COMPARISON OF MEDICAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE BETWEEN PEER ASSISTED LEARNING (PAL) AND SELF DIRECTED LEARNING (SDL) METHOD ON BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS LEARNING

Zainuddin, Zayadi (2016) COMPARISON OF MEDICAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE BETWEEN PEER ASSISTED LEARNING (PAL) AND SELF DIRECTED LEARNING (SDL) METHOD ON BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS LEARNING. In: THE 8TH JAKMED "JAKARTA MEETING ON MEDICAL EDICATION 2015", 13-15 November 2015, Universitas Indonesia.

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Abstract

Become the concern of medical educators to find a suitable and effective learning method for learning basic clinical skills. Important issues in medical education today are peer assisted learning (PAL) and self-directed learning (SDL) concept. Many articles said that learning clinical skills with a good learning method during the period of education can determine the ability of doctors perform clinical skills correctly in the future. Aim to Study: To compare learning methods between PAL and SDL on basic clinical skill learning. Method: An experimental study with randomized control trial design and blinded examination. The population was medical students at FKIK UNIB, who was taking basic clinical skill module related to urinary catheter procedural skill. Totally 50 samples students are divided 25 samples randomly for each as control and experimental groups. Analyzing data process use SPSS 13.00 program. Result: Mean score of urinary catheter procedural skill ability group of PAL method (11.75) higher than SDL (9.25) method. There is no statistical differences between two methods (p=0.343). Conclusion: The ability of medical students use PAL method was better than the SDL method on basic clinical skill learning, but differences between two methods was not statistically significant. Need further studies using larger sample or other basic clinical skill topics related medical student ability.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty Of Medicine > Department Of Medical Science
Depositing User: 161 Septi Septi
Date Deposited: 01 Apr 2016 11:00
Last Modified: 01 Apr 2016 11:00
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/11236

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