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The feminist perspective on intimate partner violence is a predominant model in the field, although not immune to criticism. In this research, frontline workers in the violence against women movement responded to critiques of the feminist model. The project used a focus group and a modified grounded theory analysis. Participants agreed with some criticisms,(More)
  • Gail Rice
  • The Journal of chiropractic education
  • 2012
Teaching universities, while claiming to value good teaching, do little to help individual faculty members improve learning in their classrooms. One effective way to help teachers reflect on their teaching and improve their teaching skills is to have a colleague observe and discuss the teaching episode, yet these dialogues seem to be rare. Visits to the(More)
INTRODUCTION Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) are valuable teaching tools in various disciplines including nutrition. OSCEs increase students' confidence, improve their communication and counseling skills, and can predict clinical strength and identify weaknesses prior to clinical placement. This study explored the impact of three OSCE(More)
UNLABELLED It is increasingly difficult to provide adequate clinical training for new dietetics graduates. Dietetic students obtain clinical experience by visiting patients and viewing their charts in hospital settings but rarely counsel them. OBJECTIVE To examine the change in nutrition and dietetic students' perceived readiness to practice after(More)
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