Browse Items (73 total)
- Tags: Students
Staff Perspectives of Mass Casualty Incident Preparedness
Tags: 2021, Ballas DA, Blecker N, Chapman AD, Cureus, Department of General Surgery, disaster, emergency preparedness, emergency response plan, George RL, in situ simulation, journalArticle, July 2021 List, mass casualty incident, Moran ME, NEOMED College of Medicine, Qualitative, quality improvement projects, RESPOND, simulation, Students, Summa Health System Akron City Hospital, Zimmerman JR
Medical decision-making in the physician hierarchy: A pilot pedagogical evaluation
Tags: 2020, Ahmed RA, August 2020 List, care, clinical judgment, Decision-making, Department of General Surgery, Education, George RL, Gothard MD, Hughes P, improve, Journal of medical education and curricular development, journalArticle, knowledge retention, McCarroll ML, Medical education, medical judgment, Myers Jerry, NEOMED College of Medicine, Rosasco J, Schwartz A, simulation, Skill retention, Students, Summa Health System Akron City Hospital
Can Trait Anxiety, Grades, And Test-scores Measured Prior To Medical-school Matriculation Predict Clerkship Performance
Rates And Correlates Of Career Development
Holland's theory applied to medical specialty choice
Tags: 2004, Borges N J, Career Occupational Preference System Inventory, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Holland types, Jones B J, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of Career Assessment, NEOMED College of Medicine, Personality, Physicians, primary care, Psychology, Savickas M L, Selection, specialty choice, Students
Personality and medical specialty choice: Technique orientation versus people orientation
Stability of values during medical school
Personality patterns of physicians in person-oriented and technique-oriented specialties
Tags: 2005, 5-factor model, Big-Five Factors, Borges N J, Career specialty choice, choice, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Female, Gibson D D, Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication, Journal of vocational behavior, medical specialty, multipotentiality, myers-briggs type, NEOMED College of Medicine, Personality, Physicians, psychological characteristics, Psychology, school, Students, traits
THE EDUCATIONAL-ROLE OF HEALTH-SCIENCES LIBRARIANS
Career choice readiness moderates the effects of interest inventory interpretation
Personality and values as predictors of medical specialty choice
Tags: 2011, Borges N J, Career, Career decision making, Career specialty, choice, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Hartung P J, job-satisfaction, Journal Article, Journal of vocational behavior, Medical career development, Motivation, NEOMED College of Medicine, Personality, Physicians, Psychology, Students, Taber B J, traits, vocational interests, Work values
The career development inventory in review: Psychometric and research findings
THE CAREER DECISION SCALE AS A TYPE INDICATOR
Construction of a Physician Skills Inventory
Tags: 2012, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Holland typology, Journal Article, Journal of Career Assessment, NEOMED College of Medicine, Physicians, Psychology, Richard G V, Savickas M L, scale development, skill assessment, specialty choice, Students, transferable skills, Zarconi J
Work Valence as a Predictor of Academic Achievement in the Family Context
Psychometric Properties of a Career Exploratory Outcome Expectations Measure
Tags: 2016, Adolescence, aspirations, Cadime I, Career, career exploratory outcome expectations, Childhood career development, exploration, item response theory, Journal Article, Journal of Career Assessment, Oliveira I M, outcome expectations, participation, perspective, Porfeli E J, Psychology, self-efficacy, social-cognitive model, Students, Taveira M D
A Test of the Career Construction Theory Model of Adaptation in Adult Workers With Chiari Malformation
Tags: 2019, abilities scale, adaptability, Career Adapt-Abilities Scale-Short Form, Career adaptability, career construction theory, Chiari malformation, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, job, Journal of Career Assessment, Kaut Kevin P, life, mediation, need satisfaction, NEOMED College of Medicine, October 2019 Update, Personality, psychometric properties, Savickas Mark L, self-regulation, Students, Tokar David M
Grade point average is an inappropriate measure of a residency candidate's knowledge and skills.
A multivariate generalizability model for clinical skills assessments.
The limits of narrative: medical student resistance to confronting inequality and oppression in literature and beyond.
Tags: 2005, Aultman JM, College of Graduate Studies, Cultural Values, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Empathy, Exploratory Research, Human, Medical – Psychosocial Factors, Medical education, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, RACISM, Sexism, Social Values – Education, Student Attitudes, Students, Teaching Methods – Evaluation, Wear D
Retheorizing sexual harassment in medical education: women students' perceptions at five u.s. Medical schools.
Tags: 2007, Aultman JM, Borges N J, College of Graduate Studies, Culture, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Education, Female, Human, Literature, Medical, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Perception, Schools, Sexual Harassment – Psychosocial Factors, Students, Teaching & Learning in Medicine, United States, Wear D
Effects of artifact rejection and Bayesian weighting on the auditory brainstem response during quiet and active behavioral conditions.
Tags: 2006, Adult, American journal of audiology, Analysis of Variance, Artifacts, Auditory, Brainstem, College, Comparative Studies, Descriptive Statistics, Evoked Potentials, Female, Gans D, Human, Male, Noise – Prevention and Control, Post Hoc Analysis, Repeated Measures, Sanchez JT, Students, T-Tests
A sexual history-taking curriculum for second year medical students.
Tags: 2006, Attitude to Sexuality, Clinical Competence, Curriculum, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Education, Educational Measurement, Fedyna D, Female, Gilchrist V J, Human, Male, McCord G, Medical, Medical teacher, NEOMED College of Medicine, Patient History Taking, Schroeder L, sexuality, Sheth S, Step-Wise Multiple Regression, Stockton L, Students, Summated Rating Scaling, Wagner E
Rituals of verification: the role of simulation in developing and evaluating empathic communication.
Tags: 2008, Attitude of Health Personnel, Bias (Research), Clinical Competence – Standards, Communication, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Education, Educational Measurement, Educational Measurement – Standards, Empathy, Human, Medical, NEOMED College of Medicine, Patient Education & Counseling, Patient Satisfaction, Patient Simulation, Physician-Patient Relations, Physician's Role, Power, Reproducibility of Results, Rituals and Ceremonies, Role Playing, Students, Varley JD, Wear D
When humor in the hospital is no laughing matter.
Tags: 2009, Attitude of Health Personnel, Aultman JM, College of Graduate Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Education, Ethics, Ethics – Education, Hospital – Ethical Issues, Hospital – Standards, Hospitals – Ethical Issues, Journal of Clinical Ethics, Laughter, Medical, Medical – Education, Medical – Ethical Issues, Medical Staff, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Organizational Culture, Patient Care – Ethical Issues, Physician's Role, Psychological, Stress, Students, Wit and Humor
Prior Peritraumatic Dissociative Experiences Affect Autonomic Reactivity During Trauma Recall.
Tags: 2012, Adolescence, Analysis of Covariance, Analysis of Variance, Arrhythmia, Bereavement, Body Mass Index, Cardiography, Chi Square Test, Clinical Assessment Tools, Crime, Delahanty Douglas L, Descriptive Statistics, Dissociative Disorders – Risk Factors, Electrocardiography, Female, Funding Source, Heart Rate, Human, Impedance, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, Life Experiences, Memory, Ohio, Pearson's Correlation Coefficient, Post Hoc Analysis, Post-Traumatic – Risk Factors, Questionnaires, Scales, Sexual Abuse, Sinus, Sledjeski Eve M, Stress Disorders, Students, Trauma – Complications, Undergraduate, Young Adult
A 4-Year Integrated Curriculum in Palliative Care for Medical Undergraduates.
Tags: 2011, American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Medicine, Curriculum Development, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Dieter Kevin, Education, Frate Dean M, Friebert Sarah, Funding Source, Hospice Care – Education, Human, Medical, NEOMED College of Medicine, Ohio, Palliative Care – Education, Palmisano Barbara, Radwany Steven M, Sanders Margaret, Stovsky Erica J, Students
Improved auscultation skills in paramedic students using a modified stethoscope.
Tags: 2012, Adult, Aged, Allied Health, Auscultation – Education, Carney JA, Child, Clinical Competence, Competency Assessment, Computer Simulation, Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Education, Education Research, Educational Status, Emergency Medical Services, Gastrointestinal Motility, Haller NA, Heart Auscultation, Heart Sounds, Human, Journal of Emergency Medicine (0736-4679), Lecat PJ, Martin SW, Middle Age, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pakiela JA, Preschool, Pretest-Posttest Design, Qualitative Studies, Quantitative Studies, Questionnaires, Respiratory Sounds, Simon EL, Stethoscopes, Students, Williams CJ
Using the Practice Advancement Initiative to expand pharmacy student involvement.
Tags: 2018, Ambulatory Care, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, Boyle Jaclyn, Cavanaugh Teresa M, collaboration, Curriculum, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Leaders, Medical Organizations, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Patient Care, Pharmaceutical, Pharmacist Attitudes, Pharmacy – Psychosocial Factors, Pharmacy Service, Professional development, Professional Role, Self Assessment, STRATEGIC planning, Students, Technology, Vest Tyler A, Work Environment
Teaching fearlessness: a manifesto.
Tags: *Curriculum, *Learning, 2011, Adaptation, Attitude, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Dhillon N, Education, Education for health (Abingdon, England), Faculty-Student Relations – Evaluation, Fear/*psychology, Humans, Interpersonal Relations, Knowledge, Medical – Evaluation, Medical/*methods, Medical/*psychology, Mentors, Mentorship, NEOMED College of Medicine, PROFESSIONALISM, Psychological, Role Models – Evaluation, Stress, Students, Teaching/*methods, Wear D, Zarconi J
"Face-to-face with It": medical students' narratives about their end-of-life education.
Tags: *Attitude to Death, *Curriculum, *Education, *Physician-Patient Relations, 2002, Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Anecdotes as Topic, Communication, Decision Making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Humans, Medical, Medical/*psychology, NEOMED College of Medicine, Professional-Family Relations, Students, Terminal Care/*psychology, Terminally Ill, Undergraduate, United States, Wear Delese
Dermatology elective curriculum: Birdwatching list and travel guide.
Tags: 2011, Curriculum, Department of Internal Medicine, Dermatology online journal, Dermatology/*education/ethics, Education, Graduate/*methods, Humans, Internship and Residency/ethics, Medical, Mostow Eliot N, NEOMED College of Medicine, Patadia Deepa D, Physicians, Primary Care/*education/ethics, Skin Diseases/diagnosis, Students
Factors leading to radiology career selection: results of the 2004 National Physician Survey.
Motivating medical students by utilizing dermatology-oriented online quizzes.
Tags: *Internet, *Motivation, *Social Media, 2016, Department of Internal Medicine, Dermatology online journal, Dermatology/*education, Education, Educational Measurement, Faculty, Graham Jacqueline, Humans, Kunzler Elaine, Medical, Mostow Eliot, NEOMED College of Medicine, Pilot Projects, Students, Undergraduate/*methods
Learning to be present to dying patients.
Evaluating the Changing Financial Burdens for Graduating Pharmacists.
Tags: 2017, American journal of pharmaceutical education, Career Choice, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Education, Humans, Income, Mattingly T Joseph 2nd, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, new practitioners, personal finance, Pharmacists/*economics, Pharmacy, Pharmacy/*economics, Salaries and Fringe Benefits/economics, Schools, student debt, Students, Training Support/*economics, Ulbrich Timothy R
It's Time to Broaden the Conversation About the Student Debt Crisis Beyond Rising Tuition Costs.
Tags: *debt, *personal finance, *student loans, 2017, American journal of pharmaceutical education, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Education, Humans, Income, Kirk Loren M, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, Pharmacists/economics, Pharmacy, Pharmacy/*economics, Students, Ulbrich Timothy R
Report of the 2014-2015 Professional Affairs Standing Committee: Producing Practice-Ready Pharmacy Graduates in an Era of Value-Based Health Care.
Tags: *Education, 2015, Adams Alex J, Advisory Committees, Albert Erin L, American journal of pharmaceutical education, Annual Reports as Topic, Bradley-Baker Lynette R, Cardello Elizabeth A, Clifford Kalin, Currie Jay D, Gonyeau Michael, Humans, Nelson Steven P, Pharmaceutical Services/*organization & administration/standards, Pharmacists/*organization & administration/standards, Pharmacy, Pharmacy/organization & administration/standards, Students, Taylor Charles T, United States
Second-year pharmacy students' perceptions of adhering to a complex simulated medication regimen.
Tags: *Perception, 2012, adherence, American journal of pharmaceutical education, Curriculum/standards, Data Collection/methods/standards, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Education, Hamer David, Humans, Lehotsky Kristin, Medication Adherence/*psychology, medications, NEOMED College of Pharmacy, pharmacy students, Pharmacy/*methods/standards, Pharmacy/*psychology, Students, Ulbrich Timothy
The ethics of HIV testing and disclosure for healthcare professionals: what do our future doctors think?
Tags: 2011, Adolescent, Adult, Anonymous Testing/ethics, Attitude to Illness, Audiorecording, Aultman Julie M, Borges Nicole J, College of Graduate Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Disclosure/*ethics, Female, Focus Groups, Health Care Surveys, Health Personnel, Health Screening, HIV Infections – Diagnosis, HIV Infections – Ethical Issues, HIV Seropositivity/*diagnosis, Human, Humans, interviews, Male, Mandatory Testing, Medical, Medical teacher, Medical/*psychology, NEOMED College of Graduate Studies, NEOMED College of Medicine, Patients, Privacy and Confidentiality, Student Attitudes, Students, Thematic Analysis, Truth Disclosure, United States, Young Adult