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Exploring Students' Perceptions of the Educational Environment in a Caribbean Veterinary School: A Cross-Sectional Study.

Educational environment has a significant impact on students' learning and academic achievement. The aim of this study was to explore the perception of veterinary school students' regarding their educational environment at the University of the West Indies. In this cross-sectional study, the Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure (DREEM) was administered to veterinary undergraduate students from year 2 to year 5. The DREEM questionnaire consists of 50 items with five subscales: students' perceptions of ...


Improving students' learning environment by DREEM: an educational experiment in an Iranian medical sciences university (2011-2016).

Students' perception of the educational setting is an important source for improving and applying changes to the educational environment. In this study, we reassessed undergraduate students' perception of the educational environment at two colleges of RUMS-Iran in the academic years of 2011 and 2016.

Students' Perceptions of School Connectedness and Being Part of a Team: A Brief Report Evaluating Project TEAM™.

School connectedness constitutes a protective factor for students, diminishing negative outcomes and increasing positive ones. Enhancing school connectedness positively affects students' stress levels, social confidence, victimization, health risks behaviors, and school performance, including attendance and grades. Interventions for promoting school connectedness are preventive, goal-oriented, and target the wellbeing of all students. We investigated a pilot implementation of a team-oriented whole school pr...


Senior Nursing Students' Perceptions of Their Readiness for Practice Prior to Final Year Internship: Part 2-A Qualitative Perspective.

Preparing nursing students for their role as future registered nurses is an essential and complex endeavor. It is a responsibility that is shared between academic and clinical health care organizations. Arguably, the prevailing economic climate places additional pressures on the fiscal and manpower aspects of health care management. Maintaining a quality practice learning environment for students against this backdrop has become increasingly challenging. Indeed, students themselves have raised these concern...

School Cohesion Perception Discrepancy and Student Delinquency.

Research suggests that positive school environments contribute to lower levels of school disorder. Studies have also documented stark differences between how students and personnel perceive their schools. The current study examines such "perception discrepancies" as a meaningful dimension of the school environment, investigating the hypothesis that when students perceive their schools as less cohesive than their teachers, they are more likely to engage in delinquent conduct. The University of Missouri-St. L...

Student-Reported School Safety Perceptions, Connectedness, and Absenteeism Following a Multiple-Fatality School Shooting - Broward County, Florida, February 14-21, 2018.

From July 2009 to June 2018, the rates of multiple-victim, school-associated homicides in the United States fluctuated substantially, with evidence of a significant increase in recent years (1). Data on the effects of such incidents on students' school attendance and perceptions of safety and connectedness are limited (2,3) but important. This study used data from a neighboring within-district school before and after a multiple-fatality shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, ...

The perception of the educational environment in multinational students from a dental medicine faculty in Romania.

Dental education comes with important challenges for the faculties as well as for the students. Its evolving nature leads to the constant adoption of new practices and techniques. Thus, the learning environment is in continuous development. This study aimed to describe a sample of senior undergraduate student's perceptions of their learning environment.

Differential suicide risk factors in rural middle and high school students.

Few studies have examined risk factors associated with suicidal ideation and attempts among younger adolescents compared to their high-school aged counterparts. To gain a better understanding of unique risk factors associated with suicidal ideation and attempts among middle-school aged students, the current study employed secondary data analyses on a statewide sample of middle school (6th and 8th grade; n = 7,453) and high school students (10th and 12th grade; n = 5,996) in the United States. Logistic r...

Speech-Language Pathologists' Perceptions of School-Based Services for Children with Hearing Loss.

Purpose School-aged children with hearing loss are best served by a multidisciplinary team of professionals. The purpose of this research was to assess school-based speech-language pathologists' (SLPs) perceptions of their access to, involvement of, and working relationships with educational audiologists in their current work setting. Method An online survey was developed and distributed to school-based SLPs in North Carolina. Results A significant difference in access to and involvement of educational audi...

Child sexual abuse among medical school students: experiences and perceptions.

Given that 2-5% of the adult population report child sexual abuse (CSA), most clinicians will care for victims. Data regarding CSA experiences among medical students are limited and the association of medical students' own history of CSA with relevant perceptions has not been previously examined. The aim of this study was to assess CSA perceptions and exposure of medical students, while exploring their associations. For this purpose, a link was created and made available on a site accessed solely by the Ath...

Net Benefits of Recovery High Schools: Higher Cost but Increased Sobriety and Educational Attainment.

Recovery high schools (RHS) provide a supportive educational and therapeutic environment for students subsequent to treatment for substance use disorders (SUDs). Most students served by RHSs have concurrent mental health disorders and are at risk for school failure or dropout and substance use relapse.

Student Involvement in Global Veterinary Education and Curricula: 7 Years of Progress (2013-2019).

As central members of the veterinary education community, students are well placed to highlight current problems in veterinary education. Motivated by the lack of current formal student involvement, the largest global veterinary student association, the International Veterinary Students' Association (IVSA), realized the necessity for students to express their opinions within the veterinary education field. Thus, two standing committees related to veterinary education were created: the Standing Committee on ...

Journey Into Uncertainty: Medical Students' Experiences And Perceptions of Failure.

Having succeeded in being selected for medical school, medical students are not always familiar with failure and yet they are expected to graduate prepared to effectively function in the failure burdened arena of clinical medicine. Lacking in the developing literature on learners and failure is an exploration of how this transformation is accomplished. The purpose of this study was to examine how medical students perceive and experience failure during their medical school training.

Veterinary Student Stress, the Benefit of Canine Pets, and Potential Institutional Support of Dog Ownership.

The stress of veterinary school and the high prevalence of psychological distress among veterinary students have been well documented. Pet ownership is known to improve overall health and reduce stress among the public. Yet, for veterinary students, owning a pet (especially a dog) can offer both rewards and challenges. The academic schedule for veterinary students often comprises long hours that can make caring for a dog challenging. This study explores the area of veterinary students' dog care options and ...

Investing in Public School Kitchens and Equipment as a Pathway to Healthy Eating and Equitable Access to Healthy Food.

We gathered baseline data about student need of healthy, free school food, and if current school meal programming serves students in need of healthy free school food, in anticipation of the completion of a district-wide kitchen infrastructure and educational farm project in a high-poverty urban school district.

Recruiting Medical Students to Neurosurgery Through a Focused Neuroanatomy Lab Initiative.

Many medical students find neurosurgery interesting, but few pursue it as a career. Reasons for this mismatch include lack of exposure and poor perceptions of its career demands, work-life balance, personalities, and patient outcomes. It is imperative to recruit promising students early in medical school in order to build a pipeline of future neurosurgeons. We aimed to recruit medical students to neurosurgery and improve perceptions of the field by hosting an optional cadaver lab event ("Neuroanatomy Lab In...

Perceived quality of instruction: The relationship among indicators of students' basic needs, mastery goals, and academic achievement.

Students' mastery goals are positively related to adaptive learning behaviour. Moreover, these goals often mediate the relation between perceived classroom characteristics and academic achievement. Research generally shows a decline of academic achievement and mastery goals after transition to middle school. Creating a learning environment at middle school according to students' basic needs for autonomy, competence, and social relatedness might help to reduce these declines. However, little is known about t...

Students' perceptions of debating as a learning strategy: A qualitative study.

Debate has been shown to develop critical thinking skills, enhance communication, and encourage teamwork in a range of different disciplines, including nursing. The objective of this study was to explore students' perceptions of the educational value of debate. A semi-structured focus group was conducted with 13 undergraduate Operating Department Practice students following a debate on the opt-out system of organ donation. Transcripts were analysed thematically, identifying three main themes that described ...

School bonding and ethos in trajectories of offending: Results from the Belfast Youth Development Study.

Aspects of the school environment, such as school attachment levels, are linked to adolescent offending. Previous research has not clarified whether a school- or individual-level intervention approach to improving pupil school attachment and commitment is most likely to reduce adolescent offending.

An international cross-cultural study of nursing students' perceptions of caring.

Single studies suggest that nursing students perceive caring as more an instrumental than expressive behaviour and indicate some differences between caring perceptions in junior and senior nursing students. However, there are limited studies investigating caring perceptions in nursing students across multiple cultures.

School participation: The shared perspectives of parents and educators of primary school students on the autism spectrum.

An international focus on the inclusion of students with disabilities in mainstream schools and the increased prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has contributed to increasing numbers of students with ASD enrolling in mainstream schools. The school participation restrictions of adolescent students with ASD is widely researched, but less is known about the challenges faced by primary school students with ASD and how early in their schooling these challenges arise.

A supportive school environment may reduce the risk of non-medical prescription opioid use due to impaired mental health among students.

Canada is in the midst of an ongoing, escalating opioid crisis, with significant impacts on adolescents and young adults. Accordingly, mental health impairment was examined as a risk factor for non-medical prescription opioid use (NMPOU) among high school students. In addition, the moderating effects of the school environment, in terms of the availability of mental health services and substance use policies, were characterized. Self-reported, cross-sectional data were obtained from the COMPASS study, includ...

Similar but different: Profiling secondary school students based on their perceived motivational climate and psychological need-based experiences in physical education.

The purpose of this study was to provide more insight into how the physical education (PE) context can be better tailored to the diverse motivational demands of secondary school students. Therefore, we examined how different constructs of student motivation in the context of PE combine into distinct motivational profiles, aiming to unveil motivational similarities and differences between students' PE experiences. Participants were 2,562 Dutch secondary school students, aged 12-18, from 24 different schools....

Student perceptions of factors that influence clinical competency in voice.

This study aimed to explore factors, perceived by students themselves, that help or hinder development of competency in voice. Focus group interviews were conducted with a convenience sample of 14 speech pathology students (93% female, mean age 22 years). Interviews were transcribed verbatim and analysed using template analysis. Students' perceptions of influencing factors were grouped into two major themes: (1) personal factors, and (2) educational factors. A key finding was that many participants perceive...

Assessment of time to completion, number of errors, and knot-holding capacity of square knots and Aberdeen knots tied by veterinary students and student perceptions of knot security and knot-tying difficulty.

To assess the time to completion, number of errors, and knot-holding capacity (KHC) for starting and ending square knots (SSKs and ESKs) of a continuous pattern and Aberdeen knots tied by veterinary students and to investigate student perceptions of knot security and knot-tying difficulty for the 3 knot types.


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