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Graduate-entry medical students' perspectives on the development of ultrasound teaching in UK medical schools.

A comparison of simulation versus didactics for teaching ultrasound to Swiss medical students.

Point-of-care ultrasound is an increasingly common imaging modality that is used in a variety of clinical settings. Understanding how to most effectively teach ultrasound is important to ensure that medical students learn pre-clinical content in a manner that promotes retention and clinical competence. We aim to assess the effectiveness of simulation-based ultrasound education in improving medical student competence in physiology in comparison to a traditional didactic ultrasound curriculum.

Medical Students' Perspective on Ultrasound Teaching during Medical School.

The practical training of medical students in General Medicine: Important characteristics of teaching practices.

Comprehensive general medical care is endangered by the socio-demographic development of the population as well as by recruitment problems in general medicine. Medical students' interest in general medicine increases if they experience their internships positively. However, the characteristics of teaching practice important to medical students have not been systematically investigated.

What Do I Do When Something Goes Wrong? Teaching Medical Students to Identify, Understand, and Engage in Reporting Medical Errors.

Identifying and processing medical errors are overlooked components of undergraduate medical education. Organizations and leaders advocate teaching medical students about patient safety and medical error, yet few feasible examples demonstrate how this teaching should occur. To provide students with familiarity in identifying, reporting, and analyzing medical errors, the authors developed the interactive patient safety reporting curriculum (PSRC), requiring clinical students to engage intellectually and emot...

Do teaching strategies matter? Relationships between various teaching strategies and medical students' wellbeing during clinical workplace training.

In the later years of medical school, medical students learn through clinical rotations at medical institutions. Using cognitive apprenticeships as the theoretical reference for teaching strategies, this study aimed to assess how clinical teaching strategies benefit medical students' wellbeing in the workplace. Our target population comprised two cohorts of medical students in the seventh year of a 7-year medical education program in Taiwan, undergoing clinical training at a tertiary medical center between...

First Year Medical Students, Personal Handheld Ultrasound Devices, and Introduction of Insonation in Medical Education.

Ultrasound education has been provided to students in medical schools within and beyond the United States. A formal experiment with use of personal handheld ultrasound equipment by all first-year medical students has not been reported. Employing insonation (an application of ultrasound) at the personal leisure by medical school freshmen enables self-directed learning throughout the academic year.

Expert Consensus on Inclusion of the Social Determinants of Health in Undergraduate Medical Education Curricula.

Accreditation bodies have mandated teaching social determinants of health (SDH) to medical students, but there has been limited guidance for educators on what or how to teach, and how to evaluate students' competence. To fill this gap, this study aimed to develop an SDH curricular consensus guide for teaching SDH to medical students.

Impact of antiphospholipid syndrome iBook on medical students' improvement of knowledge: An international randomized controlled study.

iBook on Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) did not exist before our work, and hence the utility of an Apple iBook as a teaching method in APS for medical students has never been assessed. Our objective was to evaluate medical students' improvement of knowledge and satisfaction with an interactive APS iBook, in comparison with conventional teaching methods.

The role of undergraduate teaching, learning and a national prescribing safety assessment in preparation for practical prescribing: UK medical students' perspective.

To investigate medical students' perspectives on the influence of their undergraduate course and the UK Prescribing Safety Assessment (PSA) on the acquisition of practical prescribing skills.

What Can Be Achieved With Motivation-Based Teaching of Medical Students? A Monocentric Retrospective Audit of Retention Among Highly Motivated Graduates Who Underwent the Learning-by-Doing Concept in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine.

Medical education, in general, is undergoing a significant shift from traditional methods. It becomes very difficult to discover effective teaching methods within the limited possibilities in patient hands-on education, especially as seen in anesthesiology and intensive care medicine (AIM) teaching. Motivation-based teaching is very popular in all other aspects of education, but it has received scant attention in medical education literature, even though it can make a real difference for both students and p...

The development of an instrument for faculty to assess resident-led large group teaching.

The Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education requires residents to teach and many residency programs assess resident teaching competency. While much formal resident-led teaching is for large groups, no corresponding published assessment instrument with validity evidence exists. We developed an instrument for faculty to assess pediatric resident-led large group teaching and gathered preliminary validity evidence.

Patient Safety Morning Report: Innovation in Teaching Core Patient Safety Principles to Third-Year Medical Students.

Patient safety (PS) is one of the most important priorities in modern healthcare systems. Unfortunately, PS education is limited in many medical school curricula. Our objective was to implement an innovative curriculum to introduce third-year medical students on their pediatric clerkship to PS concepts and domains, and to provide a safe environment to discuss lapses in PS that they identified while caring for patients.

Community Preceptor Perspectives on Recruitment and Retention: The CoPPRR Study.

Medical schools are increasingly challenged to recruit and retain community-based preceptors. Physicians experience various incentives and deterrents to teaching medical students while providing patient care. Self-determination theory (SDT) posits people act in response to internal and external motivations and suggests autonomy, competence, and relatedness are basic psychological needs for well-being and integrity. The applicability of SDT to explain why physicians become or remain a preceptor is uncertain....

Barriers to outpatient education for medical students: a narrative review.

This study surveys medical education literature published over the last 25 years (1993-2018) to identify the factors scholars consider deleterious to outpatient teaching for medical students.

Interactive teaching and repeat exposure maximize medical student satisfaction but do not promote long-term retention of dermatologic knowledge.

Instructional methods for teaching medical students to recognize common skin lesions vary widely. There is little published data comparing various teaching methods and their impact on medical student retention of dermatologic knowledge.

A Creative Teaching Method for Research and Evidence-Based Practice.

With nursing students placed in busy clinical environments where evidence-based practice (EBP) and research are often not considered a priority, teaching EBP to nursing students can be challenging. Innovation is required to ensure that nursing students not only recognize the importance of EBP but are also equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to promote and implement EBP. This article describes the implementation of a video project as part of the EBP and research module. Feedback from ...

Delirium: Medical Students' Knowledge and Effectiveness of Different Teaching Methods.

Medical schools are often blamed for inadequately training doctors on delirium. This study assesses the knowledge of medical students regarding delirium and evaluates different teaching methods for comparing learning outcomes.

Improving burn surgery education for medical students in China.

In China, although burn treatment develops rapidly, and ranks in the forefront of the world, there is a relative shortage of burn specialists, which limits the development of burn education. In traditional curriculum of surgery education, burn surgery education accounts for few proportions, which results in the indifference to the burn surgery among medical students. To date, few research reported the application of Clinical pathway- Problem based Learning (CP-PBL) in burn surgery education. The objective o...

Speaking up culture of medical students within an academic teaching hospital: Need of faculty working in patient safety.

Speaking up behavior is a manifestation the culture of safety in an organization; however, withholding voice is commonly observed. Within one academic teaching hospital, it was the aim to assess students' speaking up behaviors and perceived culture in order to stimulation of the academic development in terms of patient safety.

Student-Novice Nurse Preparation: Addressing Barriers in Discharge Teaching.

The aim of this article was to assess how and to what degree nursing students are prepared for patient discharge teaching (DT).

Teaching Systems Improvement to Early Medical Students: Strategies and Lessons Learned.

Despite increasing emphasis in medical school education on quality and systems improvement, many medical schools lack sufficient faculty with expertise to teach systems improvement. Using the pedagogical content knowledge framework, this study explores how faculty engage students in systems improvement work and faculty perceptions of the outcomes for the health system and students.

Awareness and usage of evidence-based learning strategies among health professions students and faculty.

Learning is essential and life-long for faculty and students. Often students and teachers use ineffective learning strategies and are not aware of evidence-based strategies. A multicenter, international, cross-sectional, online survey-based assessment of awareness of evidence-based learning strategies among health professions students ( = 679) and faculty ( = 205). Students endorsed many study habits which violate evidence-based principles, including studying whatever is due soonest (389/679, 57%)...

Exploration of self-regulatory behaviours of undergraduate nursing students learning to teach: A social cognitive perspective.

Self-regulated learning is a model of learning situated in social cognitive theory that views learners as active participants in their learning. Similarly, peer-learning is a pedagogical approach that assigns greater autonomy to the student and known to enhance student learning. The objective of this study was to determine the self-regulated learning strategies used by final year undergraduate nursing students enrolled in a teaching unit that included a component of peer-teaching. A mixed methods study was ...

Application of three-dimensional reconstruction and printing as an elective course for undergraduate medical students: an exploratory trial.

Medical three-dimensional (3D) digital reconstruction and printing have become common tools in medicine, but few undergraduate medical students understand its whole process and teaching and clinical application. Therefore, we designed an elective course of 3D reconstruction and printing for students and studied its significance and practicability.

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