Launch of the KIPRIME Podcast - exploring the frontiers in medical education research
Karolinska Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education (KIPRIME) is awarded for outstanding research in medical education. The Unit for Teaching and Learning at KI is launching the KIPRIME Podcast with the aim to contribute to your lifelong learning in medical education.
The KIPRIME Podcast provides a broad and evidence-based panorama over the global cutting-edge research in medical education.
Karolinska Institutet Prize for Research in Medical Education (KIPRIME) is financed by the Gunnar Höglund and Anna-Stina Malmborg Foundation, which was established in 2001. The founders are MDs/PhDs and have been active within Karolinska Institutet for many years. The Unit for Teaching and Learning (UoL), in collaboration with the Foundation, is now proudly launching a new podcast series where you will meet the globally most prominent scholars in medical education.
Learn more about what evidence we have when assessing learners. Other topics in the podcast:
- How does artificial intelligence (AI) impact teaching and learning?
- How is clinical reasoning developed?
- What role has language for collaboration in health care teams?
- What are the properties of excellent clinical teaching?
Among the guests in the 24 episodes of the KIPRIME Podcast are professors Brian Hodges, Lorelei Lingard, David Irby, Cees van der Vleuten, Ronald Harden and this year’s KIPRIME winner Glenn Regehr. You will meet all the 10 winners of KIPRIME who present their scholarship and thoughts about the future.
There are also 14 episodes with the KIPRIME Fellows from all over the world, representing next generation in the diverse and emerging field of medical education. The KIPRIME Fellows program was initiated to broaden the basis of top research in the field.
The Unit for Teaching and Learning (UoL) likes to contribute to your lifelong learning in medical education and provides you with inspiration.
- The KIPRIME Podcast provides a broad perspective and it promotes diversity in medical education which creates a thrill and nerve. The field is moving fast into new, yet unexplored territory, says Jonas Nordquist, KIPRIME Fellows Director.
The KIPRIME Podcast has been produced in collaboration with Alina Jenkins, BBC Presenter and Journalist.