ambiguity all the time. However, we are still uncertain about how to deal with it. In this podcast, Dr Arabella Simpkin from Boston talks about the relevance of grey spaces in medical education and why embracing uncertainty is the key for […]

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Education Kanban

Dr Swapnil Pawar March 31, 2019

In this podcast, Professor Stuart Goldman talks about this novel concept in Medical Education and shares his insights from creating a Kanban system for his residency programme. It’s an innovative trainee driven feedback process and applies to any training programme, says Professor Goldman.

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Technology in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar February 25, 2019

The role of technology in MedEd is increasing day by day. It poses an enormous challenge to medical educators. In this podcast, Dr Eric Gantwerker from Chicago talks about his approach to deal with this challenge.

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Disruptive Innovation in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 29, 2019

A passionate medical education enthusiast, podcast evangelist, learning choreographer, and entrepreneur, Rob Rogger from the University of Kentucky discusses about disruptive innovation in MedEd and shares valuable insights from his journey in MedED.

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Networking as a Medical Educator

Dr Swapnil Pawar January 1, 2019

by Swapnil Pawar and Mike Gisondi What is Networking? Networking is the sharing of ideas through a conversation between individuals who have something in common. It’s that simple. The word, ‘networking’, carries a negative connotation, an activity carried out by the ruthless to get ahead. Not true of networking in […]

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Mentoring the Mentor

Dr Swapnil Pawar December 2, 2018

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 […]

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Networking in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar November 2, 2018

Networking is the sharing of ideas through a conversation between individuals who have something in common. In this podcast, Dr Mike Gisondi from Stanford University elaborates the significance of Networking in MedEd and talks about various important aspects of it.

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Podcasting in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar October 2, 2018

“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 […]