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Computer-Assisted Instruction in Patient Management for Internal Medicine Residents
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Journal of Medical Education Volume 61, Number 12,

Abstract

A study that demonstrated that a group of medical residents could independently run microcomputer-based patient simulations and subsequently achieve significant increases in test scores is discussed. This outcome supports the use of computer-assisted instruction to provide a core of self-taught material for a clinical subspecialty rotation. (Author/MLW)

Citation

Garrett, T.J. & Ashford, A.R. (1986). Computer-Assisted Instruction in Patient Management for Internal Medicine Residents. Journal of Medical Education, 61(12), 987. Retrieved May 29, 2020 from .

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