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Cinemeducation refers to the use of film in medical education. It was originally coined by Drs. Matthew Alexander, Hall, and Pettice in the journal Family Medicine, in 1994 and later used by Drs. Matthew Alexander, Anna Pavlov, and Patricia Lenahan in their text of the same title.
- Alexander, M; Hall, MN; Pettice, YJ (1994). "Cinemeducation: An innovative approach to teaching psychosocial medical care". Family medicine. 26 (7): 430–3. PMID 7926359.
- Alexander, Matthew; Lenahan, Patricia; Pavlov, Anna, eds. (2005). Cinemeducation: a comprehensive guide to using film in medical education. Abingdon: Radcliffe Medical Press. ISBN 978-1-85775-692-0.