The purpose of this pilot study was to examine our hypothesis that enriching workplace emotional intelligence through resident coaches could improve third-year medical students' adaptability and proactivity on the Obstetrics and Gynecology clerkship. Methods: Similar, but less robust, results were observed with Japanese calligraphy (11.5% vs. 3.1%, χ2(df=1, n=147)=11.3, p=0.001), abacus use (4.1% vs. 0.4%, χ2(df=1, n=147) = 7.4, p=0.007), and swimming (33.3% vs. 22.0%, χ2(df=1, n=147) = 6.1, p = 0.013). The goal of this study was to determine differences in moral judgment among students in medical school. Perspectives on Medical Education is a non-profit Open Access journal with no charges for authors to … Depression and suicidal ideation were strongly correlated (r = 0.42, p < 0.001). Key informant interviews demonstrated an appreciation of health advocacy and its importance in the medical curriculum but a deficit in explicit and practical 'hands-on' teaching. Data was analyzed primarily using One-Way Analysis of Variance. A purposeful convenience sampling technique was used to select participants from 25 medical schools in 5 sub-Saharan African countries. However, there are limited reports on the use of an anytime, anyplace communication platform in clinical inpatient medical education. Study limitations include the nature of self-reported responses which cannot be validated and data drawn from a survey concluded in 2009. Study abroad experiences are often critical turning points that enhance nursing students' identity formation in the context of multiple and overlapping communities of practice. All first and fourth year medical students were invited to complete an online survey utilizing a survey instrument developed through literature review. The correlations were estimated using the Pearson correlation coefficient. .blog-header h2 a {} 1424 89 10.80. Each group performed the same protocol on three different days. Objectives: #wsite-title {} I will illustrate how insights from educational research about feedback in non-medical education contexts can be useful to medical educators. #wsite-content h2.wsite-product-title {} Students and medical graduates demonstrated sound recognition of the term health advocacy. Methods: Conclusions: Almost a quarter of male medical students and nearly half of female students experience IS and IS was found to be significantly associated with burnout indices. Implementation of problem-based learning in Asian medical schools and students' perceptions of their experience. 2003; 37: 401-409. Fifty-nine percent of students responded with N=112 (59% female) completing at least one instrument. Notes were evaluated for completeness using a checklist developed with reference to relevant medical textbooks. Our findings suggest that differences in specific cultural dimensions between Qatar and Canada have implications on the feedback process in experiential training which may be addressed through simple measures to accommodate communication preferences. Methods: The program was evaluated on knowledge, attitude, self-efficacy, intended behavior, and user satisfaction. Participants consisted of 4,180 medical, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, and other allied health professions students. Conclusions: var STATIC_BASE = '//'; The item on career choice motivation enquired about the respondents' main reason for applying for medical school among 8 possible response options, which comprised two components of career choice motivation: intrinsic and extrinsic. Conclusions: While 45% of the schools surveyed are teaching on at least one of the six domains of the Institute of Medicine’s definition of quality of care, there are some schools who report not teaching about quality at all, or that they “do not know”. We conducted a cross-sectional study in a sample (n=207) of medical students at a private medical school in Korea, stratified by year of medical course. Participants were also queried about their current interest in a career in academics and the likelihood they would pursue academic medicine. .wsite-headline,.wsite-header-section .wsite-content-title {} .wsite-headline-paragraph,.wsite-header-section .paragraph {} High levels of burnout were reported at this medical school. Results: .wsite-header { Objective: {"navigation\/item":"
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