Medical School

Thumbs up for Team Based Learning

Dr Neel Sharma | Posted 03.03.2014 | UK
Dr Neel Sharma

Recently I had the pleasure of observing a team based learning (TBL) session at the newly established Lee Kong Chian (LKC) School of Medicine, a joint initiative between Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University. As a doctor having trained via problem based learning (PBL) I was able to appreciate the stark difference between the two forms of instruction.

'Rejection' in Medical Education

Dr Neel Sharma | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Dr Neel Sharma

Receiving a tirade of criticism from reviewers isn't exactly what I would deem professional. I know the General Medical Council has a huge interest in doctors maintaining their professional etiquette when it comes to patient care but this seems less so with the domain of doctor vs peer reviewer.

The Practice of Medicine - Not Simply a Science But Now an Art

Dr Neel Sharma | Posted 31.10.2013 | UK
Dr Neel Sharma

My arrival into medical school back in 2001 launched me, not only into a world of systemic disease, but rather a world of information overload. Verbose medical texts were seen scattered across my room with my typical schedule spent inhaling the multitude of odours as expressed by a cohort of 200 plus students during lecture hall gatherings.

Yoga Gets in to Medical Schools!

Emma Brooke | Posted 31.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Emma Brooke

This week I thought I'd bring you a bit of news from the yoga world. I try to keep up to date with stuff but there's so many amazing things going on e...