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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.

We bring you the main points of a medical education article in under half a hour! Articles that are important, innovative, or will impact your educational practice are discussed. Earn MOC credits under Section 2 for each podcast.  

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Nov 12, 2019

Episode length - 25:44
This episode is the review of the first 3 classic papers discussed at the ICRE 2019 in Ottawa.
4:04 Jon Sherbino's choice.
9:36 Linda's choice.

Nov 5, 2019

Episode length 22:16

Linda Snell chosen paper was the 2nd paper reviewed at KeyLIME LIVE at the ICRE 2019 in Ottawa.

Feedback and debriefing –both essential for learning and improving future performance … are the underlying theories and actions unique, or is there a need to reconceptualize into a shared framework? 

Oct 29, 2019

Total length of episode 38:17

This episode was recorded live at ICRE 2019 in Ottawa, Ontario.

Jon presents paper first paper at 7:30

Purpose:  “…we sought to determine which interventions aimed at increasing under-represented populations are associated with meeting the desired outcomes of increasing the...

Oct 22, 2019

Episode length 25:58

Background: As health education evolves, a pipeline of individuals who possess the competencies necessary to develop new curricular content and deliver it via novel pedagogies is needed. Clinician educators (CEs)* are increasingly an important part of the medical education workforce. 

The purpose of...

Oct 15, 2019

Episode length 29:38

Jason's chosen paper is on Authorship, which is a fundamental attribution for scholarly contribution, and is the basis of career advancement, global recognition, funding, wellness, professional identity, and even historical legacy. Unfortunately, it is mired in tomfoolery. 

Voting on Methods at...