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Here is your challenge: you have a busy clinic—and medical students to teach. More than usual, as their number continues to increase. You want to ensure the students find the clinic interesting and enjoyable—and learn. Not just so they can pass their exams, but more. For this short contact will, for many, make up a large part of their undergraduate experience with neurology and the impression gained then will inform their approach to neurological patients, neurology and neurologists over their career. Alarmingly (if anecdotally) some very eminent and influential doctors in other specialties or management seem to have fixed, and sadly, poor …

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