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Cox, Antoon; Li, Shuangyu – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
The well-structured medical communication models that are typically described in textbooks are relevant to practice, but the actual messy interactional realities of consultations are often a far cry away from them. As a result, medical trainees frequently encounter difficulties when applying communication skills acquired during training to medical…
Descriptors: Medical Services, Consultation Programs, Medical Students, Communication Skills
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Chong, Jia Yan; Ching, Ann Hui; Renganathan, Yaazhini; Lim, Wei Qiang; Toh, Ying Pin; Mason, Stephen; Krishna, Lalit K. R. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Mentoring is suffering from a shortage of trained mentors which compromise the efficacy of novice mentoring or mentoring between a senior clinician and a junior clinician. E-mentoring is proposed as a means of supplementing this dominant form of mentoring in medicine by providing accessible, timely and longitudinal support for mentees. However,…
Descriptors: Mentors, Electronic Learning, Blended Learning, Novices
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Kahlke, Renate M.; McConnell, Meghan M.; Wisener, Katherine M.; Eva, Kevin W. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Safe and effective healthcare requires that new knowledge or skills, once learned, are incorporated into professional practice. However, this process is not always straightforward. Learning takes place in complex contexts, requiring practitioners to overcome various motivational, systemic, emotional, and social barriers to the application of…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Theory Practice Relationship, Barriers, Psychological Patterns
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Warner, David O.; Nolan, Margaret; Garcia-Marcinkiewicz, Annery; Schultz, Caleb; Warner, Matthew A.; Schroeder, Darrell R.; Cook, David A. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to evaluate two online instructional design features, namely adaptation to learner prior knowledge and use of questions to enhance interactivity in online portrayals of physician-patient encounters, in the context of instructing surgical specialists to deliver perioperative tobacco interventions. An online learning…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Electronic Learning, Instructional Design, Interaction
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MacKinnon, Kinnon R.; Ng, Stella L.; Grace, Daniel; Sicchia, Suzanne R.; Ross, Lori E. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Evidenced by leading journals in academic medicine, health professions education has taken up the call to advance equitable healthcare. One pressing area where gaps and inequities are apparent is transgender (trans) people's access to gender-affirming medicine such as hormones and surgeries. Reasons for the dire state of care include education…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Advocacy, Sexual Identity, Patients
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van der Aa, Jessica E.; Aabakke, Anna J. M.; Ristorp Andersen, Betina; Settnes, Annette; Hornnes, Peter; Teunissen, Pim W.; Goverde, Angelique J.; Scheele, Fedde – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
In postgraduate medical education, required competencies are described in detail in existing competency frameworks. This study proposes an alternative strategy for competency-based medical education design, which is supported by change management theories. We demonstrate the value of allowing room for re-invention and creative adaptation of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Medical Education, Competency Based Education, Obstetrics
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Monteiro, Sandra D.; Sherbino, Jonathan; Schmidt, Henk; Mamede, Silvia; Ilgen, Jonathan; Norman, Geoff – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
While multiple theories exist to explain the diagnostic process, there are few available assessments that reliably determine diagnostic competence in trainees. Most methods focus on aspects of the process of diagnostic reasoning, such as the relation between case features and diagnostic hypotheses. Inevitably, detailed elucidation of aspects of…
Descriptors: Accuracy, Logical Thinking, Clinical Diagnosis, Test Reliability
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Morgan, Kate; Campbell, Katrina L.; Sargeant, Sally; Reidlinger, Dianne P. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Effective health workforce preparation is critical to the health of those who stand to benefit from its services. Emerging dietitians can provide important insights on an evolving workforce that is well-placed to advance future global health. This study aimed to explore a national sample of dietetics graduates' experiences of, and challenges faced…
Descriptors: Dietetics, Foreign Countries, Graduates, Novices
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Bulk, Laura Yvonne; Tikhonova, Julia; Gagnon, Jennifer M.; Battalova, Alfiya; Mayer, Yael; Krupa, Terry; Lee, Michael; Nimmon, Laura; Jarus, Tal – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Disabled people are underrepresented within healthcare professions, although their participation has potential benefits for them personally, and for broader society. Disabled peoples' participation in healthcare professions is limited by assumptions about disability. Little research explores how healthcare professions can be organized to support…
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Health Personnel, Taxonomy, Experience
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Castanelli, Damian J.; Weller, Jennifer M.; Molloy, Elizabeth; Bearman, Margaret – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Medical educators are tasked with decisions on trainee progression and credentialing for independent clinical practice, which requires robust evidence from workplace-based assessment. It is unclear how the current promotion of workplace-based assessment as a pedagogical approach to promote learning has impacted this use of assessments for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Education, Supervisors, Supervisory Methods
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Davis, Corinne; King, Olivia A.; Clemans, Allie; Coles, Jan; Crampton, Paul E. S.; Jacobs, Nicky; McKeown, Tui; Morphet, Julia; Seear, Kate; Rees, Charlotte E. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
While University students increasingly participate in work-integrated learning (WIL), their dignity is often violated during WIL. The current literature is limited in so far as it typically focuses on student perspectives within healthcare contexts and does not use the concept of 'dignity'. Instead, this study explored student and supervisor…
Descriptors: College Students, Work Experience Programs, Human Dignity, Medicine
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Noble, Christy; Billett, Stephen; Armit, Lyn; Collier, Leigh; Hilder, Joanne; Sly, Christine; Molloy, Elizabeth – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Feedback can improve students' learning and performance on clinical placements, yet students are often dissatisfied with the process. Attempts to improve feedback frequently focus on faculty development programs without addressing learners' capabilities to engage with feedback. For feedback to be effective, students need to understand its…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Students, Feedback (Response), Instructional Effectiveness
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Samuriwo, Ray; Laws, Elinor; Webb, Katie; Bullock, Alison – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
Interprofessional teamwork between healthcare professionals is integral to the delivery of safe high-quality patient care in all settings. Recent reforms of medical education curricula incorporate specific educational opportunities that aim to foster successful interprofessional collaboration and teamwork. The aim of this study was to explore the…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Medical Students
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Dauphinee, W. Dale – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
When educators are developing an effective and workable assessment program in graduate medical education by employing action research and stakeholder mapping to identify core competency domains and directives, the multi-stage process can be guided and informed by utilizing the story of designing, building and sea-testing sailing ships as a…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Medical Education, Instructional Design, Minimum Competencies
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Krupat, Edward; Camargo, Carlos A.; Espinola, Janice A.; Fleenor, Thomas J.; Strewler, Gordon J.; Dienstag, Jules L. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2020
We conducted a study to compare medical school experiences, values, career paths, and career satisfaction of under-represented in medicine (URiM) and non-URiM physicians approximately 15 years after medical school, guided by the Theory of Planned Behavior and the concept of stereotype threat. The sample consisted of four graduating classes,…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Physicians, Educational Experience, Career Development
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