gms | German Medical Science

5th International Conference for Research in Medical Education

15.03. - 17.03.2017, Düsseldorf

Lectures – Oral presentations

Meeting Abstract (O1)

Case representation Staffords improve diagnostic efficiency in 4th-5th year medical students: a randomized controlled laboratory study

Braun LT, Zottmann J, Adolf C, Lottspeich C, Then C, Wirth S, Fischer MR, Schmidmaier R
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Meeting Abstract (O2)

Scientific Reasoning in Medical Education: A Novel Approach for the Analysis of Epistemic Activities in Clinical Case Discussions

Lenzer B, Ghanem C, Weidenbusch M, Fischer MR, Zottmann J
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Meeting Abstract (O3)

The Role of Epistemic Beliefs in Clinical Reasoning: Preliminary Results of a Systematic Literature Review

Ouellette D, Dudko Y, Zottmann J, Bolzer M, Fischer F, Fischer MR
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Meeting Abstract (O4)

Bedside teaching on palliative care ward – a qualitative study on students, patients and teams perspectives

Kriesen U
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Meeting Abstract (O5)

Socio-cultural influences on residents’ learning with Mini-CEX and DOPS: a grounded theory study

Lörwald A, Lahner FM, Greif R, Perrig M, Huwendiek S
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Meeting Abstract (O6)

Integrating Clinical training into the distance learning Master’s program “Erweiterte Pflegepraxis”

Gockel J, Müller A, Heckroth A, Deppermann J, Kadmon M
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Meeting Abstract (O7)

Effective curriculum mapping – precondition for workplaced based learning, teaching and assessment

Balzer F, Drees S, Heiss KI, Tekian A, Ahlers O
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Meeting Abstract (O8)

Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA): an alternative to a logbook in the practical year?

Ochsendorf F, Emmert S, Hehl N, Hornung T, König A, Jünger M, Kollewe T, Löser C, Schlaak M, Ständer S, Weichenthal M, Hamm H, Forum akademische Lehre der DDG
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Meeting Abstract (O9)

Fresh Approaches to Clinical Teaching (FACT): Developing and delivering an innovative staff development course at Kassel School of Medicine

Schendzielorz J, Polack C, Miles SC, Timm A
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Meeting Abstract (O10)

Efficacy of an activating teaching method on training and examination success in a statistical software course in medical biometry

Mayer B, Meule M, Allgoewer A, Richter S, Muche R
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Meeting Abstract (O11)

Effects of problem-solving procedures in error-based learning in the context of medical education

Klein M, Stark R, Otto B, Heitzmann N, Fischer MR
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Meeting Abstract (O12)

How to assess Daily Routine Clinical Skills remote from Patient Encounter? Development and testing of an OSCE based assessment format, using videos

Biller S, Stoller F, Balestra G
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Meeting Abstract (O13)

Students' perception of the educational environment in the operating theatre: development and psychometric evaluation of a questionnaire

Rabe C, Backhaus J, Jo P, Koenig S
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Meeting Abstract (O14)

TeamCheck – Transferring Cockpit Practices To Healthcare Teams

Rusin L, Gross B, Zech A, Zottmann J, Kiesewetter J, Prückner S, Fischer MR
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Meeting Abstract (O15)

Influence of patient portraits on the quality of interpretation of radiographic images and physician-patient relationship: An eye tracking study

Berndt M, Gruber CC, Zottmann JM, Zimmermann H, Ertl-Wagner B, Fischer MR
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Meeting Abstract (O16)

Workplace based learning implemented by active student participation in clinical education wards is much appreciated by patients

Scheffer C, Valk-Draad MP, Tauschel D, Humbroich K, Längler A, Zuzak T, Köster W, Büssing A, Lutz G, Edelhäuser F
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Meeting Abstract (O17)

Scaffolding workplace based learning through a smartphone reflection app and coaching group sessions

Könings K, van Berlo J, Koopmans R, Hoogland H, Spanjers I, van der Vleuten C, van Merrienboer J
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Meeting Abstract (O18)

Healthy & humane: interprofessional learning of medical and nursing students at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

Mohr S, Grahn H, Krohne C, Guse A
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Meeting Abstract (O19)

Responso – Development and implementation of a generic electronic platform for workplace-based assessment

Hepprich M, Kohler D, Böhler D, Balestra G
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Meeting Abstract (O20)

ENT-OSCE: Oral Feedback is important

Offergeld C, Metzger H, Brüstle P, Giesler M
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Meeting Abstract (O21)

"You're like on an island if you're the only medical student on the whole ward" – legitimate peripheral participation, medical students' attendance and sense-making of learning opportunities on their initial clinical placements

Timm A, Ashraf MQ
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Meeting Abstract (O22)

Expanding a mentoring program from students to junior physicians

Heinen I, Extra I, Guse J, Guse AH
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Meeting Abstract (O23)

Who takes care of final year students? Comparison of university hospitals and teaching hospitals

Schüttpelz-Brauns K, Nühse K, Günther J, Lammerding-Köppel M, Möltner A, Grab C, Narciß E
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Meeting Abstract (O24)

What does CRM Training in Medicine mean? A systematic review

Gross B, Rusin L, Zottmann J, Kiesewetter J, Fischer MR, Prückner S, Zech A
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Meeting Abstract (O25)

Distribution and impact of a manual for clinical mentors in the final year

Narciß E, Schüttpelz-Brauns K, Lammerding-Köppel M, Streitlein-Böhme I, Stiepak J, Öchsner W, Nühse K
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Meeting Abstract (O26)

Colleague consulting as an instrument to improve teachers' health in nursing schools

Abel C
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Meeting Abstract (O27)

iMED Textbook – a unique web based, innovative eLearning platform tailored for the integrated medical curriculum Hamburg (Modellstudiengang iMED)

Ebel-Vierk C, Guse AH
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Meeting Abstract (O28)

Development and implementation of a progress test in undergraduate dental education – A prospective Austrian pilot project

Kirnbauer B, Rugani P, Jakse N, Bernhardt-Melischnig J, Egger R
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Meeting Abstract (O29)

Rasch analysis of OSCE data – an illustrative example as proof of concept

Backhaus J, Rabe C, Hennel E, Koenig S
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Meeting Abstract (O30)

Sequencing of learning content for resuscitation training: Comparing "Basic Life Support" (BLS) followed by "Advanced Life Support" (ALS) to the opposite sequence (ALS followed by BLS)

Breckwoldt J, Bruppacher H, Brüesch M
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Meeting Abstract (O31)

Open Access, Open Data and Open Educational Resources: What are the implications for research, learning and teaching?

Schmitz J
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