Surgery 101: evaluating the use of podcasting in a general surgery clerkship.

@article{White2011Surgery1E,
  title={Surgery 101: evaluating the use of podcasting in a general surgery clerkship.},
  author={Jonathan Samuel White and Neel Kamal Sharma and Priyanka Boora},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 11},
  pages={941-3}
}
BACKGROUND Provision of learning resources online is rapidly becoming a feature of medical education. AIMS This study set out to determine how medical students engaged in a 6-week clerkship in General Surgery would make use of a series of audio podcasts designed to meet their educational objectives. METHODS Patterns of use and student learning styles were determined using an anonymous survey. RESULTS Of the 112 students, 93 responded to the survey (83%); 68% of students reported listening… CONTINUE READING

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