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Teaching and Learning


Following is the Department of Pediatrics' past publications about Teaching and Learning:

Student Perspectives on Learning 

Lockspeiser, T. M., P. O'Sullivan, A. Teherani and J. Muller (2008). "Understanding the experience of being taught by peers: the value of social and cognitive congruence." Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract 13(3): 361-372. 

Seltz, L. B., A. Montgomery, J. L. Lane, J. Soep and J. L. Hanson (2014). "Medical students' experiences working with frequently rotating pediatric inpatient attending physicians." Hosp Pediatr 4(4): 239-246. 

Wolf, S. J., T. M. Lockspeiser, J. Gong and G. Guiton (2014). "Students' perspectives on the fourth year of medical school: a mixed-methods analysis." Acad Med 89(4): 602-607. 

 

Teaching Strategies 

Kaul, P. and G. Guiton (2010). "Responding to the challenges of teaching cultural competency." Med Educ 44(5): 506. 

Balog, E. K., M. A. Pelzner, J. Hanson, K Kieling (2012) Designing and Delivering an Effective Lesson. MedEdPORTAL. Published: February 17, 2012 | From https://www.mededportal.org/publication/9106/   

Kaul, P., J. Gong and G. Guiton (2014). "Effective feedback strategies for teaching in pediatric and adolescent gynecology." J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol 27(4): 188-193 

Lockspeiser, T. M. and P. Kaul (2015). "Applying the one-minute preceptor model to pediatric and adolescent gynecology education." J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol 28(2): 74-77. 

 Lumba-Brown, A., S. Tat, M. A. Auerbach, D. O. Kessler, M. Alletag, P. Grover, D. Schnadower, C. G. Macias and T. P. Chang (2016). "PEMNetwork: Barriers and Enablers to Collaboration and Multimedia Education in the Digital Age." Pediatric emergency care 32(8): 565-569. 

Kaul, P., J. Fisher and J. L. Hanson (2017). "Medical Students' Acquisition of Adolescent Interview Skills after Coached Role Play." J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 

Rustici, M., J. Whitsitt and M. Roberts (2017). "Case construction: flipping the problem-based learning structure through student-created cases." Med Educ 51(5): 536. 

Muradian, S., A. Widge, J. L. Hanson, J. L. Lane, C. Boogaard, D. Agrawal, M. Ottolini and E. K. Hamburger (2018). "Tools for Learning About the Referral and Consultation Process for Pediatric Residents." Acad Pediatr 18(3): 357-359. 

 

Learning in Clinical Settings 

Hamburger, E. K., S. Cuzzi, D. A. Coddington, A. M. Allevi, J. Lopreiato, R. Moon, C. Yu and J. L. Lane (2011). "Observation of resident clinical skills: outcomes of a program of direct observation in the continuity clinic setting." Acad Pediatr 11(5): 394-402. 

Seltz, L. B., L. Zimmer, L. Ochoa-Nunez, M. Rustici, L. Bryant and D. Fox (2011). "Latino families' experiences with family-centered rounds at an academic children's hospital." Acad Pediatr 11(5): 432-438 

Burgis, J. C., T. M. Lockspeiser, E. C. Stumpf and S. D. Wilson (2012). "Resident perceptions of autonomy in a complex tertiary care environment improve when supervised by hospitalists." Hosp Pediatr 2(4): 228-234. 

Corriere, M. D., J. L. Hanson, P. A. Hemmer and G. D. Denton (2013). "Overnight call: a survey of medical student experiences, attitudes, and skills." Teach Learn Med 25(1): 64-70. 

Balog, E. K., J. L. Hanson and G. S. Blaschke (2014). "Teaching the essentials of "well-child care": inspiring proficiency and passion." Pediatrics 134(2): 206-209. 

Bannister, S. L., J. L. Hanson, C. G. Maloney and R. A. Dudas (2015). "Practical Framework for Fostering a Positive Learning Environment." Pediatrics 136(1): 6-9. 

Seltz, L. B., E. Preloger, J. L. Hanson and L. Lane (2016). "Ward Rounds With or Without an Attending Physician: How Interns Learn Most Successfully." Acad Pediatr 16(7): 638-644. 

 

Student Perspectives on Learning 

Seltz, L. B., A. Montgomery, J. L. Lane, J. Soep and J. L. Hanson (2014). "Medical students' experiences working with frequently rotating pediatric inpatient attending physicians." Hosp Pediatr 4(4): 239-246. 

Wolf, S. J., T. M. Lockspeiser, J. Gong and G. Guiton (2014). "Students' perspectives on the fourth year of medical school: a mixed-methods analysis." Acad Med 89(4): 602-607.