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Key Literature in Medical Education (KeyLIME) is a weekly podcast produced by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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Jul 23, 2013

In this episode: Linda’s paper this week:  "Have Motivation Theories Guided the Development and Reform of Medical Education Curricula? A review of the Literature" Length: 22:01 min. 

Authors: Kusurkar, R.A.; Croiset, G.; Mann, K.V.; Custers, E.; ten Cate, O.

Publication details: Have Motivation Theories Guided the Development and Reform of Medical Education Curricula?  A Review of the Literature. Academic Medicine; 87(6):735-743 PubMed Link

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