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Evidence-based pressure-ulcer practice: the Ottawa model of research use.
Developing evidence-based nursing practice among diverse health-care settings is a particular challenge in the face of current health-care restructuring. This paper describes application of theExpand
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Continuing Medical Education, Continuing Professional Development, and Knowledge Translation: Improving Care of Older Patients by Practicing Physicians
Many community‐based internists and family physicians lack familiarity with geriatrics knowledge and best practices, but they face overwhelming fiscal and time barriers to expanding their skills andExpand
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Practicing Physician Education in Geriatrics: Lessons Learned from a Train‐the‐Trainer Model
Evidence of poor performance in the evaluation and management of common geriatric conditions suggests the need for changing physician behavior in these areas. Traditional lecture‐style continuingExpand
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Update in Medical Education
Academic general internists are integral medical educators across the entire continuum of learners. Medical education research allows us to incorporate best practices in curriculum development andExpand
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Otolaryngology residency education: a scoping review on the shift towards competency‐based medical education
Residency training programmes worldwide are experiencing a shift from the traditional time‐based curriculum to competency‐based medical education (CBME), due to changes in the healthcare system thatExpand
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Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine: A Regional Dissemination Model
Background: Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is a framework for critically appraising medical literature and applying it to the care of individual patients. Lack of faculty skilled in practicing andExpand
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HIV and Canada's hemophiliacs: looking back at a tragedy.
  • K. Dunn
  • Medicine
  • CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal…
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Update in Medical Education 2010–2011
This review brings important medical education articles of 2010 to the attention of academic general internists. These studies offer methods to improve trainee supervision, continuity of care and theExpand
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Nursing diagnosis and process evaluation: implications for continuing education.
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For the General Internist: A Review of Relevant 2013 Innovations in Medical Education
We conducted a review of articles published in 2013 to identify high-quality research in medical education that was relevant to general medicine education practice. Our review team consisted of sixExpand
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