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Attrill, S. L.; McAllister, S.; Brebner, C. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
The work-readiness skills and attributes that facilitate healthcare graduates to succeed in their new workplaces are not well defined. In particular, the perspectives of supervisors of graduates in the diverse hospital and community settings of healthcare practice are not well represented in research about work-readiness. Interview data from a…
Descriptors: Speech Language Pathology, Allied Health Personnel, College Graduates, Career Readiness
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Shaw, Sebastian C. K.; Hennessy, Laura R.; Anderson, John L. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Dyslexia is a Specific Learning Difficulty that impacts on reading and writing abilities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, medical schools have been forced to undertake distance learning and assessment. The wider literature suggested that e-learning might pose additional challenges for dyslexic students. Here we explore their overall experiences of…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Medical Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Balmer, Dorene F.; Richards, Boyd F. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
This paper explores the use of theory in longitudinal qualitative research, an approach to research which explores lived experiences as they unfold. The authors illustrate how the complexity of conducting qualitative research through time drives an understanding and use of theory that differs from other research approaches. Longitudinal…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Longitudinal Studies, Theories, Models
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MacNeil, Kimberley A.; Regehr, Glenn; Holmes, Cheryl L. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
The hidden curriculum has been investigated as a powerful force on medical student learning and ongoing physician professional development. Previous studies have largely focused on medical students' experiences as 'receivers' of the hidden curriculum. This study examined how residents and newly graduated physicians conceived of their roles as…
Descriptors: Hidden Curriculum, Medical Education, Medical Students, Physicians
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Ramklass, Serela S.; Vithal, Renuka – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Interactions between faculty and students in higher education has the potential to influence and shape many aspects of teaching, learning, curricula, student experiences and performance, yet has received little attention as an area of study. This study investigates student-faculty interactions within a physiotherapy curriculum from the…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Interaction, Physical Therapy, Foreign Countries
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Bearman, Margaret; Dracup, Mary; Garth, Belinda; Johnson, Caroline; Wearne, Elisabeth – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
The nature of healthcare means doctors must continually calibrate the quality of their work within constantly changing standards of practice. As trainees move into working as fully qualified professionals, they can struggle to know how well they are practising in the absence of formal oversight. They therefore need to build their evaluative…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Students, Primary Health Care, Evaluative Thinking
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Jung, Yeonji; Wise, Alyssa Friend; Allen, Kenneth L. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
This study describes a theory-informed application of data science methods to analyze the quality of reflections made in a health professions education program over time. One thousand five hundred reflections written by a cohort of 369 dental students over 4 years of academic study were evaluated for an overall measure of reflection depth (No,…
Descriptors: Dentistry, Graduate Students, Reflection, Artificial Intelligence
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Bourne, Elizabeth; Short, Kate; Kenny, Belinda; McAllister, Lindy – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Supervising students in healthcare settings is complex and can be stressful for clinical educators. However, it is unclear how to design student placements without clinical educator stress. Using complexity theory as a lens, fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA) was used to explore factors associated with no increased stress for…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Supervision, Speech Language Pathology, Allied Health Personnel
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Toriello, Helga V.; Van de Ridder, J. M. Monica; Brewer, Patricia; Mavis, Brian; Allen, Renoulte; Arvidson, Cindy; Kovar-Gough, Iris; Novak, Elizabeth; O'Donnell, John; Osuch, Janet; Ulrich, Brian – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Purpose: To perform a scoping review to determine what is known about emotional intelligence (EI) in undergraduate medical education (UME). Two main questions were asked: (1) What medical student characteristics are associated with EI? Are there correlations with demographic or other factors?; and (2) What research studies have been done on EI in…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Premedical Students, Literature Reviews, Medical Education
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Davies, D. J.; McLean, P. F.; Kemp, P. R.; Liddle, A. D.; Morrell, M. J.; Halse, O.; Martin, N. M.; Sam, A. H. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Open-book examinations (OBEs) will likely become increasingly important assessment tools. We investigated how access to open-book resources affected questions testing factual recall, which might be easy to look-up, versus questions testing higher-order cognitive domains. Few studies have investigated OBEs using modern Internet resources or as…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Tests, Internet, Access to Information
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Roberts, Amanda; Jellicoe, Mark; Fox, Kathryn – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Feedback uptake relies on interactions between learners and educators Winstone (Educ Psychol 52: 17-37, 2017). Feedback that coaches using a feedforward approach, is considered to be more personal and emotionally literate Bussey (Bull R Coll Surg Engl 99: 180-182, 2017), Hattie (Rev Educ Res 77: 81-112, 2007). Many modes of feedback are employed…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Written Language, Feedback (Response), Undergraduate Students
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Thomas, Aliki; Chin-Yee, Benjamin; Mercuri, Mathew – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Evidence based medicine (EBM) has been synonymous to delivery of quality care for almost thirty years. Since the movement's inception, the assumption has been that decisions based on high quality evidence would translate to better care for patients. Despite EBM's many attractive features and the substantive attention it has received in the…
Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness, Evidence Based Practice, Medical Education, Teaching Methods
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Kuhn, Josepha; van den Berg, Pieter; Mamede, Silvia; Zwaan, Laura; Bindels, Patrick; van Gog, Tamara – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
When physicians do not estimate their diagnostic accuracy correctly, i.e. show inaccurate "diagnostic calibration," diagnostic errors or overtesting can occur. A previous study showed that physicians' diagnostic calibration for easy cases improved, after they received feedback on their previous diagnoses. We investigated whether…
Descriptors: Graduate Medical Education, Graduate Students, Medical Students, Clinical Diagnosis
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Harrison, Helen F.; Kinsella, Elizabeth Anne; DeLuca, Sandra; Loftus, Stephen – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
This paper reports on a study of student peer mentorship in the context of nursing education in a higher education program in Canada. The study used an embodied hermeneutic phenomenological methodology to investigate student peer mentors' perceptions of teaching during peer mentorship. The data were collected over one calendar year (2019) and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Peer Teaching, Mentors, Nursing Education
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Long, Stephanie; Rodriguez, Charo; St-Onge, Christina; Tellier, Pierre-Paul; Torabi, Nazi; Young, Meredith – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2022
Assessment is more educationally effective when learners engage with assessment processes and perceive the feedback received as credible. With the goal of optimizing the educational value of assessment in medical education, we mapped the primary literature to identify factors that may affect a learner's perceptions of the credibility of assessment…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Feedback (Response), Medical Students, Student Evaluation
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