publication . Article . 2017

EFFECTIVENESS OF ACTIVE TEACHING METHODS FOR THE RESIDENTS OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Mohan Raj Manjalavil; Reeba Mary Mani; Shehadad Kammili; Sreejith Kalathummarthu; Hemalta Viswan; Sooraj Rajagopal; Shervin Sheriff; Sreedevi Menon Parappil;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2017 Journal: Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare, volume 4, pages 1,209-1,212 (issn: 2349-2562, eissn: 2349-2570, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Level Up Business Center
Abstract
BACKGROUND Lecture is the most common teaching aid not only for medical undergraduates, but also specialty residents. There are many disadvantages for this type of teaching. Active teaching methods include didactic lectures followed by interactive sessions, problem-based teaching and hands on demonstration apart from the traditional didactic lecture. The aim of this project was to compare the effectiveness of active teaching method over the didactic lecture to the first year residents of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. MATERIALS AND METHODS Settings- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department among first year residents. Study Design- Educational inter...
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Medical Subject Headings: education
free text keywords: Active Teaching Method, Didactic Lecture, Residents, Rehabilitation Medicine., Medicine, business.industry, business, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, medicine.medical_specialty, Teaching method, lcsh:General works, lcsh:R5-130.5
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