Tcle challenges of the ward round teaching based on the experiences of medical clinical teachers

Arabshahi, A.S. and Haghani, F. and Bigdeli, S. and Omid, A. and Adibi, P. (2015) Tcle challenges of the ward round teaching based on the experiences of medical clinical teachers. Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 20 (3). pp. 273-280.

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Abstract

Background: Holding educational sessions in a clinical environment is a major concern for faculty members because of its special difficulties and restrictions. This study attempts to recognize the challenges of the ward round teaching through investigating the experiences of clinical teachers in 2011. Materials and Methods:This qualitative research is carried out through purposive sampling with maximum variation from among the clinical teachers of major departments in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences (9 persons). The sampling continued until data saturation. Data were collected through semi-structured interview and analyzed through Collaizzi method. Data reliability and validity was confirmed through the four aspects of Lincoln and Guba method (credibility, conformability, transferability, and dependability). Results: Three major themes and their related sub-themes (minor themes) were found out including the factors related to the triad of clinical teaching (patient, learner, and clinical teacher) (concern about patient�s welfare, poor preparation, lack of motivation, ethical problems), factors related to the educational environment (stressful environment, humiliating environment and poor communication) and the factors related to the educational system of the clinical environment (poor organizing and arrangement of resources, poor system�s monitoring, bad planning and inadequate resource). Conclusion: Ward round teaching has many concerns for teachers, and this should be recognized and resolved by authorities and teachers. If these problems are not resolved, it would affect the quality of clinical teaching. © 2015, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences(IUMS). All rights reserved.

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URI: http://eprints.iums.ac.ir/id/eprint/5677

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