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An Analysis of the Efficacy of Different Teaching Modalities in Imparting Adult CPR Skills in First Year Medical Students

Didactic lectures are the currently used mode of imparting training to medical students. Use of other modes of teaching like simulation is still in its infancy. Simulation, as a teaching tool may aid in longer retention of the learning contents and also provides a safe environment for the students to practice their skills after knowledge acquisition. The aim of the study is to analyze the efficacy of different teaching modalities in imparting a particular skill, namely adult ca...


Near-peer Tutoring Compared With a Standard Faculty-led Course for Undergraduate Training in Abdominal Ultrasound.

Background: Ultrasound has become clinical skill widely used in most medical disciplines. Institutions are changing their curricula to implementing basic ultrasound knowledge, often supplementing traditional teaching with 'near-peer' tutoring through classes held by advanced peers. Near-peer tutoring has been found to be both effective and cost-effective. In Switzerland the most popular course in postgraduate training is a resource-intensive 21-hour basic course for abd...

Developing of Virtual Reality Based Neurologic Examination Teaching Tool(VRNET)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of the virtual reality based neurologic examination teaching tool(VRNET) for medical students. VRNET is a new teaching tool for neurologic examinations by offering different neurologic signs of the face, with which medical students can experience more realistic patients.


Learning and Retention of Tracheal Intubation by Medical Students: Comparison of Standard Intubation Teaching Against Video-guided Intubation Teaching.

Purpose: This study is designed to assess the impact of teaching tracheal intubation using video-guided feedback on the ability to perform and maintain this clinical skill by medical students. Hypothesis: We hypothesise that, for novices, video-guided feedback provided during tracheal intubation will improve learning and retention of this clinical skill compared to standard teaching using direct visualization feedback.

Students and Trainers' Evaluations Correlation

The delegation of procedures within the medical competence to the nurses can increase the effectiveness of the healthcare provided. The objectives of the study are (1) to assess the quality of training courses for delegated surgical procedures through implementation for graduate scrub nursing ("students") (2) and to evaluate the correlation between the evaluation of this training carried out by students and the self-assessment conducted by the faculty ("trainers").

HFS in the Assessement and Management of Severe Asthma Attack Among Fifth Year Medical School Students

Bedside clinical case learning, such for respiratory distress, represent a challenge for medical teachers, especially in critical conditions. In fact, this kind of learning implicate the presence of an appropriate case (the patient itself), framework and may be time consuming which could compromise the patient's safety and wellbeing. New pedagogic tools have emerged to strengthen the medical reasoning and the acquisition of knowledge. in recent years, the development of medica...

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Effect of Concept Mapping Teaching Method on Critical Thinking Skills of Medical Students

effect of concept map in teaching critical thinking was done with randomized study

Optimizing Resource Utilization During Proficiency-based Training of Suturing Skills to Medical Students

Evidence favours teaching procedural skills to medical students using a proficiency-based rather than time-based approach. Basic suturing skills can be taught through faculty-led, peer tutor-led, and computer augmented approaches. One method has yet to be identified as superior in terms of educational outcomes, resource utilization, and participant perspectives. Pre-clerkship medical students were randomized to: faculty, peer tutor, or computer augmented learning. Partic...

Teaching Medical Students How to Suture: Standard Simulation vs in Situ

The purpose of this project is to compare in situ simulation with standard lab simulation. To do this, 30 pre-clinical medical students will be randomized into the lab or ER and taught how to suture a simple laceration. To do this, a synthesized 'skin' will be placed over a volunteer's arm and will have an incision of a predetermined length.

High Fidelity Simulation vs Standard Teaching Training of Cardiac Resuscitation

High fidelity Simulation has spread from anesthesiology to other disciplines such as internal medicine, pediatrics, and emergency medicine . Over the past decade, the use of simulation in medical education has increased exponentially. The term ''simulation'' spans a wide variety of formats, from the low-tech actor portraying a standardized patient to high-fidelity mannequin-based human patient simulation (HPS). HPS is able of both simulating realistic patient encounters and giv...

Development of Laparoscopic Skills in Medical Students - What Makes the Difference?

Learning is a complex process and influenced by a number of factors including the innate ability of the trainee, previous experiences (e.g. video game skills, music instrument skills), learning style and the overall learning environment. Understanding of the learning process and factors influencing the learning shall help develop and plan an effective curriculum for the trainees. The investigators plan to use medical students as a part of the study since they have little ...

A Prospective Study Evaluating the Performance of Nanotite Osseotite Implants When Placed by Graduate Student Programs

This study will evaluate the contributions of the Nanotite implant design when used by graduate students in their first year of placing implants.

The Effect of a Structured, Home-based Interview With a Patient on First-year Medical Students' Patient-centredness.

Background Doctors are regarded as professionals, and specific teaching on professional behaviour is considered important in many countries. For medical students, early patient contact experiences were found to be an important way of learning about professionalism, and learning activities promoting critical reflection were particularly effective. Medical students consider that patient-centredness is one of the most important aspects of medical professionalism, and the PP...

Reflection and Feedback in Clinical Reasoning

Medical students' abilities to diagnose skin lesions after dermatology electives often remain unsatisfactory despite a dermatology elective being one of the most effective ways to improve their clinical reasoning. Feedback and reflection are two basic teaching methods used in clinical settings. This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of structured reflection and immediate feedback in improving of medical students' evaluation of skin lesions.

Ecofisio, a Mobile Application for Assessment and Diagnosis Using Ultrasound Imaging for Undergraduate Health Science Students

The new called "Generation Z" is starting to reach college age. They have adopted technology and create a deep dependence on it, becoming more drawn to the virtual world. M-learning has experienced a huge expansion in recent years in both, medical context and medical and health's sciences education. Ultrasound is an important diagnosis technique in physiotherapy, especially in sports pathology. m-Learning environments could be a useful tool for improve the comprehension of ultr...

Repeated Versus Varied Simulation Scenarios to Teach Medical Students the Management of a Pediatric Asthma Exacerbation

Repeated exposure to simulated cases has been shown to improve performance, but repeating the same scenario may impair the ability of learners to transfer their knowledge and skills to slightly different situations. The objective of this study is to compare the use of repeated versus varied simulation cases for teaching the management of pediatric asthma exacerbation to 3rd year medical students.

Chronic Pain Attitudes Medical and Physiotherapy Students

This is an analysis of data collected from 2009-2014 from medical students at GCU and physiotherapy students at UoG measuring attitudes towards patients with chronic low back pain and their functionality.

Comparison of Ophthalmoscopy Findings Using PanOptic vs PanOptic + iExaminer

To examine how helpful the iExaminer will be as a training aid for medical students. The investigators will look into whether 1) it helps the medical students find pertinent eye findings for certain diagnoses and 2) it improves the medical students comfort level compared to using the PanOptic alone.

First Years Away From Home: Letting Go and Staying Connected

Alcohol abuse is the leading cause of death and serious injury among college students, and students also experience significant harms from other types of substance misuse and risk behaviors. The proposed project is a randomized controlled trials that will test the protective effects of Letting Go and Staying Connected, a handbook for parents of students who are transitioning for the first time from home to college, the time when students are at greatest risk. The handbook encou...

Development and Impact Assessment of Virtual Reality Simulator on the Education of the Endotracheal Intubation in the Medical Students

The medical school educates students on essential skills, which is an important task. Especially, endotracheal intubation is considered an important option in the management of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. To avoid technical and ethical concerns of training involving real patients, conventional teaching methods incorporate the use of a low-fidelity manikin in replacement. However, the manikin anatomy often lacks the realism of a live human. The addition of virtual rea...

Preclinical Medical Student Echocardiography Training American Society of Echocardiography Curriculum

The investigators would like to evaluate how well pre-clinical medical students are able to perform a basic transthoracic echocardiography examination on a healthy volunteer using a hand-held ultrasound (HHU) after completing a flipped classroom echocardiography training methods which consist of pre-training e-learning, hands-on training, and competency assessment after the hands-on training.

Medical Education Intervention for Medical Students

The doctor-patient relationship was becoming worse. More and more work-related violence has happened to physicians and nurses. A portion of medical students felt depressed and thought that the career future was gloomy. The study was designed to measure the empathy, an vital element of professionalism, well-being of mental and study emotion. Furthermore, the investigators explored an intervention of group study to promote medical students' professionalism, mental health and stud...

Training Concepts in Emergency Ultrasonography

Emergency ultrasound examinations are increasingly important diagnostic tools in emergency and critical care medicine. This study wants to analyze different types of education for undergraduate students. Any method of medical training will be proved theoretical and in clinical practice.

Venue Ultrasound Evaluation - Israel

The study purpose is to collect images and user feedback from the Next Generation Venue Ultrasound system, components, and accessories under clinical conditions, as required for device development and optimization.

Motivational Interviewing Training for Medical Students: a Pilot Pre-post Study

Objective is to evaluate the impact of a basic training programme in motivational interviewing (MI) for medical students, by comparing the ability of students to promote behavioural changes through relationship skills and to conduct a motivational interview before and after training.


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