|Title:||Use of narratives to enhance learning of research ethics in residents and researchers|
|Journal:||BMC Medical Education|
|Abstract:||Past didactic pedagogy on biomedical research ethics and informed consent in our program had resulted in passive memorization of information and disengaged learning within psychiatry residents and clinical researchers. The question is how do we better motivate and engage learners within the session. Thus, we incorporated narratives into the learning environment and hypothesised that the use of narratives in the teaching of biomedical research ethics and informed consent would be associated with greater engagement, motivation, understanding, reflective learning and effectiveness of the teaching session.|
|Appears in Collections:||2015|
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