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Exploring Medical Curricula Using Social Network Analysis Methods

Martin Víta, Martin Komenda, Andrea Pokorná
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
This contribution demonstrates how to apply concepts of social network analysis on educational data.  ...  linked to others, and also find more independent and less important parts of the curriculum using centrality measures arising from the graph theory and social network analysis.  ...  CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK In this work we have introduced a novel method for exploring general curricula that uses several concepts of social network analysis.  ... 
doi:10.15439/2015f312 dblp:conf/fedcsis/VitaKP15 fatcat:ue4vur7cnbeinbymzqvcb72sqe

New Professionalism Challenges in Medical Training: An Exploration of Social Networking

Jennifer C. Kesselheim, Maneesh Batra, Frank Belmonte, Kimberly A. Boland, Robert S. McGregor
2014 Journal of Graduate Medical Education  
having a social networking page of their own.  ...  Statistical Analysis Statistical analysis used SAS 9.2 statistical software (SAS Inc, Cary, NC). Most of the analyses were descriptive.  ... 
doi:10.4300/jgme-d-13-00132.1 pmid:24701318 pmcid:PMC3963763 fatcat:f3guhsizfzeo3dpsipazyddnd4

Family Violence Curricula in Europe (FAVICUE): a cross-sectional descriptive study protocol

Raquel Gómez Bravo, Charilaos Lygidakis, Gene Feder, Robert A P Reuter, Claus Vögele
2019 BMJ Open  
The results will provide important information concerning current curricula on FV, and can be used for mapping the educational needs and planning the implementation of future training interventions.  ...  They will be published and disseminated through WONCA Europe and its networks.  ...  , especially the Vasco da Gama Movement (the Junior Doctors Network of Family Medicine in Europe), its president, Dr Claire Marie Thomas, and the Vasco da Gama Movement Family Violence group, the WONCA  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024519 pmid:30813116 pmcid:PMC6377530 fatcat:yg4t4jymrfe6pjjzus4gd3vn7e

Gap analysis of biomedical informatics graduate education competencies

Anna L Ritko, Michelle Odlum
2013 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
From our qualitative analysis, gaps between defined competencies and curricula emerged.  ...  Using the current American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) definition of BMI core competencies as a framework, we identified and labeled course offerings within graduate programs.  ...  Six programs were not used within the analysis because the curricula was not available from their websites.  ... 
pmid:24551403 pmcid:PMC3900140 fatcat:hbwxie76zzbizp2wgndg3fyqte

A Decade of Teaching the Course Aging & the Arts: Reflecting on Opportunities and Challenges

Jacqueline Eaton
2021 Innovation in aging  
A stand-alone course is one method of increasing humanities, arts, and cultural gerontology within curricula.  ...  This course was developed to enrich program curricula by addressing a gap in content specific to the arts and humanities.  ...  Regression analysis was performed using a stepwise method. The care interactions were mostly positive (mean=6.3; range = 0-7).  ... 
doi:10.1093/geroni/igab046.264 fatcat:2jl5h3oxq5gi3fabvb7eklrltq

Assessing the Value of Online Learning and Social Media in Pharmacy Education

Leslie A Hamilton, Andrea Franks, R Eric Heidel, Sharon L K McDonough, Katie J Suda
2016 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Pharmacy students frequently use social media and some online learning methods, which could be a valuable avenue for delivering or supplementing pharmacy curricula.  ...  Fifty-eight percent of students also used social networking websites to communicate with classmates. Conclusion.  ...  In addition, 21% of students indicated that they did not use social networking to help with learning activities.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe80697 pmid:27667834 pmcid:PMC5023989 fatcat:6sf2ymkgifeflku2tmovo5ygaa

Building an environmentally accountable medical curriculum through international collaboration

Sarah Catherine Walpole, Aditya Vyas, Janie Maxwell, Ben J. Canny, Robert Woollard, Caroline Wellbery, Kathleen E. Leedham-Green, Peter Musaeus, Uzma Tufail-Hanif, Karina Pavão Patrício, Hanna-Andrea Rother
2017 Medical Teacher  
Yet integrating environmental perspectives into busy medical curricula is not a simple task.  ...  Thirdly, we present learning objectives which cover core content for environmentally accountable medical curricula, developed through a reflective process of international collaboration integrating current  ...  "Planetary health" research explores nine planetary systems including climate change, biodiversity, freshwater use and biochemical flows.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0142159x.2017.1342031 pmid:28681652 fatcat:7amy2dmdibdprdfpjbjdhat5yq

The Times They Are A-Changin': Academia, Social Media and the JGIM Twitter Journal Club

Neil Mehta, Tabor Flickinger
2014 Journal of general internal medicine  
We are now in the era of Web 2.0 where social media and smart mobile devices have introduced physicians to the usefulness and usability of social networking sites like Facebook.  ...  This experiment is part of the journal's larger web and social media strategy to use innovative methods to develop a stronger community of readers within and outside of SGIM.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-014-2976-9 pmid:25092011 pmcid:PMC4175645 fatcat:ucrocwbqczes3opsln5blxmb5e

A Digital Ethnography of Medical Students who Use Twitter for Professional Development

Katherine C. Chretien, Matthew G. Tuck, Michael Simon, Lisa O. Singh, Terry Kind
2015 Journal of general internal medicine  
BACKGROUND: While researchers have studied negative professional consequences of medical trainee social media use, little is known about how medical students informally use social media for education and  ...  Ego network and subnetwork analysis of student key informants was performed.  ...  We used R, Node XL (an Excel-based tool) and Gephi (network analysis and visualization software) for the network analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-015-3345-z pmid:25952652 pmcid:PMC4617937 fatcat:urg4rpi3xfevfnzla56qrma7wm

Time to go global: a consultation on global health competencies for postgraduate doctors

Sarah C. Walpole, Clare Shortall, May CI van Schalkwyk, Abi Merriel, Jayne Ellis, Lucy Obolensky, Marisa Casanova Dias, Jessica Watson, Colin S. Brown, Jennifer Hall, Luisa M. Pettigrew, Steve Allen
2016 International Health  
Methods: Published literature and existing curricula informed writing of seven global health competencies for consultation.  ...  Five core competencies were developed: (1) diversity, human rights and ethics; (2) environmental, social and economic determinants of health; (3) global epidemiology; (4) global health governance; and  ...  Funding to pay the Open Access publication charges for this article was provided by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.  ... 
doi:10.1093/inthealth/ihw019 pmid:27241136 pmcid:PMC5039817 fatcat:cv4vg2ggbfaf3ekkuimwkujc2q

Social Dimension Analysis Script (SDAS): Descriptive Inventory for Problem Based Learning in Health Area

L. A. F. Custódio, Camila Mugnai Vieira, Ieda Francischetti, Danielle Abdel Massih Pio, Tatiane Gomes Montes, Karina Cicarelli, Alessandra Marlyn Silva Guimarães, Renata Luciana Coneglian Facco
2019 Creative Education  
This article describes the process of elaboration and use of a script in research for social dimension's analysis in the process of Problem Based Learning (PBL) in a course of health area.  ...  The focus of this article is on the script itself and how it can guide the construction of problems and the detailed analysis of the social dimension in health courses whose curricula are mediated by the  ...  Therefore, the objective of this paper is to present the method used to create an analysis tool, the Social Dimension Analysis Script (SDAS) built throughout dialectical analyze of paper problems used  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2019.106082 fatcat:6vq7tnsuj5hsvigy43gx3yd77a

The history of sociology teaching in United Kingdom (UK) undergraduate medical education: an introduction and rallying call!

Tracey Collett, Lauren Brooks, Simon Forrest
2016 MedEdPublish  
Our paper concludes that coupled with new pedagogies, integrated curricula have given rise to many exciting opportunities for sociology teaching in UK medical education but also to new challenges including  ...  Since the new millennium it has been recognized globally that trainees graduate from medical school unequipped to cope with the rapidly changing social context of medicine.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the BeSST network for their support and insights into sociology teaching in medical education.  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2016.000152 fatcat:qpzevmetbzfsziag4ieai2xjge

The Process and Implication of Inter-Professional Education: A Systematic Review

Dewi Prabawati
2018 Nurse Media: Journal of Nursing  
IPE programs utilize a variety of combinations of interactive learning methods, such as group problem solving, focus group interview, social networking (website), and simulated patient or simulated based  ...  training (SBT) which is becoming the most common methods employed.  ...  The students were tasked with developing a collaborative recommendation for using social networking in IPE programs. A mixed method design.  ... 
doi:10.14710/nmjn.v7i2.13883 fatcat:zrleva2iczck5aazioirjbtmjq

ScriptLattes: an open-source knowledge extraction system from the Lattes platform

Jesús Pascual Mena-Chalco, Roberto Marcondes Cesar Junior
2009 Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society  
It is thus difficult to extract and to summarize useful knowledge for medium to large size groups of researchers.  ...  This paper describes the design, implementation and experiences with scriptLattes: an open-source system to create academic reports of groups based on curricula of the Lattes Database.  ...  Alternative methods, such as in 9 , may be explored with the aim of use an unsupervised learning approach.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-65002009000400004 fatcat:xqv3lgp7sbex5fi5yocd3eexaa

scriptLattes: an open-source knowledge extraction system from the Lattes platform

Jesús Pascual Mena-Chalco, Roberto Marcondes Cesar Junior
2009 Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society  
It is thus difficult to extract and to summarize useful knowledge for medium to large size groups of researchers.  ...  This paper describes the design, implementation and experiences with scriptLattes: an open-source system to create academic reports of groups based on curricula of the Lattes Database.  ...  Alternative methods, such as in 9 , may be explored with the aim of use an unsupervised learning approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03194511 fatcat:vnrcys4l7reurdbrpxz6hf4gay
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