Sara Mackenzie

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BACKGROUND Contemporary education for medical students should be student-centred, integrated and contextualised. Small group learning promotes clinical reasoning and skills for lifelong learning. Simulation can provide experiential learning in a safe and controlled environment. We developed a weekly integrated problem-based learning and simulation programme(More)
I am proud to be a product of an excellent training system that builds trainees and fellows with an ongoing desire to learn. Dogmatic incorporation of external courses into training would be incongruent with medical education best practice principles upon which the new curriculum is founded. I am confident that our junior colleagues can – as we were – be(More)
The transition to specialist practice is a challenging time in a doctor’s career. New fellows – who traditionally have been focused on becoming competent independent clinicians during advanced training – are thrust into a myriad of complex new situations in their practice as specialists. While changes to the ACEM curriculum framework to incorporate(More)
By Surgeon-Major S. Coul Mackenzie, M.D. [Dr. Mackenzie lias kindly placed at our disposal a very careful report of the health of the prisoners?European and Native?during the six years, 1871-76, in which }>e held the office of superintendent and medical officer. The facts recorded thus possess an additional value from having been placed on record by one(More)