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Urquhart, L. M.; Ker, J. S.; Rees, C. E. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Feedback in medical education is complicated by the multiple contexts within which learning occurs. However, feedback research in medical education has typically focused on information provided by tutors to students with limited exploration of the influence of context. This research seeks to address this gap by exploring the influence of multiple…
Descriptors: Context Effect, Feedback (Response), Medical Schools, Medical Education
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Rowland, Paula; Kuper, Ayelet – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
In order to prepare fully competent health care professionals, health professions education must be concerned with the relational space between patients and providers. Compassion and compassionate care are fundamental elements of this relational space. Traditionally, health professions educators and leaders have gone to two narrative sources when…
Descriptors: Health Personnel, Patients, Role, Interviews
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Hoffman, Beth L.; Hoffman, Robert; Wessel, Charles B.; Shensa, Ariel; Woods, Michelle S.; Primack, Brian A. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
While medical television programs are popular among health profession trainees, it is not clear to what extent these programs affect their knowledge, perceptions, and/or behaviors. Therefore, we conducted a systematic review of research evaluating associations between program exposure and outcomes. We conducted systematic literature searches in…
Descriptors: Television, Programming (Broadcast), Medical Education, Nursing Education
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Lundin, Robert M.; Bashir, Kiran; Bullock, Alison; Kostov, Camille E.; Mattick, Karen L.; Rees, Charlotte E.; Monrouxe, Lynn V. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
The importance of emotions within medical practice is well documented. Research suggests that how clinicians deal with negative emotions can affect clinical decision-making, health service delivery, clinician well-being, attentiveness to patient care and patient satisfaction. Previous research has identified the transition from student to junior…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Graduate Students, Medical Students, Readiness
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Schauber, Stefan K.; Hecht, Martin; Nouns, Zineb M. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Despite the frequent use of state-of-the-art psychometric models in the field of medical education, there is a growing body of literature that questions their usefulness in the assessment of medical competence. Essentially, a number of authors raised doubt about the appropriateness of psychometric models as a guiding framework to secure and refine…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Educational Assessment, Test Theory, Psychometrics
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Bearman, Margaret; Tai, Joanna; Kent, Fiona; Edouard, Vicki; Nestel, Debra; Molloy, Elizabeth – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Clinicians who teach are essential for the health workforce but require faculty development to improve their educational skills. Curricula for faculty development programs are often based on expert frameworks without consideration of the learning priorities as defined by clinical supervisors themselves. We sought to inform these curricula by…
Descriptors: Clinical Teaching (Health Professions), Faculty Development, Mixed Methods Research, College Faculty
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Binyamin, Galy – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Health educators nurture future generations of professionals by helping them to navigate the complex transition from students to therapists. The purpose of this study was to illustrate how a pedagogical method of collaborative reflection (involving reflective writing, sharing, and discussion) on relational dilemmas with role partners can develop…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Reflection, Occupational Therapy, Undergraduate Students
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Joynes, Viktoria C. T. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
This paper is concerned with exploring the relationship between perceptions of professional identities, interprofessional education (IPE) and collaborative practice. It seeks to introduce the concept of interprofessional responsibility as both a shift in the way in which to conceptualise the professional identity of Health and Social Care…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Interprofessional Relationship, Health Education, Social Services
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Gay, Steven E.; Santen, Sally A.; Mangrulkar, Rajesh S.; Sisson, Thomas H.; Ross, Paula T.; Zaidi, Nikki L. Bibler – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Medical school admissions interviews are used to assess applicants' nonacademic characteristics as advocated by the Association of American Medical Colleges' Advancing Holistic Review Initiative. The objective of this study is to determine whether academic metrics continue to significantly influence interviewers' scores in holistic processes by…
Descriptors: Medical Schools, College Entrance Examinations, Interviews, Grade Point Average
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de Visser, Marieke; Fluit, Cornelia; Cohen-Schotanus, Janke; Laan, Roland – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
In medical school selection, non-cognitive performance in particular correlates with performance in clinical practice. It is arguable, therefore, that selection should focus on non-cognitive aspects despite the predictive value of prior cognitive performance for early medical school performance. The aim of this study at Radboud University Medical…
Descriptors: Medical Schools, Admission Criteria, College Admission, Clinical Experience
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Cheung, Jeffrey J. H.; Kulasegaram, Kulamakan M.; Woods, Nicole N.; Moulton, Carol-anne; Ringsted, Charlotte V.; Brydges, Ryan – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Transfer is a desired outcome of simulation-based training, yet evidence for how instructional design features promote transfer is lacking. In clinical reasoning, transfer is improved when trainees experience instruction integrating basic science explanations with clinical signs and symptoms. To test whether integrated instruction has similar…
Descriptors: Transfer of Training, Teaching Methods, Rating Scales, Pretests Posttests
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Dennis, A. A.; Foy, M. J.; Monrouxe, L. V.; Rees, C. E. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Emotion characterises learners' feedback experiences. While the failure-to-fail literature suggests that emotion may be important, little is known about the role of emotion for educators. Secondary analyses were therefore conducted on data exploring 110 trainers' and trainees' feedback experiences. Group and individual narrative interviews were…
Descriptors: Work Environment, Feedback (Response), Interviews, Foreign Countries
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Kitto, Simon C.; Grant, Rachel E.; Peller, Jennifer; Moulton, Carol-Anne; Gallinger, Steven – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
In 2007 the Cancer Care Ontario Hepatobiliary-Pancreatic (HPB) Community of Practice was formed during the wake of provincial regionalization of HPB services in Ontario, Canada. Despite being conceptualized within the literature as an educational intervention, communities of practice (CoP) are increasingly being adopted in healthcare as quality…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Conflict, Cancer, Surgery
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De Leng, W. E.; Stegers-Jager, K. M.; Husbands, A.; Dowell, J. S.; Born, M. Ph.; Themmen, A. P. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2017
Situational Judgment Tests (SJTs) are increasingly used for medical school selection. Scoring an SJT is more complicated than scoring a knowledge test, because there are no objectively correct answers. The scoring method of an SJT may influence the construct and concurrent validity and the adverse impact with respect to non-traditional students.…
Descriptors: Situational Tests, Scoring, Test Reliability, Correlation
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Kelly, Maureen E.; O'Flynn, Siun – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2017
Aptitude tests are widely used in selection. However, despite certain advantages their use remains controversial. This paper aims to critically appraise five sources of evidence for the construct validity of the Health Professions Admission Test (HPAT)-Ireland, an aptitude test used for selecting undergraduate medical students. The objectives are…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Aptitude Tests, College Entrance Examinations, Undergraduate Students
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