How we teach those who come after us is as important as the knowledge we learn for ourselves. Medicine throughout the ages has been an apprenticeship style model, but over the last few hundred years this has changed to tertiary education. However, is this the right model?
Our special guest is Dr Tristan Rutland who is an Anatomical Pathologist at Liverpool hospital and teaches at Western Sydney University. He was the recipient of the Konrad Muller RCPA award for Outstanding Teaching in 2020. He is also very active on Twitter (@TristanRutland7) posting #Tweetorials and Pathology Education.
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