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Year Number of Results
1946 13
1947 28
1948 19
1949 9
1950 25
1951 12
1952 17
1953 28
1954 23
1955 26
1956 31
1957 25
1958 30
1959 23
1960 21
1961 20
1962 27
1963 45
1964 45
1965 99
1966 256
1967 432
1968 637
1969 702
1970 598
1971 717
1972 715
1973 903
1974 987
1975 840
1976 881
1977 852
1978 836
1979 885
1980 763
1981 734
1982 796
1983 738
1984 837
1985 878
1986 831
1987 874
1988 1022
1989 1200
1990 1224
1991 1161
1992 1240
1993 1245
1994 1253
1995 1277
1996 1447
1997 1473
1998 1410
1999 1483
2000 1574
2001 1540
2002 1633
2003 1804
2004 1994
2005 2010
2006 2337
2007 2414
2008 2665
2009 2898
2010 3261
2011 3132
2012 3347
2013 3479
2014 3601
2015 3793
2016 3804
2017 4110
2018 4044
2019 1935
2020 41
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Peer learning across the curriculum.
Crawford D and Cannon EJ. Nurse Educ Today 2018. PMID 29605788
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Case GA, et al. Perspect Med Educ 2018. PMID 29687333 Free PMC article.
A Neurology Clerkship Curriculum Using Video-Based Lectures and Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT).
Dominguez M, et al. MedEdPORTAL 2018. PMID 30800891 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: Between October 2016 and April 2017, 135 students participated in the curriculum, and 56 students (41.5%) responded to the surveys. Most students agreed or strongly agreed that the new curriculum enhanced their learning and promoted their sense of responsibility in learning the content. ...
RESULTS: Between October 2016 and April 2017, 135 students participated in the curriculum, and 56 students (41.5%) responded to the s …
Deep and surface learning in problem-based learning: a review of the literature
Dolmans DHJM, et al. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract 2016 - Review. PMID 26563722 Free PMC article.
This review investigates: (1) the effects of PBL on students' deep and surface approaches to learning, (2) whether and why these effects do differ across (a) the context of the learning environment (single vs. curriculum wide implementation), and (b) study quality. ...Differences cannot be explained by the study quality but a curriculum wide implementation of PBL has a more positive impact on the deep approach (effect size .18) compared to an implementation within a single course (effect size of -.05). ...
This review investigates: (1) the effects of PBL on students' deep and surface approaches to learning, (2) whether and why these effects do …
A Curriculum to Teach Learners How to Develop and Present a Case Report.
Luciano G, et al. MedEdPORTAL 2018. PMID 30800892 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: Over the past 4 years, 95%-100% of our interns have participated in the required curriculum and presented their posters. ...Due to the success of the curriculum, interns from additional programs within the institution now attend the conference series. ...
RESULTS: Over the past 4 years, 95%-100% of our interns have participated in the required curriculum and presented their posters. ... …
Curriculum Alignment with Vision and Change Improves Student Scientific Literacy.
Auerbach AJ and Schussler EE. CBE Life Sci Educ 2017. PMID 28495933 Free PMC article.
This curriculum was implemented using active-learning techniques paired with student collaboration. This study determined whether these changes resulted in a higher gain of student scientific literacy by conducting pre/posttesting of scientific literacy for two cohorts: students experiencing the unreformed curriculum and students experiencing the reformed curriculum. ...At the end of the academic year, scientific literacy gains were significantly higher for students in the reformed curriculum (p = 0.005), with those students having double the scientific literacy gains of the cohort in the unreformed curriculum. ...
This curriculum was implemented using active-learning techniques paired with student collaboration. This study determined whether the …
Developing Best Clinical Practices Through Outcomes Improvement: An Ongoing Quality Improvement Curriculum for Faculty and Residents.
Vinas EK, et al. MedEdPORTAL 2018. PMID 30800876 Free PMC article.
A QI curriculum was created for OB-GYN faculty and trainees to develop and implement best practices and study the resulting improvement in patient outcomes. ...DISCUSSION: This curriculum was effective in engaging OB-GYN faculty and residents in formalized problem-based learning to address QI....
A QI curriculum was created for OB-GYN faculty and trainees to develop and implement best practices and study the resulting improveme …
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