Cinemeducation

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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[1] and later used by Drs. Matthew Alexander, Anna Pavlov, and Patricia Lenahan in their text of the same title.[2]

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  1. ^ Alexander, M; Hall, MN; Pettice, YJ (1994). "Cinemeducation: An innovative approach to teaching psychosocial medical care". Family medicine. 26 (7): 430–3. PMID 7926359. 
  2. ^ 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. 

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