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1. Evaluation of performance and perceptions of electronic vs. paper multiple-choice exams. (PubMed)

Evaluation of performance and perceptions of electronic vs. paper multiple-choice exams. In the veterinary professional curriculum, methods of examination in many courses are transitioning from the traditional paper-based exams to electronic-based exams. Therefore, a controlled trial to evaluate the impact of testing methodology on examination performance in a veterinary physiology course was designed and implemented. Formalized surveys and focus group discussions were also used to determine (...) student attitudes toward the examination formats. In total, 134 first-year veterinary students and 11 PhD/MS students were administered a total of 4 exams throughout 1 semester (2 on paper and 2 electronically) using a split-halves design. The paper (P) and electronic (E) exams contained 25 identical multiple-choice questions. Students were randomly assigned to two groups and were given exams in one of two sequences (E-P-E-P or P-E-P-E). Participants consented to and completed two anonymous surveys

2018 Advances in physiology education

2. Experiences and perceptions regarding clinical breast exam screening by trained laywomen in Malawi (PubMed)

Experiences and perceptions regarding clinical breast exam screening by trained laywomen in Malawi Despite the increasing burden, breast cancer control in sub-Saharan Africa is insufficient. Late diagnosis and lack of early detection and screening services contribute to high mortality. Clinical breast exam (CBE) screening can be valuable in low-income countries, including use of community health workers and non-health professionals to conduct exams. We assessed experiences of women who

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2017 Cancer causes & control : CCC

3. Perception Exam

Perception Exam Perception Exam Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Perception Exam Perception Exam Aka: Perception Exam (...) and Egan in Herbert (2014) EM:Rap 14(7): 11-13 Tomb (1992) Psychiatry, 4th Ed, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, p. 6-11 Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Perception Exam." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Ontology: Hallucinations (C0018524) Definition (CHV) a false sensory perception in the absence of an external stimulus

2018 FP Notebook

4. Does exam-targeted training help village doctors pass the certified (assistant) physician exam and improve their practical skills? A cross-sectional analysis of village doctors’ perspectives in Changzhou in Eastern China (PubMed)

-targeted training for rural doctors therefore was launched as a national initiative. This study examined these rural doctors' perceptions of whether that training helps them pass the exam and whether it improves their skills.Three counties were selected from the 4 counties in Changzhou City in eastern China, and 844 village doctors were surveyed by a questionnaire in July 2012. Chi-square test and Fisher exact test were used to identify differences of attitudes about the exam and training between (...) Does exam-targeted training help village doctors pass the certified (assistant) physician exam and improve their practical skills? A cross-sectional analysis of village doctors’ perspectives in Changzhou in Eastern China Quality of health care needs to be improved in rural China. The Chinese government, based on the 1999 Law on Physicians, started implementing the Rural Doctor Practice Regulation in 2004 to increase the percentage of certified physicians among village doctors. Special exam

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2018 BMC medical education

5. Is the Funduscopic Exam Worthwhile For the General Practitioner?

Is the Funduscopic Exam Worthwhile For the General Practitioner? Is the Funduscopic Exam Worthwhile For the General Practitioner? – Clinical Correlations Search Is the Funduscopic Exam Worthwhile For the General Practitioner? May 2, 2014 5 min read By Emily Fisher Peer Reviewed Some have said that physical examination is a dying art and the nondilated funduscopic exam may be one of the best examples of this. With the increasing perception that the use of imaging and labs allows physicians (...) to diagnose diseases with more confidence than a history and physical exam alone [1], the days when an ophthalmoscope was almost as important as the white coat or the stethoscope and was part of a “bag of tools,” are quickly becoming a distant memory [2]. One study found that the nondilated funduscopic examination using the ophthalmoscope to assess retinal vasculature was one of the physical exam skills that medical students, residents, and internists felt the least confident performing [3]. Furthermore

2014 Clinical Correlations

6. Perceptions of Interns and General Medicine Examiners Regarding Cardiovascular Case Presentation in Practical Exams of General Medicine in Final MBBS Summative Examinations (PubMed)

Perceptions of Interns and General Medicine Examiners Regarding Cardiovascular Case Presentation in Practical Exams of General Medicine in Final MBBS Summative Examinations Assessment of cardiovascular cases in practical exit exam is limited to simple history taking and physical examination. Standards of assessment are not uniform. This makes assessment less valid and reliable.To explore the perceptions of Internees and General Medicine Examiners about current practices in Cardio Vascular (...) system (CVS) case presentation in final MBBS exit exams and the necessity to change some of the practices.A set questions pertaining to the preparation for exams, validity, reliability, feasibility and educational impact were prepared to guide in obtaining the perceptions of internees and internal medicine examiners. Focus group discussions were conducted. Data Analysis was done by immersion-crystallization process.Most of the internees admitted to feeling concerned because of difficulty

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2015 Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR

7. The Grass Isn’t Always Greener: Perceptions of and Performance on Open-Note Exams (PubMed)

The Grass Isn’t Always Greener: Perceptions of and Performance on Open-Note Exams Undergraduate biology education is often viewed as being focused on memorization rather than development of students' critical-thinking abilities. We speculated that open-note testing would be an easily implemented change that would emphasize higher-order thinking. As open-note testing is not commonly used in the biological sciences and the literature on its effects in biology education is sparse, we performed (...) courses, or gender. Interestingly, we did observe small differences in open- and closed-note exam performance and perception for students who experienced open-note exams for an entire quarter. This implies that student preparation or in-test behavior can be altered by exposure to open-note testing conditions in a single course and that -increased experience may be necessary to truly understand the impact of this intervention. © 2015 B. K. Sato et al. CBE—Life Sciences Education © 2015 The American

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2015 CBE life sciences education

8. Voluntary peer-led exam preparation course for international first year students: Tutees’ perceptions (PubMed)

Voluntary peer-led exam preparation course for international first year students: Tutees’ perceptions While the number of international students has increased over the last decade, such students face diverse challenges due to language and cultural barriers. International medical students suffer from personal distress and a lack of support. Their performance is significantly lower than non-international peers in clinical examinations. We investigated whether international students benefit from (...) a peer-led exam preparation course.An exam preparation course was designed, and relevant learning objectives were defined. Two evaluations were undertaken: Using a qualitative approach, tutees (N = 10) were asked for their thoughts and comments in a semi-structured interview at the end of the semester. From a quantitative perspective, all participants (N = 22) were asked to complete questionnaires at the end of each course session.International students reported a range of significant benefits from

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2015 BMC medical education

9. Overseas exams - Perception of audience in a conference symposium: A survey (PubMed)

Overseas exams - Perception of audience in a conference symposium: A survey 25969648 2015 05 13 2018 11 13 0971-3026 25 2 2015 Apr-Jun The Indian journal of radiology & imaging Indian J Radiol Imaging Overseas exams - Perception of audience in a conference symposium: A survey. 206-7 10.4103/0971-3026.155883 Therakathu Jacob J Department of Radiodiagnosis, Christian Medical College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India E-mail: jacobther@yahoo.co.in. Keshava Shyamkumar N SN Department of Radiodiagnosis

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2015 The Indian journal of radiology & imaging

10. Impact of Traditional Versus Flavored Tongue Depressors on Pediatric Oropharynx Exam. (PubMed)

Impact of Traditional Versus Flavored Tongue Depressors on Pediatric Oropharynx Exam. We compared patient-reported discomfort associated with oropharynx examination using traditional (unflavored) versus flavored tongue depressors among pediatric patients presenting to the emergency department in a single-blinded, placebo-controlled randomized trial using a convenience sample ages 3 to 12 years. Our primary outcome was patient discomfort. Secondary outcomes included provider perceptions (...) of patient discomfort, provider-reported examination ease, and caregiver perceptions of patient discomfort. Of 96 recruited patients, 92 (95.8%) completed the study. Forty-six (50%) were randomized to a traditional tongue depressor. Mean patient-reported oropharynx examination discomfort scores were 2.3 cm (95% confidence interval = 1.4-3.2 cm) with traditional tongue depressors versus 1.9 cm (95% confidence interval = 1.0-2.8 cm) with flavored tongue depressors ( P = .72). There were similarly

2018 Clinical pediatrics

11. Magnetic Non-Invasive Acupuncture For Infant Comfort A Pilot Study in Preterm Infants Requiring Eye-exam for Retinopathy of Prematurity

-exams beginning at 32 weeks corrected age. We will not enroll any infant who meets any exclusion criteria. Exclusion Criteria: Chronic pain stimuli (e.g. infants who have had recent surgery) Neurological problems that could impair pain perception (e.g. diagnosis of intraventricular hemorrhages Grade III or greater) Cardiorespiratory problems that could impair oxygenation (e.g. any infant who is intubated and requiring mechanical ventilation) Contacts and Locations Go to Information from the National (...) Magnetic Non-Invasive Acupuncture For Infant Comfort A Pilot Study in Preterm Infants Requiring Eye-exam for Retinopathy of Prematurity Magnetic Non-Invasive Acupuncture For Infant Comfort A Pilot Study in Preterm Infants Requiring Eye-exam for Retinopathy of Prematurity - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning

2018 Clinical Trials

12. Improving Patient-Provider Communication and Therapeutic Practice Through Better Integration of Electronic Health Records in the Exam Room: A Pilot Study. (PubMed)

(estimate -1.0, SE 0.3; p < .01). No significant changes were observed in patient asthma outcomes or their perception of their provider's communication skills.Training providers with skills to accommodate EHR use in the exam room increases provider confidence and their perceived skills in maintaining patient-centered communications in the short term.Evidence-supported training initiatives that can increase capacity of busy providers to manage increased computing demands shows promise. More research (...) Improving Patient-Provider Communication and Therapeutic Practice Through Better Integration of Electronic Health Records in the Exam Room: A Pilot Study. The rapid proliferation of electronic health records (EHRs) in clinics has had mixed impact on patient-centered communication, yet few evaluated interventions exist to train practicing providers in communication practices.We extended the evidence-based Physician Asthma Care Education (PACE) program with EHR-specific communication strategies

2018 Health Education & Behavior

13. Teaching and learning the mental state exam in an integrated medical school. Part I: Student perceptions (PubMed)

Teaching and learning the mental state exam in an integrated medical school. Part I: Student perceptions Aims and method To investigate medical students' performance at and perceptions of the mental state examination (MSE) at a medical school with a modern integrated curriculum. We undertook an evaluative case study comprising a survey and analysis of performance data. The study is presented in two parts: part 1 discusses the students' perceptions of the MSE and the teaching, learning (...) and practising of it. Results Most students in the study group considered the MSE an important examination in medicine. Other perceptions grouped in themes are presented. Unsurprisingly, most students found psychiatric attachments the most useful part of the course for learning about the MSE. About a half of students had witnessed an MSE being undertaken in clinical practice. Clinical implications Although students appear to recognise the importance of this examination in medicine, the teaching and learning

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2014 The Psychiatric Bulletin

14. CAEP GeMES | Residents’ Perception of Direct Observation in a Clinical Setting

CAEP GeMES | Residents’ Perception of Direct Observation in a Clinical Setting CAEP GeMES | Residents' Perception of Direct Observation in a Clinical Setting - CanadiEM CAEP GeMES | Residents’ Perception of Direct Observation in a Clinical Setting In by Allison McConnell November 10, 2017 Audrey is a 2nd year EM resident who is on her 3rd shift with Dr. Stewart, an EM staff physician. In the middle of the shift, Dr. Stewart tells Audrey that he would like to observe her as she assesses her next (...) patient. Audrey is concerned that his decision to observe her is due to mistakes made in her previous assessment where she did not consider PE as an alternative diagnosis. As a result, Audrey lengthens her standard history and exam, taking 20 minutes to conduct a more thorough assessment. Direct observation of a resident by a staff physician can lead to useful feedback for the resident, but can also be a source of anxiety. This “Great Evidence in Medical education Summary” (GEMeS – pronounced “gems

2017 CandiEM

15. Visual Exemplification and Skin Cancer: The Utility of Exemplars in Promoting Skin Self-Exams and Atypical Nevi Identification. (PubMed)

Visual Exemplification and Skin Cancer: The Utility of Exemplars in Promoting Skin Self-Exams and Atypical Nevi Identification. The present article reports an experiment investigating untested propositions of exemplification theory in the context of messages promoting early melanoma detection. The study tested visual exemplar presentation types, incorporating visual persuasion principles into the study of exemplification theory and strategic message design. Compared to a control condition (...) , representative visual exemplification was more effective at increasing message effectiveness by eliciting a surprise response, which is consistent with predictions of exemplification theory. Furthermore, participant perception of congruency between the images and text interacted with the type of visual exemplification to explain variation in message effectiveness. Different messaging strategies influenced decision making as well, with the presentation of visual exemplars resulting in people judging

2017 Journal of health communication

16. Do Traditional or Flavored Tongue Depressors Make for Easier Posterior Oropharynx Exams in Pediatric Patients

will also be recorded. A single question survey will also be provided to the parent/caregiver as to their perception of the discomfort of their child during the posterior oropharynx exam using a visual analog scale. Additionally, a single question survey will be posed to the subject asking for their discomfort level during the exam using the Oucher pediatric pain scale. Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 96 participants (...) Do Traditional or Flavored Tongue Depressors Make for Easier Posterior Oropharynx Exams in Pediatric Patients Do Traditional or Flavored Tongue Depressors Make for Easier Posterior Oropharynx Exams in Pediatric Patients - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies

2017 Clinical Trials

17. Increasing Physical Exam Teaching on Family-Centered Rounds Utilizing a Web-Based Tool (PubMed)

Increasing Physical Exam Teaching on Family-Centered Rounds Utilizing a Web-Based Tool Millennial trainees prefer innovative, multimodal education on topics including the physical exam (PE). Attendings inconsistently meet these needs on family-centered rounds. To enhance PE teaching, a Web site (PEToolkit) was created, but its use was infrequent. We aimed to increase PEToolkit use from 2 to 5 page counts per week in 7 months.This quality improvement project took place at a large academic center (...) in 1 Hospital Medicine team. Key drivers informed interventions, and an annotated run chart tracked progress. We tracked secondary measures, including changes in perception of teaching skill among attendings and resident-observed methods of PE teaching, through survey methodology.Median page counts increased to 5 counts per week in 7 months. The most impactful interventions included training senior residents to teach with the PEToolkit Web site and team feedback on Web site usage midweek. Survey

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2017 Pediatric Quality & Safety

18. Evaluation of a course to prepare international students for the United States Medical Licensing Examination step 2 clinical skills exam (PubMed)

Evaluation of a course to prepare international students for the United States Medical Licensing Examination step 2 clinical skills exam United States (US) and Canadian citizens attending medical school abroad often desire to return to the US for residency, and therefore must pass US licensing exams. We describe a 2-day United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) step 2 clinical skills (CS) preparation course for students in the Technion American Medical School program (Haifa, Israel (...) ) between 2012 and 2016.Students completed pre- and post-course questionnaires. The paired t-test was used to measure students' perceptions of knowledge, preparation, confidence, and competence in CS pre- and post-course. To test for differences by gender or country of birth, analysis of variance was used. We compared USMLE step 2 CS pass rates between the 5 years prior to the course and the 5 years during which the course was offered.Ninety students took the course between 2012 and 2016. Course

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2017 Journal of educational evaluation for health professions

19. The Association of Health Literacy with Breast Cancer Knowledge, Perception and Screening Behavior (PubMed)

The Association of Health Literacy with Breast Cancer Knowledge, Perception and Screening Behavior The incidence of breast cancer among Iranian women is increasing, and 70% of patients are diagnosed at advanced stages. The current study aimed at evaluating the association of health literacy (HL) with breast cancer knowledge, perception, and screening behavior in women.The current cross- sectional, descriptive study was conducted on 250 women who referred to health centers in Zahedan, Iran. Data (...) collection instrument included a demographic information form, Iranian Health Literacy Questionnaire (IHLQ), and Champion's health belief model scale.The majority of participants (89.6%) had limited HL. Participants with limited HL had less breast cancer knowledge, and less perceived severity than who had higher HL score. Participants with higher HL score had done breast self-exam (BSE) more than the others. There was no significant relationship between HL and clinical breast examination (CBE

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2018 European journal of breast health

20. It’s time to stop mandating board exams for family physicians

activities such as hobbies and family life. Boards are one more obstacle toward achieving that balance. Some specialties (anesthesia) no longer require board exams. As I briefly mentioned above, the field of anesthesiology has and no longer requires that physicians sit for a test. FM and other primary care specialties are already losing bright minds to fields such as anesthesia due to the perception that these areas offer a more lucrative lifestyle. Med school grads may lean toward a specialty (...) It’s time to stop mandating board exams for family physicians It’s time to stop mandating board exams for family physicians It’s time to stop mandating board exams for family physicians | | December 20, 2016 69 Shares I am a family physician who has been in practice since 2007. My practice is broad in scope; immediately out of residency I worked in a community health center where I practiced obstetrics, newborn care, and inpatient medicine and pediatrics, along with my outpatient obligations

2016 KevinMD blog

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