Presentation on theme: "MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Delivering Just-in-time Instruction using Embedded Videos in a Virtual Chat Educational Intervention. Terry Henner Savitt Medical Library."— Presentation transcript:
MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Delivering Just-in-time Instruction using Embedded Videos in a Virtual Chat Educational Intervention. Terry Henner Savitt Medical Library University of Nevada
MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Background Teaching skills in medical information retrieval to medical students. Journal of Medical Education 1986 61(11):906-10. A strategy for curriculum integration of information skills instruction. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 1989 77(3):245-51.
MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Background MED 603: Clinical Problem-Solving (CPS) Applying self-directed investigative and group discussion techniques to acquire foundational knowledge about the diagnosis and management of common medical problems. Main environment for instruction in information management.
MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Background Clinical Problem Solving Format Small group structure Problem Based Learning (PBL) Student charged with information seeking Facilitators direct process through successive disclosure
MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Background Page 3 PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Moderately obese Caucasian gentleman in no distress. Weight= 175 lbs. Height= 58 B.P.= 225/120 right arm = 215/115 left arm Pulse = 80 and regular Respiration = 14 HEENT: Funduscopic- increased arteriolar light reflex, AV nicking. No papilledema. Cardiovascular: Jugular venous pressure normal. No carotid bruits. S4 gallop with normal S1 and S2 on cardiac exam without a murmur. Bruit heard over right flank and over both femoral arteries. Dorsalis pedis and posterior tibial pulses were 1+ in magnitude (on a scale of 1-4, 2+ being normal.) Brachial and femoral pulses were 2+ and equal, without femoral delay. Chest: Lungs were clear to auscultation and percussion. The remainder of the physical examination was within normal limits.
MLGSCA/NCNMLG 2011 Passed proof of concept stage Advantages: greater capacity to respond to educational needs Disadvantages: requires motivated students and facilitators Encourage facilitators to promote service Encourage students to utilize service Future Directions