E-learning and deliberate practice for oral case presentation skills: a randomized trial.

  title={E-learning and deliberate practice for oral case presentation skills: a randomized trial.},
  author={Heather L. Heiman and Toshiko Uchida and Craig A. Adams and J. Butter and Elaine Cohen and Stephen D. Persell and Paul J Pribaz and William Craig McGaghie and Gary J. Martin},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  volume={34 12},
BACKGROUND Oral case presentations are critical for patient care and student assessment. The best method to prepare early medical students for oral presentations is unknown. AIM We aimed to develop and evaluate a curriculum of on-line learning and deliberate practice to improve pre-clinical students' case presentation skills. METHODS We developed a web-based, interactive curriculum emphasizing conciseness and clinical reasoning. Using a waitlist control design, we randomly assigned groups… CONTINUE READING

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