This semester, Film and Visual Culture (FVC) Honours students were given the chance to study an interdisciplinary course taught by Dr Silvia Casini. Cinema and Science: Beyond Science Fiction invited students to consider the relationship between science and cinema through nine weekly themes and four guest speakers. Themes ranged from…
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Welcome to PEGblogs - a series of blog posts about postgraduate teaching, work placements and educational research in the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition!
Welcome to this, the first post in our new blog mini-series, PEGblogs, launched in November 2020 via our School Blog page. We will be…
The following article appeared in the Winter 2018 issue of "Third Age Matters".
Patient-doctor role-play is an invaluable medical training process, extending the emotional range of everyone who takes part, says Dr Stuart Hannabuss, a writer, retired academic and lay chaplain at the University of Aberdeen.
"As we age and…
Over the course of three repeat days at the end of November, I ran a set of practical classes and gave a lecture aiming to provide Advanced Higher (otherwise known as S6) pupils with a snapshot of what it is like to be a student at the University of Aberdeen. …
Developing new and improved methods for engaging students with pharmacokinetics
I recall when I was a student how difficult the mathematical elements of pharmacokinetics were to understand. They were traditionally taught in a dry manner using blackboard and chalk making their relevance to pharmacology and clinical outcomes difficult to connect.…
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