|Title:||Efficient undergraduate learning of liver transplant: building a framework for teaching subspecialties to medical students||Authors:||CHENG-MAW HO
|Keywords:||Efficiency; Liver transplant; Medical education; Undergraduate||Issue Date:||4-Jul-2018||Publisher:||BMC||Journal Volume:||18||Journal Issue:||1||Source:||BMC medical education||Abstract:||
Liver recipients may develop various diseases after transplant. However, because of inadequate study of liver transplant during undergraduate education, the quality of post-transplant care provided to these patients remains suboptimal. Herein, we introduce an innovative and integrated multimodal pedagogical approach to effectively disseminate key information regarding liver transplant to undergraduate students. The goal is to examine this approach through students' assessment in multiple dimensions.
constructive feedback; education; female; health care quality; human; learning; liver transplantation; male; medical education; medical student; problem based learning; prospective study; questionnaire; teaching; Education, Medical, Undergraduate; Female; Formative Feedback; Humans; Learning; Liver Transplantation; Male; Problem-Based Learning; Prospective Studies; Quality of Health Care; Students, Medical; Surveys and Questionnaires; Teaching
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