The Different Preferences of Learning among Emergency Medicine Residents in Riyadh, during their Residency Program

Alanazi, Faheem Mohammed and Alomari, Lama and Almuadwi, Tariq and Almesned, Saleh and Abusharifa, Naseem Ali and Abdulwahed, Nouf Fahad Abdulaziz and Alharegi, Dalal Saud and Al-Muhaydib, Mujahid Nasser and Almubarak, Aldanah Najeeb and Aljarbou, Abdulrahman Mansour and Alaqil, Abdulelah Saleh and Alshammari, Samah Hamoud and Almalki, Mohammad Sami and Elthiabi, Mazen Salem and Abusalamah, Abdulrahman Khalid (2022) The Different Preferences of Learning among Emergency Medicine Residents in Riyadh, during their Residency Program. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 34 (47A). pp. 38-44. ISSN 2456-9119

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Traditional teaching approaches are giving way to new ones in medical education. Residents' interest in readily available educational resources is causing instructors to rethink their teaching strategies. This study aims to find which of these ways of learning is preferred by residents. A descriptive survey study was distributed among emergency residents who doing their program in Riyadh during the period from April 2021 to September 2021. All Saudi board emergency medicine residents R1, R2, R3, R4, and post-training residents within the last two years in Riyadh were included. Data were collected using an electronic survey (SurveyMonkey) using a validated questionnaire. This study analyzed 202 residents and post-graduated and ER residents regarding their learning sources and preferences. Participants were at different levels of training as 23.8% were in their first year of residency, 22.8% were in their second year, 19.3% were in their third year, 22.3% were in their fourth year and 11.9% finished their training during the last two years. The majority of the participants 57.4% claimed that they spend 1-2 hours of their extracurricular time on educational material.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Euro Archives > Medical Science
Depositing User: Managing Editor
Date Deposited: 04 Mar 2023 05:31
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2024 04:08

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