#KeyLIMEPodcast 345: KeyLIME Questions Show – Part 1

The co-hosts answer listener questions, collected via social media and email.

In Part 1, the following questions are tackled: 

  • What is the difference between Framework and a Theory?
  • Why are RCTs not the gold standard for #MedEd Research?
  • What is the KeyLIME Podcast origin story?
  • Who are “The Habs”?
  • How do you prep for a KeyLIME episode?
  • Is there enough real estate in #MedEd journals to include all of that methodological  documentation that we get asked for?
  • How do we address the “Aretha Franklin effect” (lack of R-E-S-P-E-C-T?) in #MedEd? 
  • What are Medical Education experiments “good for”?

Plus a few “surprise questions” to wrap things up.

Listen to the episode here. Part 2 coming next week!

If you have any questions you’d like answered on future shows please email keylime@royalcollege.ca

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