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Epidemiology Section

1949 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
This consists of an infants and a seniors department, and children from Witham Green School attend the dinner centre at Carlton Road.  ...  One child when first seen at school was lying across her desk, had had a sharp attack of vomiting, and had a pulse rate about 100. After admission to hospital she stated that she  ...  compared with those for the fourth quarters and the years 1947, 1946, and 1938 Discussion of Table In England and Wales increases were recorded in the notifications of measles 2,064, whooping-cough  ... 
pmid:20787489 pmcid:PMC2049434 fatcat:w6wwmqdqfndu3egt2xdvpwhhpi

Medical students' perception of live lectures compared to video lectures in basic sciences medical education: a cross-sectional survey of medical colleges in Pakistan [article]

Maria Khan, Ali Bin Abdul Jabbar, Daniyal Ali Khan, Muhammad Abdullah Javed, Mohummad Hassan Raza Raja, Kanza Muzaffar
2021 medRxiv   pre-print
Objectives: This study aimed to explore and compare the medical students' perspectives regarding live lectures and video lectures. Methods: This cross-sectional study used an online questionnaire.  ...  , compared with 28.5% (n=167) for live lectures.  ...  Syeda Sadia Fatima, and Dr. Rehana Rehman regarding the adapted questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.01.13.21249740 fatcat:sixvwzwqkjeqxlcxu4wmstre3m

Distance education during the COVID-19 outbreak: A cross-sectional study among medical students in North of Jordan

Amer Mahmoud Sindiani, Nail Obeidat, Eman Alshdaifat, Lina Elsalem, Mustafa M. Alwani, Hasan Rawashdeh, Ahmad S. Fares, Tamara Alalawne, Loai Issa Tawalbeh
2020 Annals of Medicine and Surgery  
online lectures after 3 weeks. (45.7%) used the hybrid teaching method (asynchronous and synchronous), (31.4%) used live classes, and 22.8% recorded classes.  ...  With reference to students' preferences 75% of students were not pleased with their experience and 42% of students prefer to integrate online learning with traditional learning.  ...  Provenance and peer review Not commissioned, externally peer reviewed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amsu.2020.09.036 pmid:33042535 pmcid:PMC7531436 fatcat:7pdte7jrizhbbehl7hvyvczrvy

Perceptions of medical students towards online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic: a national cross-sectional survey of 2721 UK medical students

Samiullah Dost, Aleena Hossain, Mai Shehab, Aida Abdelwahed, Lana Al-Nusair
2020 BMJ Open  
This uses online teaching platforms allowing students to digest information in their own time but also allows students to then constructively discuss this material with peers.  ...  A significant difference was found between time spent on online platforms before and during COVID-19, with 7.35% students before versus 23.56% students during the pandemic spending >15 hours per week (  ...  Maryam Goralwalla, for their assistance in distributing the survey link and collecting data.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-042378 pmid:33154063 fatcat:rxvwpn63djbn5o24aapoiakwtu

2008 GSA Section Meetings

2007 GSA Today  
a long standing record of peer reviewed publication and substantial current grant activity and an established record of teaching.  ...  Prof.: an established record of teaching and of peer-reviewed publications and significant grant activity commensurate with tenure; Full Prof.: exceptional candidates with an international reputation and  ...  We encourage applications from those with proven records of teaching and related experience at the college level.  ... 
doi:10.1130/1052-5173(2007)17[20b:gsm];2 fatcat:wxciwiupdfdgjcszq5hnqdemi4


John K. Dickinson
2020 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
design process; realizing consistent content delivery, marking, and feedback across multiple sections; keeping student teams on track; capturing individual marks related to teamwork; and establishing  ...  , contribution, and/or understanding, 3) record and assess team-level progress on the project, and 4) capture and monitor the evolution of team plans and ongoing activities.  ...  The author also owes thanks to the people in the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Western University for assistance in tackling many pedagogical quandaries and practical teaching challenges.  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.vi0.14150 fatcat:p4yewjtwo5fmpkwinoqlxbrgee

Effectiveness of virtual teaching of diagnostic and interventional imaging fundamentals to Egyptian medical students: an analytical cross-sectional study

Ahmed S. Negm, Ahmed Elhatw, Mohamed Badawy, Meredith L. Gioe, Sana Khan, Mahmoud F. Hammad, Nada Shalaby, Ferial Choucair, Mariam Ahmed Saad, Amany Elfeel, Mariam Elbatal, Florentino Saenz (+12 others)
2022 The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine  
Finally, we analyzed the results to give insight onto how teaching radiology through online lectures can help build better physicians.  ...  Background There is a worldwide deficit in teaching and training in the field of radiology for undergraduate medical students.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank all our radiology professors who contributed to lecturing and outlining our course content.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s43055-021-00688-7 fatcat:q5kwpdxlr5ahve4mkycdgnrqa4


Yasuyo Sawaki, Susan Nissan
2009 ETS Research Report Series  
The criterion measure consisted of three videotaped lectures (in physics, history, and psychology) and included tasks created by content experts who are former university professors of the relevant content  ...  These tasks reflected what the content experts expected students to have comprehended during the lecture.  ...  The authors and a research assistant reviewed more than 60 lectures in five science and nonscience lecture courses produced by The Teaching Company.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2333-8504.2009.tb02159.x fatcat:vk37iwa7zbcu5axfqnt2255ioi

The impact of virtual learning on Multimedia University student performance: a cross-sectional study

Tai Hen Toong, Lim Liyen, Liew Yee Ping
2021 F1000Research  
Multiple regression analysis was performed using SPSS software Results: A total of 210 first and second year degree and diploma students responded to the online surveys.  ...  Respondents stated that the critical factor that affect the effectiveness of virtual learning and impacts on students' performance was the virtual teaching techniques employed by educators.  ...  A synchronous learning environment is defined as "structured in the sense that students attend live lectures, there are real-time interactions between educators and learners, and there is a possibility  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.72881.1 pmid:35251596 pmcid:PMC8864185 fatcat:io5bbzjaibgznh6y2xef4je4yq

A cross-sectional study to Determine Factors Affecting Dental and Medical Students' Preference for Virtual Learning during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Nosayba Al-Azzam, Lina Elsalem, Farai Gombedza
2020 Heliyon  
social contact with populations from different communities and countries.  ...  Since a second wave of such pandemic is expected to occur, professors and teaching assistants may want to be prepared and aware to create an effective virtual learning environment for students.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks for all the students who participated in this study. Special thanks to Cameron La Belle and Kathleen Aton for editing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e05704 pmid:33324768 pmcid:PMC7728427 fatcat:ni6fqtofwbgwxlef7h4kxxr45e

Students' perceptions of the educational environment at King Abdulaziz University Faculty of Dentistry (KAUFD): a cross sectional study

Heba J. Sabbagh, Hanin A. Bakhaider, Hesham M. Abokhashabah, Mohammed U. Bader
2020 BMC Medical Education  
It consists of five subscales: students' perceptions of learning, students' perceptions of teachers, students' academic self-perceptions, students' perceptions of the atmosphere, and students' social self-perceptions  ...  Students in the preclinical dental academic year (third year) obtained the highest DREEM score, when compared to those who belonged to the clinical academic years.  ...  Discussion The KAUFD curriculum is oriented toward the mission of achieving excellence in teaching, learning, and leadership [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-020-02165-7 pmid:32727434 fatcat:5yuknuhv7naadj2atlqyjv7h5u

Section II: Poster Sessions

2007 Journal of urban health  
Being overweight was significantly associated with consumption of snacks, soft drinks and physical inactivity, (pG0.05).  ...  This is exacerbated by Westernization of lifestyles and the image of prosperity associated with overweight. Children are not spared and the health consequences may become apparent in the near future.  ...  After the initial test these students were provided health education material and a few lectures.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11524-007-9235-x fatcat:jxmec75xlfdrpkgo67jkta4k3m

Providing an Oral Examination as an Authentic Assessment in a Large Section, Undergraduate Diversity Class

Dredge Kang, Sara Goico, Sheena Ghanbari, Kathleen Bennallack, Taciana Pontes, Dylan O'Brien, Jace Hargis
2019 International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
In a discussion of student and TA reactions, this paper reports a predominantly positive assessment by both groups while noting the challenges and disadvantages of this format.  ...  student feedback and TAs' reactions to administering this examination format.  ...  The oral examination was administered by TAs during the time period when students usually attend weekly discussion sections.  ... 
doi:10.20429/ijsotl.2019.130210 fatcat:ynmgcnq4pjazhnhnazrm5xjwza


1961 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
JAMESON (Christchurch) said he consistently found that the left kidney was larger than the right and this must be allowed for. The CHAIRMAN voiced the thanks of the section to Dr. T. F.  ...  NICKS (Sydney) said he had recently reviewed the 998 lung-cancer cases in the Sydney teaching hospitals between 1950 and 1960. 793 (80%) died within one year, and 874 (87%) within two. 317 were explored  ... 
pmid:20789089 pmcid:PMC1953472 fatcat:qufadyclv5hvhchtfly6knofg4

Reports of Sections and Societies

1961 Science  
It gives original descriptions of over 400 species belonging to 206 genera, and, with information from the literature, 345 genera are covered.  ...  This volume, complete in itself, is devoted to the grass family, and discusses the general morphology as well as the histological details in grass classifications.  ...  Models are available with visible sensitivity from one milligram (2000 milligrams capacity) to two grams (35 kilos capacity).  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.133.3451.482 pmid:17754436 fatcat:c5twnleb4ffdln3ydzi6mt2hce
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