Brug af online materiale i undervisningen i almen medicin

Forfattere

Nøgleord:

Medicinstuderende, Almen praksis, Flipped learning, Kommunikation

Resumé

I kurset på almen medicin ved Københavns Universitet optager de studerende video af deres konsultationer i almen praksis. Video konsultationer med skuespillere og praktiserende læger blev produceret for at understøtte undervisningen. Målet med dette studie var at evaluere effekten af at indføre konsultations-videos i den eksisterende undervisning. Sidste semester studerende (N=587) blev af universitet inddelt i seks grupper og en stigende mængde online materiale blev trinvis indført. Et spørgeskema og en test video målte ændringen i de studerendes evne til at identificere patient-centerede elementer i en test video før og efter kurset. Indførslen af videoklip øgede ikke de studerendes evne til dette. Derimod blev de studerende bedre til at evaluere det kliniske indhold i test video. At se konsultations videoklip før undervisningen med henblik på diskussion øger de studerendes forståelse af sygdomsbillede i almen praksis.

Forfatterbiografier

Klaus Witt

For many years assistant professor and senior researcher at Copenhagen University with a special interest in the meeting between doctors and patients in general practice and the "consultation process"

Matrjukka Mäkelä, Copenhagen University, Department of General Practice

For many years professor at Copenhagen and Helsinki univeristy.

Has a special interest in techology assessment

Volkert Siersma, Research Unit for General Practice, Copenhagen

For many years as statestician been involved in health research

Christine Winther Bang, Research Unit for General Practice, Copenhagen

For many years been affiliayed to the research unit in general practice and doing researh in general practice

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18-01-2022

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Jorgensen, M., Witt, K., Mäkelä, M., Siersma, V., & Winther Bang, C. (2022). Brug af online materiale i undervisningen i almen medicin. Tidsskriftet Læring Og Medier (LOM), 14(24). Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/lom/article/view/128508