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Patient bedside important for medical student learning

(Boston Medical Center) Boston - A new web-based tool aimed at improving experiential learning for medical students has demonstrated that learning occurs in patient rooms and in other areas within the hospital, including workstations. Developed by clinicians at Boston Medical Center (BMC) and BU School of Medicine, 'Learning Moment' allows students to electronically log their learning experiences and share them with their peers.
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