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How a triangle and a MAP can help you find success in GP Exams.

Triangulation – a method by which a teacher gathers evidence about a learner. Triangles are everywhere in Medical Education.  We have Bloom’s Taxonomy, Maslow’s Heirechy and of course, Miller’s Pyramid. We have assessment triangles, and triangles to approach learning.   The reason why educators like triangles so much is that they help us formulate an …

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Do you see the forest or the trees? Clinical reasoning and the KFP.

It is a wonderful experience when you are listening to a speaker and the ‘switch flicks on’.  It might be the way they are speaking, the knowledge they are conveying, and/or the contribution of other participants that connects all the circuits together to light up your cognition.   I had such an experience this week during …

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Trumping the KFP – 10 tips for the perfect hand

With the Key Features Exam only a week away, the time for study planning and deep learning is long past.   The focus now should be on successfully ‘playing the game’ to be successful. Here are some critical points to remember when approaching the KFP: It is a method by which the key decision-making steps in …

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