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Marie Thoresen MD

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Marie Thoresen, MD, is a Medical Educator and Respiratory Physician practicing in Trondheim, Norway. Marie has worked as a university lecturer in Respiratory Diseases and has served as the project manager for OSCE implementation at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). She is a current student in the @HarvardMedEd Master’s in Medical Education program. Her main interests are feedback, assessment and curriculum design. Marie can be followed on Twitter (@marie_thoresen) and her e-mail is marie_thoresen@hms.harvard.edu.

The Ultimate Goal of Medical Education

Medical education is, broadly, how we educate physicians to care for patients. Sometimes it can be difficult to see this ultimate goal in our very busy everyday life. As I tend to my busy clinical and educational activities, I find myself stopping and reflecting upon my educational tasks. Am I truly working in the best interest of my faculty, learners and ultimately the patients we serve?

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