When you are done, please e-mail your answers to Study Staff at clinical.research @live.com Be sure your Identification Number is included. This completes the program. Thank you for your participation in this study.
1.Materials Needed 1.Ink Pen—black ink 2.1 blank sheet of 8 x 11 paper 2.Procedure A. Place your identification number at the top of the sheet of paper. (This number was e-mailed to you after you agreed to participate in this study. B. One at a time, view the 10 cases. C. Write down the case number you are working on and then write down your interpretation of the X-rays provided for each case. Use your best judgment of how a radiologist would interpret the X-rays and how you would explain the X-ray findings to another physician. D. Scoring: The test will be scored on a 10 point system for each case. 1. 5 points ---Identification of the orthopedic abnormalities that are determined to be significant by a Board Certified Radiologist. 2. 2.5 points –Proper anatomical description to localize the abnormality on the specific bone at the specific site on the bone. 3. 2.5 points—Proper descriptive terminology to identify the characteristics of the abnormality. ie oblique, spiral, displaced, etc. 3. Bonus point—Using an eponym correctly. 4. Negative point—Incorrectly identifying a normal finding as abnormal E. Use the same procedure for all 10 cases. F. Print out the last slide of this presentation which has Opinion Questions. Answer these. G. When you are done, please e-mail your Post Test answers and your Opinion Questions to Study Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
1.I learned something valuable and worth my effort. Circle your answerStrongly Agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly Disagree 2.I feel the amount of time I spent learning this material was acceptable? Circle your answerStrongly Agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly Disagree 3. The methodology used to teach this material was better than a lecture/slides format, Circle your answerStrongly Agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly Disagree 4.My ability to interpret a fracture on an x-ray has been significantly enhanced. Circle your answerStrongly Agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly Disagree 5.Indicate your level of difficulty learning this way. Circle your answerVery difficult, Difficult, Neutral, Easy, Very easy 6.With regard to any learning program, rank the following according to importance to you with 1 the most important. a. Efficient use of my time__________ b. Amount of material learned__________ c. Quality of material learned__________ d. Ease of learning the material__________
7.Now rank how well this “Radiological learning program” performed these functions for you. a. Efficient use of my time__________ b. Amount of material learned__________ c. Quality of material learned__________ d. Ease of learning the material__________ 8. Suggestions on how to improve this learning tool?