The consequences of authentic early experience for medical students: creation of mētis.

  title={The consequences of authentic early experience for medical students: creation of mētis.},
  author={Sarah J Yardley and Caragh Brosnan and Jane Richardson},
  journal={Medical education},
  volume={47 1},
CONTEXT Authentic early experience (AEE) describes experiences provided to new medical students to undertake 'human contact' to enhance learning. Although the concept of AEE is not new, and was commonplace prior to the Flexner Report of 1910, little is known about how or why meaning and knowledge are constructed through early student placements in medical, social and voluntary workplaces. Variance among settings means AEE is a collection of non-uniform, complex educational interventions which… CONTINUE READING
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