Analyzing the Influence of Medical Stager and Intern Presentation in Simultaneous Seminars with Pre-Organizer Strategy on the Quality of Education From the Students' Perspective in Infectious Disease Ward (2012-2013)

Ramezanzade, Khaironnesa and Ebrahimzadeh, Azadeh (2015) Analyzing the Influence of Medical Stager and Intern Presentation in Simultaneous Seminars with Pre-Organizer Strategy on the Quality of Education From the Students' Perspective in Infectious Disease Ward (2012-2013). Future of Medical Education Journal, 5 (3). pp. 24-28.

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Abstract

Background: clinical education with patient-focused learning is very important in medical education. Therefore, it is very essential to select an appropriate education method. The current study was conducted to analyze the impact of simultaneous presentation of medical stager and inter in seminars provided with a pre-organizer strategy and from the students' perspective (2012-2013). Methods: this is a semi-experimental study with post-test method for a group of students. The students' perspective was evaluated via a questionnaire (including four arenas) designed by the researcher, after educating with seminar method and in the end of four semesters. The study population included stagers and interns studying during the four semesters. 33 of the students (36 people) were female and 70 students were male (66). Results: the results presented that 57.7 of the students believed this method enhanced team-working, and 67.9 believed it activated the students. 89.6 declared this method upgrades learning and 50.9 mentioned that it organized and categorized the information in students' mind. In total, 70.8 of the students preferred this method to other methods. There was no significant relationship between average, age, gender and grade with students' perspective in relation with the influence of this method in organizing information, increasing learning, activating students, and enhancing team-working. (P>0.05) Conclusions: according to the results, this method in recommended and it upgrades the quality of clinical education.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: W General medicine- Health professions
Divisions: Journals > Future Medical Education J
Depositing User: fmej fmej
Date Deposited: 19 Sep 2017 15:20
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2017 15:20
URI: http://eprints.mums.ac.ir/id/eprint/1445

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