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Data from: Those who can, teach. Assessing medical students’ perception of a finals revision program delivered by foundation and core trainees.

Citation

Mole, Guy; Gillespie, Liam (2012), Data from: Those who can, teach. Assessing medical students’ perception of a finals revision program delivered by foundation and core trainees., Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9rf90

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To determine whether medical students perceive a foundation and core trainee finals revision programme as useful. DESIGN: Questionnaires were used to assess students' perception of the teaching programme. SETTING: A Medical School in the South of England. PARTICIPANTS: There were 106 final year medical students in the cohort. RESULTS: The teaching scored well in all facets analysed and scored best on enthusiasm, interactivity and communication. CONCLUSIONS: We provide a framework for how foundation and core trainees could provide a very well received teaching programme benefiting medical students, the doctors and the Medical School.

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