Tag Archives: learning

Jun5

A Case Study: Unlearning

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Ogilvy CommonHealth Creative team’s associate copywriter, Uchechi Iroha, explores the concept of unlearning and the importance of making mistakes.

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Sep17

Blended Learning in Medical Education: Five Top Tips

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As we move into an age where “digital by default” becomes the maxim we live and work by, how do we ensure that we continue to deliver successful medical education programmes that not only meet the business needs of our clients but also the learning needs of the end-user? The digital age is bringing about […]

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Jan11

A New Year’s Resolution That May Add Weight—To Your Brain

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In 2012, I added running to my fitness routine. In addition to training a few times a week, I actually ran in eight 5K races and often finished ahead of people half my age, though I had to spike their water to do so. I took up running because, while I am interested in the […]

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Jul24

Why Is It So Hard to Learn From Somebody Else’s Mistake?

Recently, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to drive to Key West from southern Florida. (I know, I know, it sucks to be me. If you’ve done it before, you know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t, I highly recommend it). It’s an absolutely spectacular drive along Route 1, with crystal blue water […]

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