Kevin Eva, Editor in Chief of Medical Education, talks to Kalman Winston (Assistant Professor of Academic Success, Ross University, Dominica) about remediation, one of the next frontiers for Medical Education and the medical education research community. Kal Winston is co-author of the paper ‘At-risk medical students: implications of students’ voice for the theory and practice of remediation’ (Volume 44, Issue 10, Medical Education) which discusses how to identify and help students who are in difficulty during their health professional training. To view the article, please use the following link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03759.x/abstract

Kevin Eva, Editor in Chief of Medical Education, talks to Kalman Winston (Assistant Professor of Academic Success, Ross University, Dominica) about remediation, one of the next frontiers for Medical Education and the medical education research community. Kal Winston is co-author of the paper ‘At-risk medical students: implications of students’ voic... Show more

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