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Jun 28, 2013

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In the European Union, 23.2% of people ages 15 to 24 (roughly 6 million people) are unemployed (1). Surprisingly, EU youth unemployment is higher in countries where more young people have university degrees…… Youth unemployment in the European Union reminds us that there is a deepening mismatch between what the labor market needs and what […]

Jun 12, 2013

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Open access paper here in Acta.  An old message, but one frequently forgotten because everybody wants to ‘process’ patients too quickly to be safe or thorough. The Importance of a Full Clinical Examination: Assessment of Index Lesions Referred to a Skin Cancer Clinic Without a Total Body Skin Examination Would Miss One in Three Melanomas Roger […]

I came across this study of online learning, ‘Interactive Learning Online at Public Universities: Evidence from Randomized Trials’, by William G. Bowen, Matthew M. Chingos, Kelly A. Lack & Thomas I. Nygren via this well written piece by Kevin Carey. Again, the message for me, is that what we do offline is not too clever. You can […]

Philip Greenspun penned a great post sometime back, on why academic science careers were unattractive for many. It is worth reading first, before continuing here. He links to this earlier piece here, but also to another blog post about two female identical twins, one of whom is pursuing a career in medicine, the other in […]

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