Author: Salim Resaie
Editor: Rob Cooney
Sir William Osler, the father of beside teaching once said let the patient teach you.
The Plimsoll Line
Christopher I. Doty, MD
Loice Swisher, MD
Samuel Plimsoll was a social reformer known in England for his work in shipping reform.
When I was a resident, I was amazed at the way our faculty routinely took time from the hustle of the department to impart clinical education.
Editors Note: Welcome to Browsing the Stacks, a new section of The Teaching Institute Blog that will focus on reviewing books and journal articles that we feel will be of interest to you as educators.
Burnout. It’s real. And I know, because I’ve been there.
I knew that I’d been feeling bad mentally, that I’d had random aches and pains,
Background: Over the past few years, podcasts have become an increasingly popular modality for education in Emergency Medicine. Surveys of EM residents have shown that residents are spending a larger amount of time listening to podcasts,
One of my very good friends, Ross Fisher, states that every great talk has three core components: the story, the supportive media, and the delivery.
By Scott Kobner
New York University School of Medicine
Great presenters spend an inordinate amount of time on their slide set/supportive media. Supportive media is just one piece of the presentation but an important one. Bad slides ruin a presentation and draw focus away from the speaker and the message.