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Blended-learning in Physiotherapy: Professional Ethics

The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a blended-learning model on physiotherapy students´ attitude, knowledge and opinions towards learning professional ethics. A simple-blind clinical trial was performed. An eight-month blended learning program to teach professional ethics in clinical practices was worked out. An online syllabus and online activities were elaborated, whilst face to face active participation techniques were performed to discuss ethical issues dete...


Interprofessional Practice Education for Health Professional Students

The interprofessional practice & education curriculum for the students to be employed in this study will include five modalities in a scaffolded structure progressing from low- to high-fidelity experiences over a two-year period: (1) classroom didactic sessions; (2) simulation laboratory sessions; (3) standardized patient sessions; (4) community-based clinical case conferences; and, (5) community-based interprofessional rotations. Clinicians will experience many of the same lea...

M-learning to Improve Professional Competencies in Health Sciences

The aim of this study is to investigate whether a mobile application is useful for improving knowledge about professional competencies in students enrolled in Health Sciences degrees.


Teachers Thriving Together

This is a randomized, controlled, hybrid implementation-effectiveness design.whose primary aim is to examine the impact of ParentCorps plus Thrive Professional Learning, relative to Thrive Professional Learning and Inspire Professional Learning alone, on teachers' classroom teaching (knowledge, beliefs, skills and practice related to family engagement and social emotional learning) and teachers' social emotional development. The study also aims to understand the impact of Thriv...

Healthcare Professional Students' Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Chronic Pain Management.

Chronic pain affects from one third to one half of the population in the UK (Fayaz et al, 2016). The cost and burden of chronic pain is significant to health services worldwide. The affects of chronic pain are widespread upon the lives of those affected. Health professionals need to be better equipped than at present to manage pain and current chronic pain management knowledge in healthcare is poor. Briggs et al 2011 described the hours of pain education delivered at undergradu...

PROM Collected Via a Smartphone App Versus a Touch Screen Solution Among Patients With Inflammatory Arthritis

A randomised, within-participants cross-over design trial including 60 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and axial spondyloarthritis. The participants will be randomised to data registration of patient reported outcome measures (PROM) through the DANBIO app on a smartphone first and thereafter via the touch screen solution at the rheumatology outpatient clinic or vice versa. Outcomes are the following PROM: HAQ, VAS pain, VAS fatigue, VAS global Health, BA...

Effect of a Programme Based on Professional Ethics in Physiotherapy Students

The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a higher education programme based on professional ethics in physiotherapy students. A simple-blind clinical trial was performed. A two-months program based in professional ethics was carried out. The investigators compared a control group (traditonal lectures) with an intervention group (syllabus, activities, face to face active participation techniques). Students´ attitudes, knowledge, professional values, and opinion...

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 ...

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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...

Promoting Success for Pre-K Teachers, Families and Children

The current study examines the impact of ParentCorps in high-poverty Early Education Centers in New York City (NYC). The study is conducted within the context of the NYC Department of Education (DOE) Pre-K Thrive initiative. As part of this initiative, the Center for Early Childhood Health and Development (CEHD) at NYU Langone Health is implementing services to strengthen family engagement and support parents and teachers in building safe, nurturing and predictable environments...

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...

Adult Broad Learning Experiment (ABLE): Feasibility Study

This study evaluates the feasibility of enrolling and retaining older adults in a 15-week intervention that will implement six factors from early childhood experiences: individualized scaffolding (having a responsive teacher), forgiving environment (allowing the learner to make and learn from mistakes), growth mindset (believing that abilities can develop with effort), open-minded learning (exploring new experiences), serious commitment to learning (adopting a "learning" lifest...

Efficacy of Near-Assisted Learning (NAL) in Improving Students' Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Grades

This study aims to evaluate the impact of near-assisted learning (NAL) on first-year medical students' objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) grades in a problem-based learning (PBL) environment.

Enlisting Peer Cooperation and Prosociality in the Service of Substance Use Prevention in Middle School

Students' cooperative and prosocial behavior is vital to their social and academic success and to the quality of a school's social environment. This project will evaluate an instructional technique that could benefit students and schools by encouraging higher levels of prosocial behavior among students and promoting social integration and inclusion, particularly for marginalized students. The instructional technique is called "cooperative learning" which involves students worki...

A Comparative Study Between Simulation-based and Problem-based Learning in Difficult Airway Management Workshop

Abstract Background and Goal of study Teaching and learning in airway management are essential in anesthetic field. Though simulation-based and problem-based learning are sophisticated learning tool, neither of them manifests the superior benefit. We would like to compare the teachers' and students' attitudes on these two learning methods. Material and Methods After IRB approval No. 369/2558(EC3). A prospective, questionnaires-based study was performed amongst volunteered, con...

Learning Process of Fourth Year Medical Students During a Doctor-patient Relationship Training

This study aims to explore learning process for undergraduate students in this doctor-patient relationship course. This study is one of the 3 studies included in a PhD on learning process during simulation training in psychiatry. The results of this 3 studies will aim at building a formative and summative assessment tool of competences specific to this pedagogic context.

Computer-Assisted Instruction: Arterial Blood Gases

This research work develops a diagnostic and feedback-providing system for self-learning by volunteers who are asked to log in to a website to study the required subjects in three weeks. The system establishes students' learning weaknesses and offered guidelines for their improvement until all such weaknesses are corrected. Assessment is based on students' relative growth scores, and their record profiles.

Approaches That Support Mental Health in Post-secondary Students With Adverse Childhood Experiences

The objective of this study is to understand the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) in students and to determine whether Mindfulness based stress resilience training (MBSR) is effective for promoting mental health in students with high ACE scores (>3). A double-blind randomized control study will examine the efficacy of MBSR in promoting positive change in measures of hope, rumination, forgiveness and stress.

The Effects of Standing Tutorials on Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Among Undergraduate Students

Problem-based learning (PBL) is an education model utilized by Maastricht University and many other universities worldwide. PBL occurs in small, collaborative tutorials, under the facilitation of a tutor. This study explores the effects of standing tutorials, compared against sitting tutorials, on PBL among undergraduate students. A quantitative approach will be taken to objectively measure students' learning, and a qualitative approach will be taken to obtain a deeper understa...

The Effects of Board Game in Learning Medication Knowledge Among Nursing Students

Background: Maintaining patient safety is one of the primary tasks of a professional nurse. Correct identification of medicine, understanding of pharmacological mechanisms and side effects are the basic academic knowledge that each nurse must possess. Therefore, it is an important duty for nursing teachers to teach students the knowledge of drugs and use them correctly in clinical practice. In this way, the safety of patients can be guaranteed and the quality of care can be imp...

Families, Children and Teachers Thriving Together

The current study examines the impact of ParentCorps in high-poverty district schools in New York City (NYC). The study is conducted within the context of the NYC Department of Education (DOE) Pre-K Thrive initiative. As part of this initiative, the Center for Early Childhood Health and Development (CEHD) at NYU Langone Health is implementing services to strengthen family engagement and support parents and teachers in creating safe, nurturing and predictable environments for yo...

HOPPLearning - Active Learning in Elementary Schools

HOPP Learning will be implemented in elementary schools in the Horten municipality and will assess the effect of a combined pedagogical approach, active learning, on a large student population. Students are to increase their amount of physical activity with learning, during a school day by one hour.

Effects of Therapeutic Touch in Patients With Female Genital Neoplasia: a Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

This is a randomized controlled prospective study on the use of therapeutic touch in patients diagnosed with gynecological cancer. The patients will be randomized into three groups: control group (will not receive any interventions with therapeutic touch), placebo group (will receive simulated therapeutic touch intervention by individual not knowing this technique) and treatment group(will receive therapeutic touch intervention by a trained therapeutic touch therapist). Two dif...

Core Stability Measures as a Risk Factor for the Development of Lower Extremity Injuries in Physical Education Students

Male and female physical education students were subjected to a clinical test battery comprised of valid and reliable tests to measure different aspects of core stability at the start of the study. After a period of 2 months testing, the injury registration procedure started with the use of an online injury registration platform and regular call back moments. After 2 years of injury registration, all data was gathered and will be analysed statistically to link the measured core...

A Comparison of Clinical Simulation and Classical Learning for Airway Management in Medical Students

Multiple studies have shown clinical simulation benefits over classical learning method. Research on simulation of airway management has focused on endotracheal intubation training, while research on ventilation via facemask is scant. We compared both learning methods regarding the acquirement of basic skills for airway management by medical students. Students in the clinical simulation group received a 3-hour training on airway management on the first day of their 28-day anest...


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