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Remember to breathe: teaching respiratory physiology in a clinical context using simulation.
Evidence shows that biomedical knowledge is more effectively taught within the medical curriculum by teaching in context, to facilitate learning transfer. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the effect of ...
Self-management of a musculoskeletal condition for people from harder to reach groups: a qualitative patient interview study.
Background: This study recorded the functional health literacy levels of people with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions from harder to reach groups and explored their experiences in engaging with health care professionals ...
Learning and teaching clinical communication in the clinical workplace.
BACKGROUND: Clinical communication teaching and learning has become increasingly separate from the clinical workplace over the last 20 years in the UK, and in many medical schools is front-loaded to the early years of the ...
Treatment of megarectum in anorectal malformation with emphasis on preventive aspects: 17 years experience.
PURPOSE: Megarectum in anorectal malformation (ARM) causes severe morbidity. To compare conservative management (CM) of megarectum with excision (EX), to propose a new classification and to analyse management strategies. ...
Undertaking a high stakes virtual OSCE ("VOSCE") during Covid-19.
(BioMed Central, 2021-04-20)
BACKGROUND: The Covid pandemic and associated lockdown forced medical schools globally not only to deliver emergency remote teaching, but to consider alternative methods of high stakes assessment. Here we outline our ...
Resisting the "righting reflex" in conversations about covid vaccine hesitancy.
Heath beliefs of UK South Asians related to lifestyle diseases: a review of qualitative literature.
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2013)
OBJECTIVE: To review available qualitative evidence in the literature for health beliefs and perceptions specific to UK South Asian adults. Exploring available insight into the social and cultural constructs underlying ...
Transferring clinical communication skills from the classroom to the clinical environment: perceptions of a group of medical students in the United kingdom.
PURPOSE: To better understand the transfer of classroom-learned clinical communication skills (CCS) to the clinical environment of the hospital ward, where they are practiced and refined by students. METHOD: The author ...