Nephrology crossword: glomerulonephritis.
Division of Kidney Diseases and Hypertension, The Department of Medicine, North Shore/Long Island Jewish Health Systems and Hofstra Medical School, Great Neck, New York, USA.Kidney International (Impact Factor: 8.52). 06/2010; 77(12):1141-2. DOI: 10.1038/ki.2010.59
- Kidney International 04/2011; 79(8):797-9. · 8.52 Impact Factor
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ABSTRACT: Medical educators have called for new teaching methods and materials that supplement the traditional lecture format, and education in a range of health professions, including medicine, nursing, and pharmacy, is using a game-based approach to teach learners. Here, we describe a novel teaching tool in a case-based debate using the game format. Two teams of first- and second-year nephrology fellows participated in a PowerPoint game-based debate about which tests to order to diagnose transplant-related case. Our pilot study assessed the participant acceptance of case-based debate sessions and rewards system, and participant perceptions of using this approach to teach fellows and residents the importance of each test ordered and its cost-effectiveness in medicine. Each test ordered requires an explanation and has a point value attached to it (based on relevance and cost of positive and negative test results). The team that comes up with the diagnosis with most points wins the game. A faculty member leads a short concluding discussion. Subjective evaluations found these case-based debates to be highly entertaining and thought-provoking and to enhance self-directed learning.Renal Failure 06/2012; 34(8):1043-5. · 0.94 Impact Factor
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