June 2019

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Medical Students and QI Teaching Students How to Improve Safety and Quality in Two Children’ Hospitals: Building a Pediatric Clerkship Patient Safety and Quality Experience. Genuardi, Frank J. et al. Academic Pediatrics, 2019. In press.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2019.04.008   Reviewed by Patricia … Continued

May 2019

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Student perspectives on feedback The Art (and Artifice) of Seeking Feedback:  Clerkship Students’ Approaches to Asking for Feedback.  Bing-You R, Hayes V, Palka T, Ford M, Trowbridge R. Academic Medicine. 2018;93;1218–1226.  https://dx.doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000002256 Reviewed by Srividya Naganathan     What was … Continued

March 2019

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How do we teach physical examination skills? Approaches to Teaching the Physical Exam to Preclerkship Medical Students: Results of a National Survey   Uchida T, ParkYS, Ovitsh RK, Hojsak J, Gowda D, Farnan JM, Boyle M, Blood AD, Achike FI, and … Continued

February 2019

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Going mobile A library mobile deployment to enhance the medical student experience in a rural longitudinal integrated clerkship. Johnson EM, Howard C. J Med Lib Assoc 2019; 107(1) https://doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2019.442 Reviewed by: Gary Beck Dallaghan      What was the study … Continued

January 2019

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Ready, Willing and Disabled “Being on Both Sides”: Canadian Medical Students’ Experiences With Disability, the Hidden Curriculum, and Professional Identity Construction. Stergiopoulos E, Fernando O & Martimianakis MA. Academic Medicine (2018); 93(10): 1550-9. https://dx.doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000002300 Reviewed by Angela Punnett     … Continued

Virtual Patient Cases: Do students like ‘em? Do they do them? Impact of Required Versus Self-Directed Use of Virtual Patient Cases on Clerkship Performance: A Mixed-Methods Study? Kim S, Willett LR, Pan W, Afran J, Walker JA, Shea JA. Academic Medicine. 93 (5): 742-749.

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https://journals.lww.com/academicmedicine/Abstract/2018/05000/Impact_of_Required_Versus_Self _Directed_Use_of.38.aspx Reviewed by Miriam Schechter What was the study question? Is there a difference in perceived value or educational benefit of virtual patient cases between groups of clerkship students who are assigned online cases and those allowed to choose … Continued

To Flip or Not to Flip—That is The Question Academic outcomes of flipped classroom learning: a meta-analysis. Chen, K. S., Monrouxe, L., Lu, Y. H., Jenq, C. C., Chang, Y. J., Chang, Y. C., & Chai, P. Y. Medical Education 2018. ePub ahead of print.

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https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/medu.13616 Reviewed by Aleisha Nabower What were the study questions? Is the flipped classroom learning approach associated with students’ enhanced knowledge and behavior more than the lecture-based learning approach in higher education? Does this differ by context? How was the … Continued

Feeling a Little Self-Conscious? Who Am I, and Who Do I Strive to Be? Applying a Theory of Self-Conscious Emotions to Medical Education. Bynum WE, Artino AR. Academic Medicine. 93(6):874–880.

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https://dx.doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000001970 Reviewed by Fatima Aly What was the study question? What is self-conscious emotion and what impact does it have on medical learners, especially in regards to professional identity formation, motivation and perfectionism? How was the study done? The authors … Continued

But…what really influences a learner to attempt a skill on patient? Not just trust: factors influencing learners’ attempts to perform technical skills on real patients Susan L Bannister, Mark S Dolson, Lorelei Lingard & David A Keegan. Medical Education 2018: 52: 605–619.

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https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/medu.13522 Reviewed by Kari Phang, MD and Patricia McBurney, MD What was the study question? What factors and dynamics are involved when residents/fellows attempt technical procedures on real patients in the pediatric emergency department? How was the study done? A … Continued