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How technology is improving medical education

Way back when Bertalan Meskó, MD, PhD, was in med school, students used books to study. (He finished in 2009.) In a recent blog post on ScienceRoll.com, the medical futurist shares six ways technology has improved medical education since then, from gadgets to the cloud. If you study or work in medicine, how many of these have you tried?

Previously: Medical futurist Bertalan Meskó shares his thoughts on social media and medicineBertalan Meskó discusses how mobile technologies can improve the delivery of health care and The importance of curation and communities when crowdsourcing clinical questions

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