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What’s the (Education) Diagnosis Doc? How Changing your Study Approach can Maximise your Exam Success.

Whether you’re gearing up to run the RACGP written exam races soon, or pacing your study for next year, it’s worth considering your training approach. No-one wants a false-step or start’ (which is a synonym for fail) which I explored in a previous blog. Repeated false starts can result in disqualification so it’s important to …

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Difficulty Navigating RACGP Exams? How to make a ‘Plan B’.

Human beings don’t like to fail.   Doctors are terrible at it.   Postgraduate exams are often the first exams Doctors have ever failed.  That’s hard, especially when that failure is linked to your self-esteem, professional image, and livelihood.  But sometimes, the strong emotions that accompany failure, stop us from taking the time to consider why we …

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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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Cracking the curriculum – the KEY to RACGP exam success

Doctor’s are very clever human beings – so why do we struggle with assessment, and in particular, why do we feel that it doesn’t measure our clinical practice accurately? The answer lies in Johari’s window which is a framework to understand the ‘self’.  Understanding the RACGP curriculum is the KEY to looking through Johari’s window. …

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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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