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Ilona Kaisti; Petri Kulmala; Mirka Hintsanen; Tuula Hurtig; Saara Repo; Tiina Paunio; Jouko Miettunen; Anu-Helmi Halt; Erika Jääskeläinen – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
The number of studies on the effects of mindfulness on healthcare professionals is increasing. The main aim of this study was to collate the quantitative results of original studies analyzing the effects of mindfulness-based interventions on a variety of outcomes in medical students. We also analyzed how the study design and characteristics of the…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Intervention, Metacognition, Stress Management
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Debra L Marais – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
By virtue of their teaching role and contact with students, health professions (HP) educators are often the first point of connection for students who are experiencing mental health difficulties. Educators are increasingly expected to include some form of pastoral care in their role. Mental health-related interactions with students may have a…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Teachers, Students, Mental Health
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Margareth Kristoffersen; Bjørg Frøysland Oftedal – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
It has been claimed that various discourses related to competence influence higher education, but there is limited understanding of the discourses underlying competence development. The specific aim of this study was to explore epistemic discourses concerning the development of competence of health professionals with a master's degree in health…
Descriptors: Masters Degrees, Health Sciences, Competence, Interpersonal Competence
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J. Staal; K. Katarya; M. Speelman; R. Brand; J. Alsma; J. Sloane; W. W. Van den Broek; L. Zwaan – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Diagnostic errors are a major, largely preventable, patient safety concern. Error interventions cannot feasibly be implemented for every patient that is seen. To identify cases at high risk of error, clinicians should have a good calibration between their perceived and actual accuracy. This experiment studied the impact of feedback on medical…
Descriptors: Performance, Feedback (Response), Medical Students, Graduate Medical Education
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Gianni R. Lorello; Kathryn Hodwitz; S. Barry Issenberg; Ryan Brydges – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
When uncertain, medical trainees often seek to co-regulate their learning with supervisors and peers. Evidence suggests they may enact self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies differently when engaged in self- versus co-regulated learning (Co-RL). We compared the impacts of SRL and Co-RL on trainees' acquisition, retention, and preparation for…
Descriptors: Self Management, Medical Students, Medical Education, Heart Disorders
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Rikke Amalie Agergaard Jensen; Peter Musaeus; Kamilla Pedersen – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Virtual patients are increasingly used in undergraduate psychiatry education. This article reports on a systematic review aimed at providing an overview of different approaches in this context, describing their effectiveness, and thematically comparing learning outcomes across different undergraduate programs. The authors searched PubMed,…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Study, Psychiatry, Computer Simulation, Counselor Client Relationship
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Wendy Milgate; Jodie Copley; Jessica Hill – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Professional practice placements are an essential component of allied health and nursing programs. Whilst most students pass these placements, a small percentage of students will fail or be at risk of failing. Supporting students undergoing a failing experience is a time critical, time consuming, emotional and resource-heavy task which is often…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Student Placement, Student Attitudes, Academic Failure
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Laura M. Farrell; Cary Cuncic; Shavaun MacDonald; Bruce J. Wright; Kevin W. Eva; Mark A. Goldszmidt – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Inherent in every clinical preceptor's role is the ability to understand the learning needs of individual trainees, enabling them to meet their potential. Competency-based medical education frameworks have been developed to this end, but efforts to identify behaviours and activities that define competence are based on mapping knowledge, skills and…
Descriptors: Fundamental Concepts, Professional Identity, Competency Based Education, Skill Development
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Cassandra Barber; Cees van der Vleuten; Saad Chahine – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
There is an expectation that health professions schools respond to priority societal health needs. This expectation is largely based on the underlying assumption that schools are aware of the priority needs in their communities. This paper demonstrates how open-access, pan-national health data can be used to create a reliable health index to…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Allied Health Occupations Education, Accountability, Public Health
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Csilla Kalocsai; Sacha Agrawal; Lee de Bie; Michaela Beder; Gail Bellissimo; Suze Berkhout; Andrew Johnson; Nancy McNaughton; Terri Rodak; Kim McCullough; Sophie Soklaridis – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Meaningful service user involvement in health professions education requires integrating knowledge held by "lay" people affected by health challenges into professional theories and practices. Involving service users redefines whose knowledge "counts" and implies a shift in power. Such a shift is especially significant in the…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Counselor Training, Allied Health Occupations Education, Lay People
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Julie Massé; Sophie Grignon; Luc Vigneault; Geneviève Olivier-D'Avignon; Marie-Claude Tremblay – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
In 2019-2021, we engaged in a project aimed at developing, implementing, and evaluating an educational intervention actively involving patient-teachers in undergraduate medical education at Université Laval, Quebec, Canada. Patient-teachers were invited to participate in small group discussion workshops during which medical students deliberate on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Education, Patients, Participation
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Ruth Kinston; Simon Gay; R. K. McKinley; Sreya Sam; Sarah Yardley; Janet Lefroy – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
The goal of better medical student preparation for clinical practice drives curricular initiatives worldwide. Learning theory underpins Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) as a means of safe transition to independent practice. Regulators mandate senior assistantships to improve practice readiness. It is important to know whether meaningful…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Assistants, Medical Students, Graduate Medical Education
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Hannah L. Anderson; Layla Abdulla; Dorene F. Balmer; Marjan Govaerts; Jamiu O. Busari – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Intrinsic inequity in assessment refers to sources of harmful discrimination inherent in the design of assessment tools and systems. This study seeks to understand intrinsic inequity in assessment systems by studying assessment policies and associated procedures in residency training, using general pediatrics as a discourse case study. Foucauldian…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Evaluation Methods, Student Evaluation, Pediatrics
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Zahra Zarei Hajiabadi; John Sandars; John Norcini; Roghayeh Gandomkar – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
Structured Self-Regulated Learning (SSRL) diaries have the potential for combining the development and assessment of a student's SRL processes over time. The aim of this study was to evaluate the extent to which an SSRL diary can develop SRL and provide a reliable longitudinal assessment of SRL development in academically low-achieving…
Descriptors: Self Management, Self Actualization, Diaries, Undergraduate Students
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Ilona Södervik; Leena Hanski; Henny P. A. Boshuizen; Nina Katajavuori – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2024
This study investigates pharmacy students' reasoning while solving a case task concerning an acute patient counselling situation in a pharmacy. Participants' (N = 34) reasoning processes were investigated with written tasks utilizing eye-tracking in combination with verbal protocols. The case was presented in three pages, each page being followed…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Pharmaceutical Education, College Students, Clinical Experience
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