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Medical education: adaptive experience and self-regulated learning

Adaptive experience and self-regulated learning are crucial to develope an expert status. We need more expertise.

Prof Trevor Gibbs, President of AMEE: “Simulation is extremely important as a protection for patients”

Prof Gibbs would like newly qualified doctors to be able to say ‘I know how to manage the situations I’m going to encounter’ and that comes with practice. 

We have improved the Practicum Script mobile app by integrating the clinical debate forum

The clinical debate forum is already available on your mobile app. Come and join the discussion!

We are launching in four countries the clinical reasoning training programme for students

Francisco de Vitoria, La Salle, Ghent and Exeter universities offer the Practicum Universities clinical reasoning training programme to more than 750 students.

The Practicum Institute attended the congress of the Spanish Society of Medical Education along with leading national personalities

At the beginning of November, Dr Eduardo Hornos shared three days of medical education in Salamanca. On the table: simulation, flipped learning and assessment.

European medical schools confirm endorsement of the Practicum Script international project for medical students

Between November 7 and 9, EBMA celebrated its annual conference. The main focus was put on 'New approaches to assessment in health professions education'.

Machine learning will improve automatic recognition of hypotheses in Practicum Script

OcMaLe, acronym for Octopoda Machine Learning, is a new software development that will review the hypotheses of the platform users in just two seconds.


The Spanish Medical Student Council (CEEM) assessed positively the cases of the pilot project directed toward students

Four members of the Spanish Council of Medical Students have approved the contents for the pilot study Practicum Universities.


WHO includes diagnostic errors among the main causes of patient harm

With the aim of alleviating the incidence of preventable medical errors, the WHO celebrated World Patient Safety Day on September 17.

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