Advances in Medical Education and Practice

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List of Papers (Total 409)

Predicting performance on the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1 and Step 2 Clinical Knowledge using results from previous examinations

Predicting performance on the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1 and Step 2 Clinical Knowledge using results from previous examinations Humberto M Guiot,1,2 Hilton Franqui-Rivera1,3 1Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, San Juan, PR, USA; 2Department of Microbiology and Medical Zoology, University...

Validating the modified System for Evaluation of Teaching Qualities: a teaching quality assessment instrument

Validating the modified System for Evaluation of Teaching Qualities: a teaching quality assessment instrument Ahmed Al Ansari,1–3 Mona R Arekat,4 Abdel Halim Salem5 1Medical Education, Training and Education Department, Bahrain Defense Force Hospital, Riffa, Kingdom of Bahrain; 2General Surgery and Medical Education Department, College of Medicine and Medical Sciences, Arabian...

Hands-on teaching, shadowing, and supported learning through acute clinics to help improve the confidence of and meet training needs for junior doctors working in ear, nose, and throat surgery

Hands-on teaching, shadowing, and supported learning through acute clinics to help improve the confidence of and meet training needs for junior doctors working in ear, nose, and throat surgery Saraswati Aryasomayajula,1 Amit Raithatha,1 Matthew Haywood,2 Ravi Jobanputra,2 Rujuta Roplekar,1 Vikas Acharya1 1Department of ENT Surgery, Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, Luton...

A response to the perception of the severity of medical error and the level of clinical seniority

A response to the perception of the severity of medical error and the level of clinical seniority Soma Farag Medical Department at Imperial College, London University, London, UKI read with interest the study by Khan and Arsanious1 which gave insight into the perception of the severity of medical errors of practitioners of different grades and believed that there is much to be...

Integrated pathology and radiology learning for a musculoskeletal system module: an example of interdisciplinary integrated form

Integrated pathology and radiology learning for a musculoskeletal system module: an example of interdisciplinary integrated form Rama Santhosh Karri, Aditya Uday Kale, Nikita Maria College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UKThe most difficult step for a medical student is making the transition from student to qualified doctor. Exam performance...

The value of mobile tablet computers (iPads) in the undergraduate medical curriculum: an Imperial College medical student view

The value of mobile tablet computers (iPads) in the undergraduate medical curriculum: an Imperial College medical student view Anas Tahir, Mohaimen Al-Zubaidy, Husein Rajabali Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, London, UKWe read with great interest the article by Patel and Burke-Gaffney exploring the benefits and potential drawbacks of using mobile tablet computers as...

Current perspectives on the role of body painting in medical education

Current perspectives on the role of body painting in medical education Gabrielle M Finn Health Professions Education Unit, Hull York Medical School, University of York, York, UK Abstract: Body painting is a popular teaching and learning tool within medical education. Art-based approaches, such as body painting, allow students to learn in a fun and engaging manner. They are...

Promoting wellness and stress management in residents through emotional intelligence training

Promoting wellness and stress management in residents through emotional intelligence training Ramzan Shahid,1 Jerold Stirling,1 William Adams2 1Department of Pediatrics, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL, USA; 2Clinical Research Office Biostatistics Core, Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL, USA Background: US physicians are experiencing...

Problem-based learning as an efficient teaching modality: improvements proposed by UK medical students

Problem-based learning as an efficient teaching modality: improvements proposed by UK medical students Mohammed Khalid Aslami, Amir-Humza Tahir Suleman, Owais Ali Shah Faculty of Medicine, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UKWe read the article by Yadav et al1 with great interest which highlighted the positive perception of medical students toward problem-based...

Assessment of the implementation of problem-based learning model in Saudi medical colleges: a cross-sectional study

Assessment of the implementation of problem-based learning model in Saudi medical colleges: a cross-sectional study Hassan Al-shehri,1 Mohamed O’haj,2 Rayan Elsini,3 Hatem Alharbi,3 Mosleh Jabari,1 Fahad Al-Qashar,4 Niels Rochow5 1Department of Pediatrics, College of Medicine, Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; 2Department of Biochemistry, College...

Integrated pathology and radiology learning for a musculoskeletal system module: an example of interdisciplinary integrated form

Integrated pathology and radiology learning for a musculoskeletal system module: an example of interdisciplinary integrated form Ihab Shafek Atta,1 Fahd Nasser AlQahtani2 1Pathology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Al-Azhar University, Cairo (Assuit Branch), Egypt; 2Radiology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Albaha University, Al-Aqiq, Saudi Arabia Introduction: Many curricula...

Re: An evaluation of medical student-led podcasts: what are the lessons learnt?

Re: An evaluation of medical student-led podcasts: what are the lessons learnt? Mohammad-Yaseen Hassan Serry,1 Hazhee Rasoul2 1King’s College London, Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medical Education, London, UK; 2East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, Ashford, UKWe would like to praise the recent article by Kapoor et al, a highly topical piece on medical...

Some reflections on problem-based learning medical curriculum

Some reflections on problem-based learning medical curriculum Alberto Enrique D’Ottavio Rosario Medical School and Research Council, Rosario National University, Rosario, República Argentina Given the promising results reported by Yadav et al,1 it seems timely to make some reflections, related to this article, for contributing to improving the hybrid problembased learning (PBL...

Learning preferences in higher education: a medical student’s perspective

Learning preferences in higher education: a medical student’s perspective Muhammed Shaan Riaz Mohamed Rimzy Mohamed Riza Mohammed Abdul Shafi Faculty of Medicine, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UKDear editorWe note with great interest the article by Aldosari et al,1 which investigated the learning style preferences of dental students at a single institution in...

Designing and developing a continuing interprofessional education model

Designing and developing a continuing interprofessional education model Leila Safabakhsh,1 Alireza Irajpour,2 Nikoo Yamani3 1Medical Education Department, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran; 2Critical Care Nursing Department, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Nursing and Midwifery Care Research Center, Social Determinants of Health Research Center, Isfahan...

Bridging the gap between physician and medical student education: using the Train the Trainer model to improve cultural competence training in the clerkship years of medical school

Bridging the gap between physician and medical student education: using the Train the Trainer model to improve cultural competence training in the clerkship years of medical school Paige M Anderson, Allison A Vanderbilt College of Medicine and Life Sciences, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, USA Abstract: Cultural competence (CC) training has become a required part of medical...

Time-variable medical education innovation in context

Time-variable medical education innovation in context Christopher D Stamy,1 Christine C Schwartz,1 Danielle A Phillips,2 Aparna S Ajjarapu,3 Kristi J Ferguson,4,5 Debra A Schwinn6–8 1University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Iowa City, 2Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center, Des Moines, 3University of Iowa, 4Office of Consultation & Research in Medical Education...

Does the perception of severity of medical error differ between varying levels of clinical seniority?

Does the perception of severity of medical error differ between varying levels of clinical seniority? Iqbal Khan,1 Meret Arsanious2 1Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust, Northampton, UK; 2Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, London, UK Background and purpose: The Francis Report called for a more “open culture” to empower health care staff to report medical...

Face-to-face versus online training for the interpretation of findings in the fiberoptic endoscopic exam of the swallow procedure

Face-to-face versus online training for the interpretation of findings in the fiberoptic endoscopic exam of the swallow procedure Susan L Brady,1 Noel Rao,2 Patricia J Gibbons,3 Letha Williams,4 Mark Hakel,5 Theresa Pape6 1Quality and Research Department, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, Wheaton, IL, USA; 2Medical Residency Department, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, Wheaton...

An integrated 2-year clinical skills peer tutoring scheme in a UK-based medical school: perceptions of tutees and peer tutors

An integrated 2-year clinical skills peer tutoring scheme in a UK-based medical school: perceptions of tutees and peer tutors Hesham Khalid,* Shiffa Shahid,* Nikita Punjabi,* Nikhil Sahdev* Faculty of Medicine, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK *These authors contributed equally to this work Background: Several benefits of peer tutoring in medical school teaching...