Brenda L Seago

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PURPOSE From 1991 through 2000, incoming medical students (M-Is) at the School of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University have been surveyed with a written questionnaire on their computer literacy. The survey's purpose is to learn the students' levels of knowledge, skill, and experience with computer technology to guide instructional services and(More)
INTRODUCTION Introducing the pelvic examination to novice learners has been a challenging task for medical educators. The purpose of this study was to evaluate an educational intervention adding the use of a pelvic examination simulator (SIM) to the use of genital teaching associates (GTAs) in a pelvic examination skills curriculum for second-year medical(More)
The School of Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University examined the 2005/2006 medical school curriculum to ensure that students were prepared to meet the informatics objectives put forward by the AAMC Medical School Objectives Project published in 1998. The AAMC Medical Informatics Objectives Survey, issued in(More)
Respondents performed searches primarily for themselves and for academic research. Overall, they preferred librarian-mediated searching to CD-ROM searching. Respondents who preferred the former did so because librarians are more familiar with MeSH headings and search strategies and because of time constraints. Respondents who preferred CD-ROM liked doing(More)
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