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Pugh St.
How to…Teach with patients present
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 2, 210

Mohanna K., Waters M.
Multiple perspectives on learning: but which way for instructional design?
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 6, 563

Koo S., Sandars J.
Podcasting for undergraduate healthcare education
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 1, 13

Gündling P.W.
Lernziele im Blockpraktikum Allgemeinmedizin -Vergleich der Präferenzen von Studierenden und Lehrärzten
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 84, (2008), 5, 218

Mclntyre El., et al, **
How to conduct effective skill building workshops
Australian Family Physician 37, (2008), 10,

Gibson Cl.J.
How to…Teach in the clinical setting
Education for General Practice 19, (2008), 3, 337

O'Rourke J.
Small group learning and videoconferencing: are they compatible?
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 2, 192

Noble J.
How to: Develop a learning organization
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 2, 220

Leelapattana W., Jaturapatporn
Cinemeducation workshop: an innovative tool for interprofessional education. A preliminary result of an application of educational theories to curriculum redesign
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 4, 510

Pitts J.
How to: Understand portfolio-based learning
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 3, 404

Withers Tr., Sood M.
Using teenagers as role players in a GP VTS: feasible, effective and fun
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 3, 393

Mclntyre El., Millar Sh., Thom
Convening a conference - Facilitating networking among delegates
Australian Family Physician 36, (2007), 8,

Hanley K., et al,
Exploration game: global GP hire
Education for General Practice 18, (2007), 4, 523

Svenberg Kr., Wahlqvist M., Ma
A memorable consultation: Writing reflective accounts articulates students' learning in general practice
Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care 25, (2007), 2, 75 | Pubmed

Waldmann U.-M., et al,
Überblick über Patientensimulations-programme - Hintergründe, Möglichkeiten und Einsatz in der Lehre
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 82, (2006), 12, 536

Waldmann. U.-M,. Guiich M. S.,
Blended Learning im Seminar Allgemeinmedizin - Umsetzung und Akzeptanz des Einsatzes virtueller Patienten
Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 82, (2006), 12, 543

Johnson C., Bird J.
How to teach reflective practice
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 6, 640

Howard J., Valentine M.
Educational governance: a new paradigm
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 5, 436

Halpern H.
Thinking out loud
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 3, 258

MacDonald J., Kell Cl.
How to develop your teaching through peer review
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 4, 404

Smail S., Hayes T., Pugsley L.
How to make the most of learning moments and hot reviews
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 2, 171

Halpern H.
Interrupting
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 5, 500

Brigley St.
How to teach ethics
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 5, 511

Hayes T., Pugsley L.
How to: Produce handouts
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 1, 75

Sandars J.
Mobile phones in undergraduate medical education: the tide is beginning to flow
Education for General Practice 17, (2006), 6, 549

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U-LEARNING
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 4, 499

Carter K., et al,
How to evaluate work-based learning
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 6, 726

Lindh M., Hugo J.
Students' reflections on self-directed learning using patient studies in a Masters programme in family medicine in South Africa
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 4, 474

Pugsley L.
How to give an effective presentation
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 5, 613

McMillan Rh., Kelly D.
A project of Team Involvement in Development and Learning (TIDAL)
Education for General Practice 16, (2005), 2, 175