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Performing medicine: the role of theatre in medical education
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    Medical Theatre - A dramatic improvement in Medical Education

    Dear Dr. Kohn

    I was pleasantly surprised when I read your article highlighting the need for role of Theatre in Medical Education. I have been conducting Theatre workshops to teach complex medical topics over the last couple of years and wanted to share with you the work that has gone in so far.

    Please have a look at my website www.medicaltheatre.com to have a feel of what we have been doing. Our current...

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