Your NEJM Group Today: 6 Benefits from Adaptive Learning / Non-OB Surgery Harmful During Pregnancy? / Wisconsin Internist Opportunity — Physician’s First Watch

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August 11, 2017

Your NEJM Group Today: 6 Benefits from Adaptive Learning / Non-OB Surgery Harmful During Pregnancy? / Wisconsin Internist Opportunity

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Take a look at today's offering from NEJM Group:

NEJM Knowledge+ Blog: Adaptive learning technology — the application of computer science and cognitive research to deliver a personalized, online, tutor-like teaching experience at scale — is growing in popularity for all levels of education. Here are six benefits of adaptive learning technologies for medical professionals.

NEJM Journal Watch Women's Health: Is nonobstetric surgery harmful during pregnancy?

NEJM CareerCenter: Gundersen Health System based in La Crosse, Wisconsin, is seeking an internist with formal fellowship training or interest in women's health.

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