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Teaching Real-World Evidence: Protocol for a Systematic Review

Teaching Real-World Evidence: Protocol for a Systematic Review

it is important to educate stakeholders such as researchers, clinicians, and policy makers in RWE in an appropriate way.EBM has long been taught to medical professionals, including clinicians and nurses [10-12], and due to its importance in clinical care, teaching

Ching Lam, Michelle Helena van Velthoven, Hassan Chaudhury, Edward Meinert

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(1):e16941

Effectiveness of Virtual Medical Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis: Systematic Review

Effectiveness of Virtual Medical Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis: Systematic Review

of surgical skills for final year medical students (n=30)40% of students highly recommended virtual teaching (score of 8-9/10)50% of students slightly recommended virtual teaching (score of 6-7/10)Affordable manner of teaching surgical skillsRecorded sessions

Robyn-Jenia Wilcha

JMIR Med Educ 2020;6(2):e20963

Use of Simulator-Based Teaching to Improve Medical Students’ Knowledge and Competencies: Randomized Controlled Trial

Use of Simulator-Based Teaching to Improve Medical Students’ Knowledge and Competencies: Randomized Controlled Trial

One study comparing a simulation approach for the teaching of perioperative ultrasound to anesthesiology residents [9], for example, indicated that it might be a more effective approach than didactic teaching.

Quentin Fischer, Yannis Sbissa, Pascal Nhan, Julien Adjedj, Fabien Picard, Alexandre Mignon, Olivier Varenne

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(9):e261

What Can Be Achieved With Motivation-Based Teaching of Medical Students? A Monocentric Retrospective Audit of Retention Among Highly Motivated Graduates Who Underwent the Learning-by-Doing Concept in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine

What Can Be Achieved With Motivation-Based Teaching of Medical Students? A Monocentric Retrospective Audit of Retention Among Highly Motivated Graduates Who Underwent the Learning-by-Doing Concept in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine

IntroductionChanges in Medical EducationMedical education, in general, is undergoing a significant shift from traditional methods (eg, example, textbooks, lectures, bedside teaching) to a more comprehensive approach using new teaching methods such as problem-based

Martina Klincova, Hana Harazim, Daniel Schwarz, Martina Kosinova, Olga Smekalova, Petr Stourac

JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(2):e10155

“Call a Teenager… That’s What I Do!” - Grandchildren Help Older Adults Use New Technologies: Qualitative Study

“Call a Teenager… That’s What I Do!” - Grandchildren Help Older Adults Use New Technologies: Qualitative Study

providers and health systems should consider family support engagement as potential strategies to foster adoption and use of health technology among older patients.Results from the focus groups also indicate that family members encounter some challenges in teaching

Jennifer Dickman Portz, Christine Fruhauf, Sheana Bull, Rebecca S Boxer, David B Bekelman, Alejandra Casillas, Kathy Gleason, Elizabeth A Bayliss

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e13713

Perceived Stress Among Resident Doctors in Jordanian Teaching Hospitals: Cross-Sectional Study

Perceived Stress Among Resident Doctors in Jordanian Teaching Hospitals: Cross-Sectional Study

All residents who were enrolled in different sectors, including public, private, and teaching programs, were eligible to be included in the study.

Nizar Maswadi, Yousef S Khader, Ahmad Abu Slaih

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2019;5(4):e14238

Why Medical Students Choose to Use or Not to Use a Web-Based Electrocardiogram Learning Resource: Mixed Methods Study

Why Medical Students Choose to Use or Not to Use a Web-Based Electrocardiogram Learning Resource: Mixed Methods Study

IntroductionBackgroundWeb-based learning has been shown to be effective when implemented as a primary mode of teaching or as a complementary resource in a blended learning setting [1,2].

Mikael Nilsson, Uno Fors, Jan Östergren, Gunilla Bolinder, Samuel Edelbring

JMIR Med Educ 2019;5(2):e12791