Rethinking Medical Education

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Hilliard Jason, MD, EdD

First posted: 9/17/08
Revised: 1/25/12


  1. Rakesh Patel  

    Dear Professor. I was at AMEE and had the privilege of witnessing your plenary session. You showed some clips about the Digital Age and I wanted to see them again. Are they on You Tube or can you send me a link to view these directly? In the meantime, I look forward to browsing this blog! Best wishes, Rakesh Patel.
    My e-mail is

  2. Hilliard Jason, MD, EdD  

    The 2 clips that I included in my AMEE keynote presentation were excerpts from 2 videos by Michael Wesch. They, and others by him, are available on YouTube. You can reach all his videos at:, 

        -  Hill Jason

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