2008
DOI: 10.1080/01421590802331446
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Preparing medical students to become skilled at clinical observation

Abstract: Principles that are pragmatic in nature, anchored in a theoretical framework of visual competence and applicable to medical education have been developed and successfully deployed.

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“…There are also a number of research projects, both quantitatively and qualitatively-designed, that have investigated the value of arts interventions in medical training to the development of the future doctor [9-16]. Many of these tend to focus on the possible benefits of a particular type of arts intervention on a specific clinical skill: the impact of arts ‘training’ on clinical observation skills, for example [17,18]. Within UK medical education, engagement with the arts has gained impetus in recent years, particularly through a range of arts-oriented Student Selected Components (SSCs).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are also a number of research projects, both quantitatively and qualitatively-designed, that have investigated the value of arts interventions in medical training to the development of the future doctor [9-16]. Many of these tend to focus on the possible benefits of a particular type of arts intervention on a specific clinical skill: the impact of arts ‘training’ on clinical observation skills, for example [17,18]. Within UK medical education, engagement with the arts has gained impetus in recent years, particularly through a range of arts-oriented Student Selected Components (SSCs).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Performance in microscopic pathology falls under the more general category of clinical observation, which was recently analysed by Boudreau et al. , 17 who identified eight core principles in clinical observation, which also seem to characterise microscopy:…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Across the three studies-Harvard, RWJF, and Texas-students looked longer and had more to say following VTS interventions, indicating their enhanced performance of three crucial aspects of clinical observation: the ability to describe concretely what is perceived, the ability to separate fact from inference, and the understanding that observation takes time (Boudreau et al 2008). …”
Section: Impact Shown In Healthcare Educationmentioning
confidence: 96%