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Creating a Safe Bedside Teaching Environment: A Personal Experience
Omran Bakoush 1
1 - Department of Nephrology, Clinical Sciences, Lund University Hospital of Lund S-221 85 Lund, Sweden
Libyan J Med 2010; 5 0-0
aaICID: 896835
IC™ Value: 1.50
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Active learning is increasingly used as a teaching method in modern medical curricula. Therefore I have adopted case–based group discussions as an educational method for nephrology bedside teaching. In these sessions the students had first to review the patient’s history from the case record and summarise the important and vital points. This was followed by a group discussion focusing on the management plan during an outpatient consultation or hospital admission. Through the discussions I got to know the students’ thoughts on the management of the case in question and provided them with feedback.

ICID 896835
 
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