Occasional Paper 5: The Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE): its conception and development(2010)
Occasional Paper 1
Comprehensive Evaluation of Medical Specialist Training: Accreditation of Educational Institutions and Individual Assessment
H Karle and J Nystrup
Summary: This booklet highlights the need for collaboration in Europe and looks at the lessons which can be learned from experience in North America
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Occasional Paper 2
Teaching and Learning About Communicating How to Breaking Bad News
E G Buckley, L J Fallowfield, K M Boyd, D Doyle, N McIntosh and R M Harden
Summary: An important collection of hints, guidelines and case studies on this previously neglected area of medical education.
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Occasional Paper 3
Glossary of Medical Education Terms
Summary: Finding definitions or descriptions of educational terms and concepts used in medical and healthcare professions education is sometimes not easy. Where they do exist, the meaning may not be clear, or it may be interpreted differently by different populations. The Glossary attempts to pull together a definitive list of terms, which has been collated from dictionaries, encyclopaedias, glossaries, articles and the Internet. In dictionary format, the glossary also includes terms from the areas of population health, information management administration and management of health systems. The Glossary is far from exhaustive, and some of the definitions will prove controversial. The author hopes it will stimulate discussion and debate, and welcomes suggestions for change and additions in preparation for a second edition.
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Occasional Paper 4
The Scottish Doctor: Learning Outcomes for the Medical Undergraduate in Scotland: A Foundation for Competent and Reflective Practitioners 3rd edition
Scottish Deans' Medical Education Group
Summary: The 3rd edition of the Scottish Doctor is a refinement of the first two editions taking into account feedback received and the recommendations of the General Medical Council in their publication 'Tomorrows Doctors' (2003).
The'Scottish Doctor' is designed to serve as an intuitive and flexible appraoch to specifying learning outcomes in medicine in a form that makes them acccessible to all concerned with medical education. This includes teachers, planners, students and the public
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