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Pretending to be Ill

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…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

Designing new teaching and learning approaches for pharmacology and drug discovery, part 2:

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.…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

Designing new teaching and learning approaches for pharmacology and drug discovery - part 1

3D printing to develop molecular understanding, drug design experience and public engagement skills

As the programme coordinator for the clinical pharmacology and drug discovery programmes, I am always looking for ways to enhance the teaching and learning experience we offer as part of our postgraduate programmes. Not only does this…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

1968-2018 50 Years of Excellence in Medical Physics

The first student was enrolled on our Medical Physics MSc programme in September 1968, making this the 50th anniversary of the programme. To celebrate this we will be hosting an event on the 2nd of November, which is open to all former staff and students from the Biomedical Physics suite…

Published by The School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition, University of Aberdeen

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