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Korean J Med Educ > Volume 18(2); 2006 > Article
Korean Journal of Medical Education 2006;18(2): 161-170. doi: https://doi.org/10.3946/kjme.2006.18.2.161
의과대학생을 위한 임상미생물 멀티미디어 강의의 개발과 평가
오승환1, 이선민1, 김형회1,2, 이은엽1, 정해진2, 이상엽2, 김성수2, 김해규2, 박병규2, 우재석2, 임병용2, 백승완2, 정인숙2, 장철훈1,2
1부산대학교 의학전문대학원 진단검사의학교실
2부산대학교 의학전문대학원 의학교육실
Development and Assessment of Multimedia Learning Tool on Clinical Microbiology for Undergraduate Medical Students
Seung Hwan Oh1, Sun Min Lee1, Hyung Hoi Kim1,2, Eun Yup Lee1, Hae Jin Jeong2, Sang Yeoup Lee2, Sung Soo Kim2, Hae Kyu Kim2, Byung Kyu Park2, Jae Suk Woo2, Byung Yong Rhim2, Seong Wan Baik2, Ihn Sook Jeong2, Chulhun L. Chang1,2
1Department of Laboratory Medicine, School of Medicine, Pusan National University, Busan, Korea.
2Department of Medical Education Unit, School of Medicine, Pusan National University, Busan, Korea.
Corresponding Author: Chulhun L. Chang, Tel: 051)240-7418, Fax: 051)247-6560, Email: CCHL@pusan.ac.kr
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: Insufficient teaching of clinical microbiology, often caused by limited resources in medical schools, might be a reason for inaccurate diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases by doctors. The purpose of this study is to develop and assess a multimedia self learning tool (MSLT) for clinical microbiology course. METHODS: We developed the MSLT based on existing self-directed learning tools. This tool was used by second- and third-year medical students. We randomly assigned 67 participating students to two groups: one (29) with lectures only and the other (38) with the MSLT only. We conducted pre- and post-tests. RESULTS: There are no differences in the pre- and post-test scores between the lecture group and the MSLT group in knowledge of bacterial classification, understanding of infectious diseases, proper use of laboratory tests, and proper selection of antimicrobials. However, post-test scores were significantly higher in both groups. CONCLUSION: The MSLT was found to be as equally effective as lectures, at least, test scorewise. Teachers could use either this tool alone or combined with conventional lectures to improve and enhance teaching in clinical microbiology. The results shed new insights into the possibility of introducing new teaching methods in clinical microbiology for future medical education.
Keywords: Computer-Assisted Instruction;Medical Education;Microbiology;Multimedia
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