Welcome to the first KeyLIME Podcast of 2018! If you haven’t yet heard, we are moving to weekly releases!
The hosts introduce a new series called “Ripped from the Headlines”, inspired by Riffed from the headlines on CBC Radio. In this series, one of the hosts selects three quotes – two real, one fake – and asks their co-hosts to spot the fake!
In this first iteration, Jason has selected the following three quotes …did his co-host guess right? Did you? Check out the podcast here to find out!
- “…We employed the VARK questionnaire to assess the differences in learning styles and approaches among medical undergraduates. A totally of 284 students participated…Participants whose teaching was tailored to their respective learning styles had superior learning outcomes in comparison with controls…”
- “…The reported strategies and attitudes helped to develop, mental, physicial and social resource pools that fostered effective decision making. Successful coping…encouraged the maintenance of resilience-promoting abilities. In relation to Conservation of Resources Theory, physician resilience emerged as the ability to invest personal resources in a way that initiatives positive resource spirals…”
- “…many educators tasking with implementing CBME understandably feel they have limited power to protest…For too long CBME has been allowed to propagate based the regulatory and administrative power of a small group…CBME…is faith-based medical education, replete with its own unopposable truths and its authorized high priests…”
We would love to hear your feedback on this new series – use the comments section below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Note: while most episodes will be retaining our original format, the plan would be for this series to appear a few times a year).
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