Paper Information

Journal:   EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES   FEBRUARY-MARCH 2016 , Volume 8 , Number 6 #P0078; Page(s) 43 To 48.
 
Paper: 

EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF RASOUL-E-AKRAM HOSPITAL, VIEWPOINTS OF SPEECH-THERAPY LEARNERS

 
 
Author(s):  MOHSENI R., SANDOUGHDAR N.*, BRADARAN H.R., KOUHPAYEZADEH J.
 
* SPEECH THERAPY UNIT, TALEGHANI HOSPITAL, SHAHID BEHESHTI UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Aims: Clinical trial plays an important role in the enhancement of practical skills of the medical students. Then, to be sure about the effectiveness of clinical trial on learning, it is required to assess the environment. The aim of this study was to assess the educational environment based on DREEM model from the viewpoints of speech therapy interns in neurology and ENT wards of Rasoul-e-Akram Hospital of Iran University of Medical Sciences.
Instrument & Methods: In the cross-sectional descriptive study, 59 BS speech therapy interns (final semesters) were studied in neurology and ENT wards of Rasoul-e-Akram Hospital in the first and second semesters of academic year 2013-14. The subjects were selected via census method. Data was collected using 44-question standard DREEM questionnaire. Data was analyzed by SPSS 18 software using independent T test.
Findings: Mean scores of five educational domains were 125.7 of 176, showing favorable educational quality (71.44%). Intern’s comprehension of the teacher’s learning capability was assessed very favorable, while other four domains were assessed favorable. There was no significant difference between the viewpoints about the educational environment based on gender (males and females), marital status (single and married), and semesters (seven and eight; p>0.05).
Conclusion: Based on the DREEM model, the educational environment of neurology and ENT wards of Rasoul-e-Akram Hospital of Iran University of Medical Sciences is assessed favorable by speech therapy interns.

 
Keyword(s): DREEM MODEL, EDUCATIONAL STATUS, SPEECH THERAPY
 
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