Quality Dimensions of Educational Morning Report Sessions

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Shahram Yazdani 1 , Maliheh Arab 2 , * , Giti Noghabaei 3 , Fakhrosadat Hosseini 1

1 Department of Medical Education, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

2 Preventative Gynecology Research Center (PGRC). Imam Hussein Medical Center. Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

3 Gynecological Translational Research Center (GTRC, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences

How to Cite: Yazdani S, Arab M, Noghabaei G, Hosseini F. Quality Dimensions of Educational Morning Report Sessions, J Med Edu. 2015 ; 14(2):e105434. doi: 10.22037/jme.v14i2.9237.

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Journal of Medical Education: 14 (2); e105434
Published Online: July 26, 2015
Article Type: Brief Report
Received: June 21, 2015
Accepted: July 14, 2015
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Abstract

Morning report sessions had long-standing history in medical education. Morning report management isan important aspect of professional medical education.To evaluate the contents of the morning report sessions, including management, staff training, deeplearning, attention to learners at different level of education, record keeping, feedback, and finalsummarizing, direct observation of 73 sessions was conducted in five teaching hospitals in a medicaluniversity in Tehran.The following scores were obtained: morning report management (91%), training faculty members(9%), residents' training (4%), direct learning by patient management instead of memorizing studymaterial (88%), paying attention to the different educational levels of learners (28%), record keeping(36%), systematic feedback (48%), and a final summarizing session (26%).Out of eight, five dimensions related to teaching in the morning report sessions need improvisation,specifically on the training of faculty members and residents, paying attention to different educationallevels of learners, brief summary of all sessions, and record keeping.

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