Introduction to Durable Learning
Introduction to Durable Learning

Introduction to Durable Learning

by Peter Horneffer, MD
In this introduction, Peter Horneffer M.D. provides the foundation for “learning about learning.” Dr. Horneffer describes why medical and health professionals must learn and retain an ever-increasing amount of knowledge over the course of their education and introduces the learning strategies that this course will cover in order to manage and master this flow of information. In these introductory videos, Dr. Horneffer also includes practical tips for health professions learners.

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  • Videos 2
  • Duration 0:24 h
  • Quiz questions 0
  • Concept Pages 0

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Your Educators of course Introduction to Durable Learning

 Peter Horneffer, MD

Peter Horneffer, MD

Dr. Peter Horneffer is the Executive Dean of the All American Institute of Medical Sciences (AAIMS) in Jamaica, which is an innovative new medical school which leverages technology to help build medical practitioner capacity in that underserved country. He also serves as Director of Medical Education at Lecturio.

He obtained his MD from Johns Hopkins where he stayed to complete his residency in cardio-thoracic surgery. In mid career he agreed to help create a new approach to delivering medical education to the underserved, and ultimately led the first school to be fully accredited using Internet-based resources and a hybrid approach to educate medical students simultaneously on multiple continents.

He still has a limited practice of heart surgery in Maryland, but spends most of his time teaching courses on Learning Science and hosts globally attended webinars for medical faculty, sharing effective ways to teach and learn.

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Good quality material easily explained
By Eugene P. on 15. November 2022 for Durable Learning Introduction

Good quality material easily explained. I really liked how dr.Horneffer smiles after giving the right answer. This small gesture makes me feel involved in the conversation. To make lectures even better add links to the sources. Since we are learning evidence-based medical education techniques that may make a good impression.