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A Miller Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence Initiative

What’s something you learned at the AMEE conference that you’ll take home with you?


Ambiance of the clinic, and improving communication and collaboration.

Lifelong Learning in Clinical Excellence | August 27, 2019 | <1 min read


Elaine Hill, MD, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

We must improve collaboration.

Fawzia Huq, MD, University of Sydney, Australia

To help my students understand threshold concepts that will improve their understanding of difficult concepts.

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Sunnea Stoule, University of Olso

You must be the communicator between your patient’s care team. Your patient should not be the messenger.

Scott Wright, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

The idea of threshold concepts. As I understand it, when we grow and develop, we transition from a comfortable phase to a threshold, or liminal phase, into a new way of being and thinking. This will change how I think about curriculum development and clinical coaching.

Owen Willis, Osmosis.com

The importance of the  ambiance of the clinic to improve the care of patients.

Elenora Leopardi, University of Newcastle, Australia

The importance of simulators, so that students don’t have to train on patients. This is a safer experience for both students and patients.

Laura Stround, Univeristityof Leeds

Equality, diversity, and affimative action included in the curriculum is essential.

Marcos Roja, University of Chile

Poetry as a learning method.