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Educazione continua in Medicina
An e-learning reproductive health module to support improved student learning and interaction: a prospective interventional study at a medical school in Egypt
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:The Public Health (PH) course at the medical college of Cairo University is based on traditional lectures. Large enrollment limits students' discussions and interactions with instructors.AimEvaluate students' learning outcomes as measur ... ...
 
Do medical student attitudes towards patients with chronic low back pain improve during training A cross-sectional study.
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:Health care professionals with positive attitudes towards the functional abilities of patients with low back pain are more likely to encourage activity and avoidance of rest as per recommended guidelines. This study investigated whether m ... ...
 
A model of the pre-assessment learning effects of assessment is operational in an undergraduate clinical context
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:No validated model exists to explain the learning effects of assessment, a problem when designing and researching assessment for learning. We recently developed a model explaining the pre-assessment learning effects of summative assessmen ... ...
 
Instructor feedback versus no instructor feedback on performance in a laparoscopic virtual reality simulator: a randomized educational trial
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:Several studies have found a positive effect on the learning curve as well as the improvement of basic psychomotor skills in the operating room after virtual reality training. Despite this, the majority of surgical and gynecological depar ... ...
 
Validity evidence and reliability of a Simulated Patient Feedback Instrument
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:In the training of healthcare professionals, one of the advantages of communication training with simulated patients (SPs) is the SP's ability to provide direct feedback to students after a simulated clinical encounter. The quality of SP ... ...
 
Do individual learning styles influence the choice to use a web-based ECG learning programme in a blended learning setting
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:The compressed curriculum in modern knowledge-intensive medicine demands useful tools to achieve approved learning aims in a limited space of time. Web-based learning can be used in different ways to enhance learning. Little is however kn ... ...
 
Can achievement goal theory provide a useful motivational perspective for explaining psychosocial attributes of medical students
Scritto da BMC Medical Education   
Sanita-pubblicaBackground:Psychosocial competence and frustration tolerance are important characteristics of skilled medical professionals. In the present study we explored the usefulness of applying a comprehensive motivational theory (Goal orientations), for thi ... ...
 
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