By: Kimberly Schertzer (@KASchertzer); Annahieta Kalantari (@akkalantari); Shivani Mody (@ShivaniMody); Derek Monette (@DerekMonetteMD); Anita Thomas (@yourbabydoctor) Whether it comes from an old Seinfeld episode or poor potluck etiquette, the term “double dip” has negative connotations. […]
Does Academy = Community?
(The ICE blog is growing! We’ve reno-ed our offices, purchased some bunk beds, and car pooled to work in order to add two new editors. This post is from a new editor Mike Gisondi. You […]
What do Patient Safety, Quality Improvement and Resource Stewardship Have in Common?
By: Brian M. Wong (@Brian_M_Wong) They have been explicitly integrated into the revised CanMEDS 2015 Physician Competency Framework Medical educators are looking for practical solutions to ensure these distinct concepts are adequately and effectively integrated […]
Moral Entrepreneurs, Folk Devils and Pasteur’s Quadrant: Hints for Producing Compelling Scholarship
(Welcome to the blog Glenn Regehr, an education scientist from the University of British Columbia, who will be well known to many readers. This is the first in a series -Jonathan (@sherbino)) By Glenn Regehr […]
The Lost(?) Art of the Cardiac Physical Exam – #FOAMed Resources
2016 is the 200th anniversary of the invention of the modern stethoscope, by Prof Laennec of Paris. This simple instrument is key to diagnose and to exclude abnormalities of the heart,1 but its getting little […]