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The Effects of Audience Response Systems on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education: a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review
The Effects of Audience Response Systems on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education: a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Systematic ReviewDownload
This review demonstrates that audience response systems have a positive impact on knowledge based learning outcomes with the most significant impact being observed when compared to non-interactive teaching methods. Learner reaction to the ARS was nearly all positive. A formal meta-analysis is...
The Effects of Audience Response Systems on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education:Download
This poster describes a systematic review of the literature related to the effects of audience response sytems on learning outcomes in health professions education.
The objective of this study is to develop an evidence informed and expert assisted 4 year PS and QI curriculum for medical students at University of Alberta.
Teaching Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills: A Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review of Techniques and Their Efficacy
Teaching Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills: A Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) Systematic Review of Techniques and Their EfficacyDownload
This review provides supportive evidence for the use of several instructional methods to teach MSK skills with most studies supporting patient educator, interactive small group teaching and computer assisted learning. As class sizes grow, interest in the use of alternate instructional methods is...
The Effectiveness of Team Based Learning on Learning Outcomes in Health Professions Education: A Best Evidence for Medical Education (BEME) Systematic ReviewDownload
The aim of this systematic review was to asess the effectiveness of team based learning on improving learning outcomes in health professions education in order to provide curriculum planners with more direction in their decision-making with regard to TBL implementation.
We aimed to conduct a literature review to identify the online learning preferences of clerkship students to inform curriculum development for Pedscases, (www.pedscases.com) a student-driven interactive peer-reviewed website developed by medical students and faculty at the University of Alberta...
The poorer health status of First Nations, Inuit, Métis (FN/I/M) people in Canada is unacceptable and requires urgent attention. One potential means of improving FN/I/M health is to focus on improving training of medical students to enhance cultural safety. Experiential, community based...
Using a Professional Continuing Medical Education Simulation to Engage Undergraduate Medical Students in Information LiteracyDownload
Objective: 1. To engage students by delivering an Evidence Based Medicine assignment in a system that simulates a professional medical continuing education system that many participants will use in residency and practice. 2. To convert a paper-based “searching for and evaluating evidence”...