#KEYLIMEPODCAST 295: Holiday Special!

It’s a yearly favourite, full of laughs! In this special holiday episode, each authors does a “quickie” review on a paper with a light topic. Laughs abound! Listen in here. 

Narula, R. et al., Humor as a Learning Aid in Medical Education. NJIRM 2011; Vol. 2(1).Jan-March eISSN: 0975-9840 pISSN: 2230 – 9969 e

Myers, K.A. Can academic satire exist in the age of ‘fake news’_Tracking the citation record of a ‘holiday review’ paper. BMJ. 2019;367:l6763

Babenko, O. et al., Students perceptions of learning environment and their leisure-time exercise in medical school – Does sport background matter? Perspect Med Educ 9, 92–97 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40037-020-00560-w

Phillips, D. and Kent, A. Deconstructing Access Points.

*Note: there are no abstracts for the Holiday Special articles.

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