Source of learning basic clinical skills by medical interns Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Z Meshkani, S Dabiran

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Background: Effective clinical teaching is a major objective in general practitioner’s education at medical schools.
Purpose: To identify the sources of clinical skills learning that medical student experience Methods: In this cross sectional study, interns of Tehran medical university who spent at least 12 months of their
internship answered a questionnaire on the sources of clinical skills training. Chi2 test was used to examine the association of source of learning and students,’ specification such as sex, score of pre –internship exam, and marital status.
Results: All 250 interns who were eligible participated. Over all 46.60% interns learned their clinical skills from residents or clinical teachers, 29.61% observed others performing the procedures, 16.25 learned the skills from hospital staff or nurses, 7.54% practiced their knowledge when confronted to an emergency situation Conclusion: Our results warrant a more attentive approach to clinical skills (specially procedural skills) training
Key words: LEARNING RESOURCES

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LEARNING RESOURCES

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22037/jme.v5i2.801

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