Monthly Archives: June 2012

@sandnsurf accessing his brain at #icem2012

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#ICEM2012 – new wave in distance medical education

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The #ICEM2012 twitter crew

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Symplur analytics from ICEM – very cool

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#ICEM2012

The buzz on twitter surrounding the ICEM in Dublin is phenomenal. I feel privileged and excited to be part of this educational revolution. I’ll write more on this as the dust settles, but for now have a look at these … Continue reading

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More IST-3 comment: lets use a rod and reel instead of a drift net

A nicely written comment on IST-3 which is similar in conclusion to my original post (i.e. this is a rubbish study that adds nothing and contains badly orchestrated smoke and mirrors, but there probably is a group who will benefit, … Continue reading

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IST-3: more a sunset for stroke lysis than a false dawn

The illustrious David Newman of smartem.org and thennt.com speaks, and agrees with me. IST-3 is a debacle! “With advances in scientific literacy it has been years since I have seen a top journal allow authors to proclaim a conclusion in direct … Continue reading

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