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2014 CVM News: Cornell models contemplative-based tools in science training

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This news item is about: While traditional biomedical training focuses on acquiring disciplinary expertise, a complementary suite of learning techniques that tap self-awareness and creativity to spur academic growth is catching on at Cornell. A review article published in the Journal of Biomedical Education in July uses Cornell’s programming as a model to discuss how institutions can integrate a broader set of learning tools into curricula for future scientists and clinicians.

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2014-07-11

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Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine

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Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.; Dietert, Rodney

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