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Azma K, Shekarchi B, Naseh I. A study of viewpoints of students and faculty members of Tehran Imam Reza Hospital (AS) on mission and how to do morning reports. jmed. 2012; 7 (1) :18-25
URL: http://jmed.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-67-en.html

Associate Professor Army University of Medical Sciences
Abstract:   (18377 Views)

Introduction : In this study, we examined viewpoints of students and faculty members on mission and method of morning report and offer some strategies for increasing quality and efficiency of morning report using a questionnaire based on some fundamental questions.

Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional study was performed on 45 students and faculty members of teaching & research in Imam Reza Hospital. The participants responded to the nine-item survey questionnaire about how they implement morning reports.

Results: The majority of instructors and trainers (%66) reported evidence-based practice as the most important need that should be debated in morning reports while the majority of students (%58) reported diagnostic evaluation in response to the question. The majority of trainers and instructors (%41) told that the appropriate chairperson of morning reports is a specialist, while the majority of students suggested sub-specialists.

Conclusion: Students and faculty members had different views about the purpose and discussion focus of morning report. There was different views about who should take the responsibility to conduct the meetings. Most students and faculty members agree that the educational message for the morning session is the best method of internal monitoring. They also reported that the best way to evaluate students by trainers is mastery of students on presentations and their contents.


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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Medical Education
Received: 2012/06/13

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