BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS LEARNING ON MEDICAL STUDENTS: IS PEER ASSISTED LEARNING (PAL) METHOD IS MORE EFFECTIVE COMPARED EXPERT ASSISTED LEARNING (EAL) METHOD?

Zainuddin, Zayadi and Utari , Hartati Suryani and Novriantika , Lestari (2016) BASIC CLINICAL SKILLS LEARNING ON MEDICAL STUDENTS: IS PEER ASSISTED LEARNING (PAL) METHOD IS MORE EFFECTIVE COMPARED EXPERT ASSISTED LEARNING (EAL) METHOD? Project Report. Fakultas Kedokteran UNJANI, Universitas Bengkulu.

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Abstract

Clinical skills is an integrated part in medical practice. Various clinical skills had been determined as an important competence for a physician. Learning techniques that had been used to teach clinical skills need to be considered and developed so the clinical skills can be taught properly and have a long resistance to be used on practice in the future. Objective: To compare the basic clinical skills teaching methods between expert assisted learning (EAL) and peer assisted learning (PAL) method. Method: An experimental study with randomized control trial design that use blinded examination. The population were medical students at FMH UB, who do not know the procedural skills and technique of setting up the urinary catheter on men and women. Samples are divided randomly for each group as control and experimental groups. Results: The ability of medical students who used the expert assisted learning (EAL) method better than peer assisted learning (PAL) method on learning basic clinical skills. There is no statistical difference between two methods that affect the ability of basic clinical skills. Need more study that use other methods or a combination of these two methods to improve the ability of basic clinical skills on medical student.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty Of Medicine > Department Of Medical Science
Depositing User: 161 Septi Septi
Date Deposited: 21 Apr 2016 08:46
Last Modified: 21 Apr 2016 08:46
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/11257

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