International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2020, Vol. 6 Issue 2, Part J
Effectiveness of early clinical exposure module on the surgical performance of Ist year MDS students in the subject of periodontics
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Triveni Kale, Dr. Shruti Lendey and Dr. Varsha Ranmare
Traditional lectures and power point presentations are routinely employed as a means of transmitting knowledge and skills are learnt by demonstration of procedure to small groups. ECE is a teaching learning methodology, which fosters exposure of the medical students to the patients as early as the first year of medical college.
Aim and objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of ECE on the surgical performance of Ist year postgraduate students in the department of periodontics.
Material and method: The knowledge and skills of Ist year MDS students trained using conventional didactic lectures compared with those trained with a combination of didactic lectures and ECE module. Using the OSPE stations, ECE module is better understood, retained and later practically applied.
Conclusion: If learned in a clinically significant set up ECE helps to improve understanding, develop problem solving skills and increases interaction
Pages: 650-653 | 342 Views 9 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Triveni Kale, Dr. Shruti Lendey, Dr. Varsha Ranmare. Effectiveness of early clinical exposure module on the surgical performance of Ist year MDS students in the subject of periodontics. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2020;6(2):650-653.