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Design and implementation of an interactive, competency-based pilot pediatric telemedicine curriculum.

Marguerite Costich, Laura Robbins-Milne, Edith Bracho-Sanchez, Mariellen Lane, Suzanne Friedman,

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine visits surged to increase access and maintain continuity of care, while reducing transmission of disease. However, few curricula exist for training residents on how to care for patients via telemedicine, especially in pediatrics. We aimed to create and evaluate an interactive, competency-based ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1911019]

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Managing expansions in medical students' clinical placements caused by curricular transformation: perspectives from four medical schools.

Jeff A Kraakevik, Gary L Beck Dallaghan, Julie S Byerley, Seetha U Monrad, John A Davis, Maya M Hammoud, Cyril M Grum, Patricia Carney,

Many challenges could occur that result in the need to handle an increase in the number of medical student clinical placements, such as curricular transformations or viral pandemics, such as COVID 19. Here, we describe four different institutions' approaches to addressing the impact of curricular transformation on clerkships using an ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1857322]

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MPRO: A Professionalism Curriculum to Enhance the Professional Identity Formation of University Premedical Students.

Gia Merlo, Hanjun Ryu, Toi B Harris, John Coverdale,

Limited opportunities exist for university premedical students to gain exposure to the realities of clinical practice through physician shadowing or through a formal curriculum. Medical Professionalism and Observership utilizes didactics, reflective writing, small- and large- group discussions, and clinical observerships to enhance the process of professional identity formation during a ... Read more >>

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A qualitative exploration of post-primary educators' attitudes regarding the promotion of student wellbeing.

David Byrne, Dr Aiden Carthy,

<b>Purpose</b>: The success of measures aimed at promoting student health and wellbeing is greatly informed by the attitudes and perceptions of the educators assigned to implement these measures. The aim of this study was to examine the attitudes of post-primary educators in Ireland regarding the promotion of student wellbeing.<b>Method</b>: Semi-structured ... Read more >>

Int J Qual Stud Health Well-being (International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being)
[2021, 16(1):1946928]

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Perspectives of Clinical Teaching Fellows on preparedness for practice: a mixed-methods exploration of what needs to change.

Rory Morrice, Olivia Buckeldee, Kathleen Leedham-Green,

Supporting medical students in their transition to newly qualified doctor is an important educational priority. Clinical Teaching Fellows (CTFs), as both recent graduates and trained educators, are uniquely positioned to suggest curricular enhancements to support preparedness for practice. Our mixed-methods approach involved CTFs across eight UK teaching hospitals. We conducted ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1976443]

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Response to medical students' perspective: project-based learning approach to increase medical student empathy.

Kyong-Jee Kim,

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[2021, 26(1):1877100]

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Post-residency medical education fellowships: a scoping review.

Mariel L Cataldi, Margot Kelly-Hedrick, Julie Nanavati, Margaret S Chisolm, Walsh Anne L,

The authors conducted a scoping review to investigate the structure, content, and potential impact of post-residency medical education fellowships. The authors searched eight databases to identify English-language articles describing longitudinal, post-residency medical fellowships that both focused on medical education and described the structure and content of the curriculum. The authors ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1920084]

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Transition-to-residency: pilot innovative, online case-based curriculum for medical students preparing for pediatric internships.

Marguerite Costich, Morgan A Finkel, Suzanne Friedman, Marina Catallozzi, Rachel J Gordon,

<b>Background</b>: There is increasing recognition in medical education that greater emphasis must be placed on preparing graduating medical students for their new roles as interns. Few publications in the literature have described transition-to-residency curricula specifically for students interested in pediatrics or pediatric-related fields<b>Approach</b>: We developed novel online pediatric cases, embedded ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1892569]

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Eight-hour medication-assisted treatment waiver training for opioid use disorder: integration into medical school curriculum.

Irvin C Lien, Randell Seaton, Aaron Szpytman, Jody Chou, Victoria Webber, Eva Waineo, DianeL Levine,

<b>Background</b>: The opioid epidemic is a growing problem in the USA. Use of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) has been effective in treating patients with opioid use disorders (OUD) and maintaining sobriety; however, there is a significant shortage of physicians formally trained in MAT. <b>Objective</b>: Wayne State University School of Medicine integrated ... Read more >>

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The perceptions of anatomy teachers for different majors during the COVID-19 pandemic: a national Chinese survey.

Yu Yan, Xin Cheng, Changman Zhou, Xuesong Yang, Yun-Qing Li,

During the spring semester of 2020, medical school anatomists in China were forced by the COVID-19 pandemic to transition from face-to-face educators or part-time online educators to full-time online educators. This nationwide survey was conducted to assess online anatomy education during the pandemic for medical students from nonclinical medicine and ... Read more >>

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An audit of the medical pre-clinical curriculum at an urban university: sexual and gender minority health content.

Mandi L Pratt-Chapman, Nina Abon,

Most medical students receive inadequate preparation to care for sexual and gender minority (SGM) patients. A review of one urban medical school's pre-clinical curriculum was conducted to assess coverage of appropriate SGM health content. Curricula that fully or partially addressed American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) core competencies for SGM ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1947172]

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Environments, processes, and outcomes - using the LEPO framework to examine medical student learning preferences with traditional and electronic resources.

Kristin Wong, Vidhi Kapoor, Alan Tso, Mary OConnor, David Convissar, Neil Kothari, Christin Traba,

Changes in medical student learning preferences help drive innovation in teaching and require schools and commercial resources to quickly adapt. However, few studies have detailed the relationship of learner preferences to the environment and teaching modalities used in the pre-clerkship years, nor do they incorporate third-party resources. Our study attempts ... Read more >>

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Towards a medical school curriculum for uncertainty in clinical practice.

Dimitrios Papanagnou, Nethra Ankam, David Ebbott, Deborah Ziring,

Uncertainty abounds in the clinical environment. Medical students, however, are not explicitly prepared for situations of uncertainty in clinical practice, which can cause anxiety and impact well-being. To address this gap, we sought to capture how students felt in various clinical scenarios and identify programs they found helpful as they ... Read more >>

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Towards the optimal use of video recordings to support the flipped classroom in medical school basic sciences education.

Stephen J Bordes, Donna Walker, Louis Jonathan Modica, Joanne Buckland, Andrew K Sobering,

The use of recorded video in medical education is increasing. Video material may be assigned before scheduled sessions to create a flipped classroom. Here, the instructor may lead a session that is organized for discussion, interpretation, and reflection of the previewed content. We established conditions that lead to increased student ... Read more >>

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[2021, 26(1):1841406]

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The impact of a medical improv curriculum on wellbeing and professional development among pre-clinical medical students.

Nicholas Neel, John-Michael Maury, Karen M Heskett, Alana Iglewicz, Lina Lander,

Medical students experience rising rates of burnout throughout their training. Efforts have been made to not only mitigate its negative effects, but also prevent its development. Medical improv takes the basic ideas of improvisational theatre and applies them to clinical situations. Given improv's focus on self-awareness and reflection, in addition ... Read more >>

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Building upon the foundational science curriculum with physiology-based grand rounds: a multi-institutional program evaluation.

Arielle L Langer, Brian L Block, Richard M Schwartzstein, Jeremy B Richards,

<b>Introduction</b>: Vertically integrating physiology into patient care has the potential to improve clinical reasoning. Clinical Physiology Grand Rounds (CPGR) is a case-based teaching method that brings together students from all years of medical school to focus on linking clinical presentations to core basic science concepts including anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology. ... Read more >>

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A processual view on the use of problem-based learning in high school physiology teaching.

Luis Antonio de Pinho, Luiz Anastácio Alves, Michele Waltz Comarú, Maurício Roberto Motta Pinto da Luz, Renato Matos Lopes,

In problem-based learning (PBL), the steps and processes present in the PBL tutorial cycle are essential for constructive, self-directed, collaborative, and contextual student learning. This article presents a procedural study of a PBL tutorial cycle with high school students new to the method regarding human respiration and circulation physiology. We ... Read more >>

Adv Physiol Educ (Advances in physiology education)
[2021, 45(4):750-757]

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The physician healer track: educating the hearts and the minds of future physicians.

Era Buck, Travis Billingsley, Julie McKee, Gwyn Richardson, Cara Geary,

Calls to reform medical education recommend explicit training in professional identity formation to promote the development of humanistic, compassionate physicians. The authors report their experience offering The Physician Healer Track, a 500-contact-hour curricula integrated over 4 years, focusing on self-awareness, reflection, being-with-suffering, communication and professional identity development. The voluntary scholarly-concentration ... Read more >>

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Development and validation of inventory tool to evaluate social accountability principles in case scenarios used in problem-based curriculum (Social accountability inventory for PBL).

Mohamed Elhassan Abdalla, Nihar Dash, Sara Shorbagi, Mohamed H Taha,

Social accountability (SA) is an obligation for medical schools in meeting the priority health concerns of the communities they serve. To measure the integration of SA principles into medical curricula, suitable tools are needed. This study developed and validated an inventory to assess SA values within the existing case scenarios ... Read more >>

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Using longitudinal progress test data to determine the effect size of learning in undergraduate medical education - a retrospective, single-center, mixed model analysis of progress testing results.

Dennis Görlich, Hendrik Friederichs,

Medical education research focuses on the development of efficient learning methods promoting the acquisition of student's knowledge and competencies. Evaluation of any modification of educational approaches needs to be evaluated accordingly and a reliable effect size needs to be reached. Our aim is to provide a methodological basis to calculate ... Read more >>

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Evaluation of a longitudinal subspecialty clinic for internal medicine residents.

Martin V Consunji, R Jeffrey Kohlwes, Jennifer M Babik,

<h4>Background</h4>The traditional model for subspecialty education in internal medicine (IM) residencies is a short inpatient consult rotation, which often lacks outpatient exposure and continuity with faculty. Our IM residency program developed a longitudinal subspecialty clinic (LSC) experience, which pairs categorical IM residents with a faculty preceptor in their subspecialty of ... Read more >>

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Undergraduate medical education amid COVID-19: a qualitative analysis of enablers and barriers to acquiring competencies in distant learning using focus groups.

Anika Reinhart, Bastian Malzkorn, Carsten Döing, Ines Beyer, Jana Jünger, Hans Martin Bosse,

Due to comprehensive social distancing measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, medical faculties worldwide have made a virtue of necessity in resorting to online teaching. Medical faculties grapple with how to convey clinical competencies to students in this context. There is a need for research not only to map but ... Read more >>

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Curricular response to COVID-19: real-time interactive telehealth experience (RITE) program.

Joseph E Safdieh, Jennifer I Lee, Lona Prasad, Mary Mulcare, Brian Eiss, Yoon Kang,

<b>Introduction</b>. The COVID-19 pandemic placed an unprecedented strain on academic healthcare systems necessitating a pause in medical student teaching in clinical care settings, including at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM). WCM had a preexisting telemedicine curriculum, but limited opportunities for students to apply knowledge and skills related to direct virtual patient ... Read more >>

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Why we have to move beyond the idea of cultural competency.

Sarah Wong, Christina Plowman, Davina Puri, Ife Nwibe,

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Asian medical students' attitudes towards professionalism.

Nirmalatiban Parthiban, Fiona Boland, Darlina Hani Fadil Azim, Teresa Pawlikowska, Marié T O'Shea, Mohamad Hasif Jaafar, Karen Morgan,

<b>Background:</b> Professionalism is the basis of trust in patient-physician relationships; however, there is very limited evidence focusing on attitudes towards professionalism among medical students. Hence, the main aim of our study was to investigate Malaysian medical students' attitudes towards professionalism with specific emphasis on the comparison between pre-clinical and clinical ... Read more >>

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