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Advances in Health Sciences Education

March 2013 Volume 18, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Investigating the Efficacy of Practical Skill Teaching: A Pilot-Study Comparing Three Educational Methods

    Stephen Maloney, Michael Storr, Sophie Paynter, Prue Morgan & Dragan Ilic

    Effective education of practical skills can alter clinician behaviour, positively influence patient outcomes, and reduce the risk of patient harm. This study compares the efficacy of two innovative... More

    pp. 71-80

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  2. The Effect of Student Self-Video of Performance on Clinical Skill Competency: A Randomised Controlled Trial

    Stephen Maloney, Michael Storr, Prue Morgan & Dragan Ilic

    Emerging technologies and student information technology literacy are enabling new methods of teaching and learning for clinical skill performance. Facilitating experiential practice and reflection... More

    pp. 81-89

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  3. Students' Experiences of Learning Manual Clinical Skills through Simulation

    Eva Johannesson, Charlotte Silen, Joanna Kvist & Hakan Hult

    Learning manual skills is a fundamental part of health care education, and motor, sensory and cognitive learning processes are essential aspects of professional development. Simulator training has ... More

    pp. 99-114

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