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The Practicum Foundation joins ASME, the British association of medical education

Last week, the Practicum Foundation became a member of the prestigious Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME).

How to use intuition to hit the target when establishing a diagnosis


Intuition is related to experience as well as to the recognition of signs and symptoms based on it.

A Lancet article increases the rate of deaths caused by noncommunicable diseases to 73%

What if this increase is a clear sign of a phenomenon of behavioral diseases that deviates from the statistical patient and demands more critical judgment?

Relational reasoning can improve clinical performance and prevent medical errors

Analogy, anomaly, antinomy, and antithesis are strategies to reinforce medical education.

Uncertainty as a factor for integration in the evaluation of clinical reasoning and training

No one doubts clinical reasoning is essential for optimal clinical practice today, but moving forward in this field involves recognizing the existence of uncertainty and the fact that there may be more than one correct answer.

The Argentine university USAL implements Practicum Script for medical students and residents

The University of Salvador joins the multicenter pilot project of application of Practicum Script to medical students and also embraces the implementation of the simulator in hospitals for resident physicians.

 

A project to deliver Practicum Script to medical students was successfully presented during the EBMA 2018 conference

The arrival of Practicum Script to the university sphere has gained momentum after the annual conference of the European Board of Medical Assessors (EBMA), held on November 23 and 24 in Braga (Portugal). 

 

Practicum Foundation is invited to join the Spanish Industrial Hub of the Human Brain Project

1000 million in 10 years to simulate the complexity of the human brain through supercomputing. That is the proposal of The Human Brain Project, flagship of European science that aims to assimilate to the arrival on the Moon with the Apollo mission.

Practicum Script launches a pilot project for the application of the simulator to graduate medical students at the Catholic University of Argentina

The Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina (UCA) has joined the EBMA program to participate in an international, multicenter, research program that will include the application of Practicum Script to fourth- and fifth-grade medical students. 

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