Category : Abstract

ABSTRACT: The use of web-based learning for simulation-based education and training of central venous catheterization in novice learners

Abstract Both simulation-based education and training (SBET) and Web-based Learning (WBL) are increasingly used in medical education. We developed a Web-based learning course on "Observational Practice and Educational Networking" (OPEN), to augment SBET for central venous catheterization (CVC), a complex clinical skill, for novice learners. This pilot study aimed to firstly,

ABSTRACT: Web-based learning and computer supported collaborative learning for psychomotor skill acquisition: perspectives of medical undergraduate students.

Abstract There is a lack of evidence for the use of Web-based Learning (WBL) and Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) for acquiring psychomotor skills in medical education. In this study, we surveyed medical undergraduate students attending a simulation based training session for central line insertion on their perspectives and utilization of

ABSTRACT: Perceptions of the roles of social networking in simulation augmented medical education and training.

Abstract: Simulation-augmented education and training SAET is an expensive educational tool that may be facilitated through social networking technologies or Computer Supported Collaborative Learning CSCL. This study examined the perceptions of medical undergraduates participating in SAET for knot tying skills to identify perceptions and barriers to implementation of social networking

ABSTRACT: How we use social media to supplement a novel curriculum in medical education.

Abstract BACKGROUND: The millennial learner is reliant on technology to gain knowledge. Social media in the form of Twitter and Facebook provide a unique way to reach these learners. AIMS: To demonstrate a supplement to a curriculum using "push technology" via Twitter and Facebook to deliver educational content to mobile devices. METHODS: A curriculum consisting of

ABSTRACT: MEDLINE clinical queries are robust when searching in recent publishing years — Wilczynski et al. 20 (2): 363 — Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

Abstract Objective To determine if the PubMed and Ovid MEDLINE clinical queries (which were developed in the publishing year 2000, for the purpose categories therapy, diagnosis, prognosis, etiology, and clinical prediction guides) perform as well when searching in current publishing years. Methods A gold standard database of recently published research literature was

MANUSCRIPT: Presentation of clinical laboratory results: an experimental comparison of four visualization techniques

Abstract Objective To evaluate how clinical chemistry test results were assessed by volunteers when presented with four different visualization techniques. Materials and methods A total of 20 medical students reviewed quantitative test results from 4 patients using 4 different visualization techniques in a balanced, crossover experiment. The laboratory data represented relevant patient categories, including

ABSTRACT: Factors influencing use of an e-health website in a community sample of older adults — Czaja et al. 20 (2): 277 — Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

Abstract Objective The use of the internet as a source of health information and link to healthcare services has raised concerns about the ability of consumers, especially vulnerable populations such as older adults, to access these applications. This study examined the influence of training on the ability of adults (aged 45+

ABSTRACT: Challenges to nurses’ efforts of retrieving, documenting, and communicating patient care information — Keenan et al. 20 (2): 245 — Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

Abstract Objective To examine information flow, a vital component of a patient's care and outcomes, in a sample of multiple hospital nursing units to uncover potential sources of error and opportunities for systematic improvement. Design This was a qualitative study of a sample of eight medical–surgical nursing units from four diverse hospitals

ABSTRACT: Don’t forget the learner: an essential aspect for developing effective hypermedia online learning in continuing medical education.

Abstract There is increasing use of hypermedia online learning in continuing medical education (CME) that presents the learner with a wide range of different learning resources, requiring the learner to use self-regulated learning (SRL) skills. This study is the first to apply an SRL perspective to understand how learners engage with

ABSTRACT: Does the order of presentation and number of online resources affect the frequency of access by learners?

Abstract INTRODUCTION: Provision of web-based resources is a valuable addition to face-to-face teaching in a blended learning environment. AIM: To understand how both order of presentation and number of online resources impacts on the frequency of access by learners in postgraduate vocational training in general practice. METHODS: Information was collected on how many times individual online