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Mar 13, 2012

In this episode: Jon discusses “Competency-based Medical Education: Theory to practice” from Medical Teacher which the hosts either wrote or contributed to and certainly don’t have ulterior motives when they claim it is the best publication of 2010. Length: 8:09 min

Authors: Frank, J.; Snell, L.; ten Cate, O.; Holmboe, E.; Carraccio, C.; Swing, S.; Harris, P.; Glasgow, N.; Campbell, Craig; Dath, D.; Harden, R.M.; Iobst, W.; Long, D.; Mungroo, R.; Richardson, D.; Sherbino, J.; Silver, I.; Taber, S.; Talbot, M.; Harris, K.A.

Publication details: Competency-based Medical Education: Theory to practice. Medical Teacher.  2010;32(8):638-45. PubMed Link

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