Theme: 8BB Teaching and learning: Principles
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Improvement of teaching and learning principles for ENT
Authors: Kittaya Lertnakorn Institutions: Maharaj Medical Education Center Nakhon Si Thammarat - Thailand
 
Background

Teaching and learning  ENT for the 5th-year medical students were undertaken during the 3-week of the medical course.

The objective is to improve teaching and learning ENT course.

Summary of Work

Questionnaire was used to compare the teaching and learning principles of ENT.

The teaching methods were composed of lecture course, OR, OPD, and bedside teaching.

 

    

 Considering factors include

1) Knowledge undertaken.

2) Simple and straightforward.

3) Treatment plan.

4) Problem solving.

5) Advices providing to patients and relatives.

Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) was applied for evaluating the most applicable methods.

Summary of Results

Data was obtained from graduating medical students and interns working in Maharaj hospital. The problem solving was the most important factor.

Four methods were compared. It was found that the graduating medical students
perceived that  knowledge can be best acquired from a lecture course. The interns considered that the bedside teaching can provide more knowledge. Most students perceived that the bedside teaching has provided the best treatment plan. It gives simple and straightforward teaching. The graduating medical students considered that the OPD can teach the best problem solving skills. The interns perceived that the bedside teaching provide the best problem solving skills. The overall students considered that the OPD is well in assisting and providing advice to patients and relatives.

Conclusion

The overall students perceived that the bedside teaching was the most effective teaching method.

Take-home Messages

The teaching and learning methods were composed of lecture course, OR, OPD, and bedside teaching. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) was applied for evaluation.

Background
Summary of Work
Summary of Results

 

The graduating medical students perceived that  knowledge can be best acquired from a lecture course. The interns considered that the bedside teaching can provide more knowledge.

 

 

Most students perceived that the bedside teaching has provided the best treatment plan. It gives simple and straightforward teaching.

 

The graduating medical students considered that the OPD can teach the best problem solving skills. The interns perceived that the bedside teaching provide the best problem solving skills.

 

The overall students considered that the OPD is well in assisting and providing advice to patients and relatives.

Conclusion

Take-home Messages
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