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Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatría

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JARAMILLO G, Luis E; DELGADO-SIERRA, Gustavo  e  SANCHEZ P, Ricardo. Comparison of Two Strategies for the Teaching of a Clinical Interview Module in Undergraduate Medical Students. rev.colomb.psiquiatr. [online]. 2011, vol.40, n.2, pp.251-265. ISSN 0034-7450.

Introduction: Changes in medical practice have limited the availability of patients and scenarios for medical education, resulting in the need to develop multimedia tools for this purpose. Methods: This is a controlled, open, non-randomized study comparing two teaching methods: Lecture vs. a multimedia tool, in the process of teaching a clinical interview module to undergraduate medical students from a public and a private universities. Results: 268 students participated in the study, 156 received a standard lecture and 112 multimedia material. The average scores on the examinations of students using the multimedia material were significantly higher than those who took the standard lecture. Approximately twice as many of the students using the multimedia tool obtained a passing score of 3.5 or higher when compared to those who attended the lecture. Conclusions: Multimedia is a useful and efficient tool for teaching the clinical interview to medical students.

Palavras-chave : Medical education; non-randomized controlled trial; multimedia.

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