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Relationship between exercise intensity and stress levels among U.S. medical students.

Richard K Leuchter, Margaret L Stuber, Austin L McDonald, Daniel M Croymans,

<h4>Background</h4>Physical activity may protect the mental health of medical students, yet it is unknown which types and intensities of physical activity have the greatest potential to improve medical student well-being.<h4>Objective</h4>We characterize the relationship between exercise intensity and stress levels of U.S. medical students, thereby informing the design of future well-being ... Read more >>

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Self-perceived competencies on evidence-based medicine in medical students and physicians registered in a virtual course: a cross-sectional study.

Milton A Romero-Robles, David R Soriano-Moreno, Fabrizio M García-Gutiérrez, I Benjamín Condori-Meza, Caroline C Sing-Sánchez, Sandy P Bulnes Alvarez, Christoper A Alarcon-Ruiz, Alvaro Taype-Rondan, Andres Viteri-García,

<h4>Background</h4>Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is defined as the integration of the best available evidence from scientific studies with clinical experience (and context) and with patients' values and preferences. The objective of the present study was to describe self-perceived EBM competencies in physicians and medical students enrolled in a massive virtual EBM ... Read more >>

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Development and evaluation of an online integrative histology module: simple design, low-cost, and improves pathology self-efficacy.

Daniel T Schoenherr, Mary O Dereski, Kurt D Bernacki, Said Khayyata, Stefanie M Attardi,

Integration of core concepts is an important aspect of medical curriculum enhancement. Challenges to improving integration include the risk of curtailing the basic sciences in the process and the push to decrease contact hours in medical curricula. Self-paced learning tools can be developed that deliberately relate basic and clinical sciences ... Read more >>

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Quantitative metrics and psychometric scales in the visual art and medical education literature: a narrative review.

John David Ike, Joel Howell,

The authors conduct a narrative review of the quantitative observation metrics and psychometric scales utilized in the visual arts and medical education literature in order to provide medical educators with a 'toolkit' of quantitative metrics with which to design and evaluate novel visual arts-based pedagogies. These efforts are intended to ... Read more >>

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Implementing a graduate medical education anti-racism workshop at an academic university in the Southern USA.

Tina Simpson, Justin Evans, Alice Goepfert, Latesha Elopre,

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the social justice movement in early 2020 awakened many Americans to the health disparities and health care inequities affecting Black communities. This heightened awareness has strengthened the call to address social determinants of health, like racism. Physicians can play an important role in dismantling racism ... Read more >>

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Observation tool to measure patient-centered behaviors on rounds in an academic medical center.

Michelle Sharp, Nicole Williams, Sean Tackett, Laura A Hanyok, Colleen Christmas, Cynthia S Rand, Roy C Ziegelstein, Janet D Record,

<h4>Objective</h4>As part of a quality improvement project, we developed and employed an observation checklist to measure patient-centered behaviors during daily rounds to assess the frequency of patient-centered behaviors among a patient-centered care (PCC) team and standard team (ST) rounds.<h4>Patients and methods</h4>On four general medicine service (GMS) teaching teams at an ... Read more >>

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A parent-led, patient-centered medical home model instruction for interprofessional undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities.

Lori Heginbotham, Gina Baugh, Timothy Lefeber, Linda Friehling, Christy Barnhart, Lee Ann Miller, Lucas Moore, Lesley Cottrell,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Despite national efforts to establish patient-centered medical homes (PCMH), 57.3% of children with special health care needs are receiving care that does not meet medical home criteria. Project DOCC, a national curriculum designed by parents of children with disabilities or chronic disease, has shown documented strengths in medical resident learner ... Read more >>

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First-generation and continuing-generation college graduates' application, acceptance, and matriculation to U.S. medical schools: a national cohort study.

Hyacinth R C Mason, Ashar Ata, Mytien Nguyen, Sunny Nakae, Devasmita Chakraverty, Branden Eggan, Sarah Martinez, Donna B Jeffe,

Many U.S. medical schools conduct holistic review of applicants to enhance the socioeconomic and experiential diversity of the physician workforce. The authors examined the role of first-generation college-graduate status on U.S. medical school application, acceptance, and matriculation, hypothesizing that first-generation (vs. continuing-generation) college graduates would be less likely to apply ... Read more >>

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Utilizing learning communities to deliver an integrated undergraduate medical education curriculum.

Chi Braunreiter, Sathyanarayan Sudhanthar, Brad Riley, Kelly Armstrong, Brian Mavis, Jonathan Gold,

Learning communities (LCs) have been identified as a structure to support student wellness as well as create a positive learning environment and have been increasingly adopted in undergraduate medical education (UGME). In 2016, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine made curricular changes which integrated basic, social, and clinical sciences. ... Read more >>

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Publishing your scholarship: a survey of pearls from top reviewers.

Joshua Jauregui, Anthony R Artino, Jonathan S Ilgen, Gail Sullivan, Sandrijn M van Schaik,

Experts have described ways to improve peer review quality. Perspectives <i>from</i> expert reviewers are largely absent in the health professions education literature. To gather guidance from expert reviewers, to aid authors striving to publish and reviewers aiming to perform their task effectively. This study surveyed <i>the Journal of Graduate Medical ... Read more >>

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Maximizing clinical rotation placements for US medical students: exploring an optimization model.

Gary L Beck Dallaghan, Xi Lin, J Kyle Melvin, Julie Golding, Beat Steiner, Vidyadhar Kulkarni,

<h4>Background</h4>For years, US medical schools have relied on community-based, private clinicians to educate medical students. There has been a steady decline in the number of physicians willing to take on medical students in their clinical practices. Recent issues related to the pandemic raise questions about how many patients students should ... Read more >>

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Visibility & support for first generation college graduates in medicine.

Abraham Gallegos, Lynn K Gordon, Gerardo Moreno, Sue Nahm, Kathleen Brown, Valencia Walker, Vanessa Rangel, Stephanie Clavijo, Alejandra Casillas,

Of Being a First Generation (First Gen) college graduate is an important intersectionality which impacts the lens through which First Gen students learn to become physicians. In this Perspective, we define the First Gen identity and review some of the salient First Gen literature as it applies to the medical ... Read more >>

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Understanding the role of the art museum in teaching clinical-level medical students.

Heather J Kagan, Margot Kelly-Hedrick, Elizabeth Benskin, Suzy Wolffe, Melissa Suchanek, Margaret S Chisolm,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The role of the visual arts in medical education has been understudied, especially with regard to program evaluation and learner assessment of complex competencies such as professional identity, team building, and tolerance for ambiguity. We designed a study to explore how an integrative art museum-based program might benefit 3rd and ... Read more >>

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Use of neuroimaging to measure neurocognitive engagement in health professions education: a scoping review.

Serkan Toy, Dana D Huh, Joshua Materi, Julie Nanavati, Deborah A Schwengel,

<h4>Purpose</h4>To map the current literature on functional neuroimaging use in medical education research as a novel measurement modality for neurocognitive engagement, learning, and expertise development.<h4>Method</h4>We searched PubMed, Embase, Cochrane, ERIC, and Web of Science, and hand-searched reference lists of relevant articles on April 4, 2019, and updated the search on ... Read more >>

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Virtual suturing skills learning: role of verbal versus written feedback in surgery rotation clerkship.

Daniel Ardian Soeselo, Alex Kusanto, Nurliati Sari Handini, Jonny Setiawan, Irene Stephanie, Michael Lie, Annatasia Ayu Gitasaraswati,

<h4>Objective</h4>Onsite clinical skills learning is interrupted during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. This study aimed to compare the effectiveness of verbal versus written feedback in virtual suturing skills learning.<h4>Design</h4>Participants were randomly divided into two groups, one with verbal feedback and written feedback on the other. Each was instructed to perform a simple ... Read more >>

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Does developing multiple-choice Questions Improve Medical Students' Learning? A Systematic Review.

Youness Touissi, Ghita Hjiej, Abderrazak Hajjioui, Azeddine Ibrahimi, Maryam Fourtassi,

Practicing Multiple-choice questions is a popular learning method among medical students. While MCQs are commonly used in exams, creating them might provide another opportunity for students to boost their learning. Yet, the effectiveness of student-generated multiple-choice questions in medical education has been questioned. This study aims to verify the effects ... Read more >>

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Mapping health, social and health system issues and applying a social accountability inventory to a problem based learning medical curriculum.

Dervla Kelly, Sarah Hyde, Mohamed Elhassan Abdalla,

Social accountability is a powerful concept. It is applied to medical education to encourage future doctors to take action to address health inequalities and overlooked health needs of disadvantaged populations. Problem-based learning (PBL) provides an ideal setting to teach medical students about these topics. The objective of this study is ... Read more >>

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Resources for clinical learning environment orientation.

Kimberly A Gifford, Eunjung Choi, Kelly A Kieffer,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Each clinical learning environment (CLE) requires learners to navigate a different set of complex interactions to engage in safe patient care while learning from real patients. Orientation forms the foundation for learning, yet CLE models in the literature are primarily written for an educator audience and practical advice for orienting ... Read more >>

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The effect of flipped classroom in multiple clinical skills training for clinical interns on Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE).

Weihao Zhang, Jiaoyang Gu, Fan Li, Feifei Feng, Huiqiang Chen, Xiaowei Xing, Lan Liu,

<h4>Aims</h4>The flipped classroom (FC) is a hybrid approach, combining online learning and face-to-face classroom activities. To comprehensively evaluate the role of the Flipped Classroom (FC) model in clinical skills teaching of medical interns and investigate the acceptance and recognition of FC and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE).<h4>Methods</h4>In the teaching of ... Read more >>

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The mentored experience to enhance opportunities in research (METEOR) program.

Lisa Schwartz, Naomi Luban, Alison Hall, Diane McQuail, Yolanda Haywood,

<h4>Problem</h4>Medical students from groups that are underrepresented in medicine are less likely to pursue careers that incorporate research as compared to their white peers. Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA)-funded institutions encouraged centers to establish short-term, mentored summer research opportunities to motivate students underrepresented in medicine to enroll in medical ... Read more >>

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Network analysis of psychological factors related to academic pressure faced by medical students in the central and highland regions of Vietnam.

Minh Tu Nguyen, Thanh Gia Nguyen, Tho Thi Anh Tran, Thi Thanh Nhan Nguyen, Dinh Duong Le, Thi Thanh Binh Nguyen, Huu Hai Hoang, Thi Linh Dan Ho, Binh Thang Tran,

Medical students experience extensive pressure during their undergraduate courses. Given the complex associations between psychological factors in association with academic pressure. We investigated the study with objectives: To examine psychological factors related to academic pressure by analysing interactions between 'study motivation', 'study environment', 'study conditions', 'teacher quality', 'training programme', 'management ... Read more >>

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First, do no harm: impact of the transition to an integrated curriculum on medical knowledge acquisition of the transitional cohort.

Kirstin Nackers, Raquel Tatar, Eileen Cowan, Laura Zakowski, Katharina Stewart, Sarah Ahrens, Laura Jacques, Shobhina Chheda,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Many medical schools are moving toward integrated curricula in response to the 2010 Carnegie report. However, there is often apprehension that student performance on standard assessment metrics of medical knowledge acquisition could suffer during the transition period. Therefore, we sought to analyze the impact of curriculum redesign on the medical ... Read more >>

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'Early identification of struggling pre-clerkship learners using formative clinical skills OSCEs: an assessment for learning program.'

Ilene Rosenberg, Listy Thomas, Gabbriel Ceccolini, Richard Feinn,

Multiple experts in clinical skills remediation recommend early identification to support struggling learners, but there is minimal documentation on implementation of these programs. We share one school's outcomes-based research utilizing the formative assessment for learning model to early-identify pre-clerkship students struggling with clinical skills using formative OSCEs (F-OSCE). Student scores ... Read more >>

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Brief online implicit bias education increases bias awareness among clinical teaching faculty.

Janice Sabin, Grace Guenther, India J Ornelas, Davis G Patterson, C Holly A Andrilla, Leo Morales, Kritee Gurjal, Bianca K Frogner,

<h4>Problem and purpose</h4>Healthcare provider implicit bias influences the learning environment and patient care. Bias awareness is one of the key elements to be included in implicit bias education. Research on education enhancing bias awareness is limited. Bias awareness can motivate behavior change. The objective was to evaluate whether exposure to ... Read more >>

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Transitional challenges faced by medical intern doctors (IDs) in Vanuatu: a qualitative study.

Mackenzie Sitobata, Masoud Mohammadnezhad,

The transition from being a medical student to a fully qualified registered doctor is a challenging time in the lives of intern doctors (IDs). Throughout those challenging times they face many challenges which significantly impact their professional lives as well as their transitional experience. This study aimed to identify the ... Read more >>

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