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Training to Train Resident as A Clinical Teacher: Perception of the Participant Residents| Biomed Grid

Journal: American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research (Vol.3, No. 6)

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Page : 488-491

Keywords : Feedback; Perception; Residents; Teachers; Training; Biomed Grid;

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Introduction:The residents have long been recognized as resource for clinical teaching to students, interns, junior residents. They need to train to become effective clinical teachers. That's why Universal College of Medical Sciences Bhairahawa, Nepal organized one day “Training to train resident as a clinical teacher”. The objective this study was to take feedback of the participant residents and assess how they perceive the training at level-I of Kirkpatrick model of evaluation. Methodology:Feedback of the participants of training was taken on the valid semi-structured questionnaire comprised of four parts: Part A-Demographic information, Part B-Overall feedback on training, Part C. Feedback on specific sessions and Part D- Feedback for the improvement. Data was analyzed using IBMS SPSS version 21. Results: The participants rated training on scale 1-10 (1=poor, 10=excellent) for usefulness 9.21±1.05, content 9.07±1.00, relevance 9.29± 0.82, facilitation 9.50± 0.85, and overall 9.29± 0.82. They rated on specific session/s “knows about adult learning principles” 8.71±1.25 and “learning domains” 8.93±1.41 on scale 1-10 (1=poor, 10=excellent), while on sessions “How to be an effective clinical teacher” 3.79±0.43 and sub-session “How to plan a lesson for teaching” 3.79±0.43 rated on Likert Scale 1-4 (4=extremely important, 3=moderately important, 2=slightly important, 1=not important). The residents perceived that the training updated their teaching skills 3.64±0.50 rated on Likert Scale 1-4 (4=Strongly agree, 3=Fairly agree, 2=Slightly agree, 1=Not agree). The residents mentioned that training was interactive, participatory and friendly and demonstration of clinical skills through video was significant. Conclusion:The findings of present study suggest positive perception of the residents on this short-term training to train resident as a teacher

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