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The term ‘integration’ is commonly used in medical education to describe a variety of practices that span a broad range of educational practices. It is often used to describe a curriculum, assessment practices, an approach to teaching and learning across levels of learning or professions, or simply a bringing together of ideas. As an experienced educator I sometimes still find the use of the terms puzzling, because there are probably no agreed definitions and no code of practice that guides when the term should be used. As a result, the words are used frequently, but in different contexts, and probably with different meanings. This paper sets out to address this confusion by discussing what integration could mean in medical education.
Since the development of the practice-based small-group learning programme (PBSGL) some 25 years ago, the appeal of this dynamic approach to distributed continuing learning has led to applications...
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This week we say good-bye to Andrea Hargreaves – one of the unsung heroines of the Green Journal. Andrea, whose official title is Publishing Team Manager, has served with distinction throughout my term, and for much of the time when my...
We had our Editorial Board Meeting last week. Education for Primary Care is very lucky to have such an experienced and thoughtful Editorial Board, and unlike many journals, we like to put them to good use in thinking through...
In my recent editorial for volume 23.6, my age began to show: “I belong to the generation that had to keep journal cuttings or card-index files if we wanted to stand any chance of finding again an article that wasn’t listed on Index...