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Student Perceptions on the Role of Instructional Technology in Medical Education
This study focuses on determining student perceptions on the role of teaching technologies in undergraduate medical education.
Can grounded theory provide a framework for clinical reasoning?
This paper explains how grounded theory may more closely resembles clinical reasoning than the rigid seemingly objective hypothetico-deductive methodology of experimental research.
Emergency Medicine in Global Health Education
This study focuses on the implementation and evaluation of a first year Emergency Medicine curriculum at a Middle Eastern Medical School Campus.
Using test scores to optimize neurology e-learning
This study focused on using test and satisfaction scores to compare formats of the same e-learning activity with different degrees of interactivity to determine which was more effective and preferred by students.
Use of Card Games as Learning Aids for Veterinary Medical Imaging: A Preliminary Evaluation
The study looks at learning aids for veterinary students with the use of educational card games.