Medical Science Educator Volume 20: No. 2s


OUTCOMES OF A PROFESSIONALISM CURRICULUM: THE PROFESSIONALISM INITIATIVE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Robert M. Klein, Giulia A. Bonaminio*, Anthony Paolo, Martha Montello & Mark C. Meyer Departments of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Family Medicine, History and Philosophy of Medicine, and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,The University of Kansas, School of Medicine (KUSOM),… Read more »


USE OF A PARALLEL PROCESS PBL CASE TO INDUCE BEHAVIORAL CHANGE IN FIRST SEMESTER MEDICAL STUDENTS AT ROSS UNIVERSITY J. Harris-Alleyne, K. Winston, D. Callender, V. Thomas, S. Gnecco* &R. Frankel Department of Integrated Medical Education at Ross University School Of MedicineDominica *Presenting AuthorPURPOSEThe Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) Department of Integrated Medical Education… Read more »


ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING IN TEAM BASED LEARNING (TBL) EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS Mercedes Ficarra*, Byron Crawford, Doreen Barrett &Jennifer Gibson Tulane University School of MedicineNew Orleans, LouisianaUSA *Presenting Author PURPOSEIn 1984, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) recommended a change in curriculum for medical education. It was not until 1997 that team-based learning (TBL) was developed… Read more »


A MODEL TO INTEGRATE PATHOLOGY TEACHING USING TECHNOLOGY D. Chumba*, B. Macharia1, J. Smith, Nathan B. Nyamagoba & Maina Moi University School of MedicineKenyaIndiana School of MedicineUSA *Presenting AuthorPURPOSETo develop a model for integration in teaching pathology in the third year courses of medical school using technology. Traditionally in Kenya the first two years of… Read more »

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