Short- and Long-Term Effects on Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes About a Sonography Training Concept for Medical Students

@article{Vennemann2019ShortAL,
  title={Short- and Long-Term Effects on Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes About a Sonography Training Concept for Medical Students},
  author={Sabrina Vennemann and Christopher Holzmann-Littig and Birgitt Marten-Mittag and Minh Vo Cong and Pascal O. Berberat and Konrad Stock},
  journal={Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography},
  year={2019},
  volume={36},
  pages={25 - 29}
}
Objectives: Worldwide medical schools that provide sonography training appear to be very heterogeneous in their offerings. A medical school has developed a training program with limited resources, which used a peer teaching method, to provide sonography training. The implemented courses consist of a voluntary laboratory practical and a required didactic seminar. Methods: To analyze this concept, the effects on knowledge, skills, and attitudes were examined by using surveys, multiple-choice… CONTINUE READING

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