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Title: 臨床実習における学生の目標到達度新評価システム: 利用状況とユーザー教員から見た導入の効果
Other Titles: A new evaluation system on degree of goal achievement for students in bedside learning: Usage status and effect of introduction from the viewpoint of faculty
Authors: 唐, 尊一
坂本, 信雄
色摩(亀岡), 弥生
大谷, 晃司
Affiliation: 医療人育成・支援センター臨床医学教育研修部門
医療人育成・支援センター医学教育部門
Source title: 福島医学雑誌
Volume: 72
Issue: 1
Start page: 11
End page: 21
Issue Date: 2022
Abstract: 我々は2018年,本学の臨床実習(bedside learning:BSL)に「総合目標」「行動目標」「臨床推論目標」という教員と学生の双方が共有可能な3つの到達目標を設定し,さらにその到達度をお互いに振り返ることができるようオンライン学習管理システムMoodleを用いた新しい評価システムを構築した。それは,2016年に福島県立医科大学の医学部6年生とBSL担当教員を対象に行ったアンケートで抽出された本学BSLの問題点である「教員と学生双方の到達目標の認識不足」「準備不足のままBSLに臨む学生の受け身の姿勢」「学生の診療参加の乏しさ」を克服するための試みであった。そして今回,この新しい評価システムが果たして期待した通りに運用されているのか,抽出されたBSLの問題解決に寄与しているのか検証するために,2018年度の4年生が2020年度にBSLプライマリーコースを終了するまでの学生と教員による評価入力状況を調査し,新評価システムの有効性について教員アンケートを行った。その結果,新評価システムは全ての科で使用され,学生の自己評価にも利用されていたが,教員のフィードバック及び学生の振り返りコメントの入力頻度は限定的であった。また,ユーザー教員アンケートから,新評価システムの導入が教員の到達目標の認識を促したことが示唆された。一方,準備不足のままBSL実習に参加する学生の学習態度の改善には至らず,更なる対策が必要であることが明らかになった。
According to a questionnaire about the promotion status of clinical clerkship program, which was conducted in 2016 for the 6th year medical students and the faculty in charge of clinical clerkship (bedside learning: BSL) at Fukushima Medical University, the following three main problems were identified: the lack of awareness of BSL goals (competency) in both of them, the passive attitude and insufficient preparation of students attending BSL, and the insufficient participation of the students in medical treatment. Consequently, in 2018, we established three BSL goals that should be reached by the time of graduation and can be shared between the faculty and students; Comprehensive Goals, Action Goals, and Clinical Reasoning Goals. In addition, we created a new evaluation system using Moodle, an online learning management system, so that the faculty and students can look back on their achievements while checking their goals. In order to verify whether this new evaluation system had been used as expected, and contributed to the solution of the previously identified BSL problems, we investigated how the 4th year students and BSL teachers used the system from 2018 to 2020, which was the period the students completed the BSL primary course, and conducted a questionnaire for the teachers on the effectiveness of the new evaluation system. The results of the analysis showed that the new evaluation system was used by the faculty and was also utilized well for student’s self-evaluation, but the frequency of input of feedback by the faculty and retrospective comments by the students was limited. The responses to the questionnaire suggested that the introduction of the new evaluation system promoted the recognition of the BSL goals among the teachers. However, it became clear that further countermeasures were needed, because the learning attitudes and preparation of the students who participated in BSL were not improved.
Publisher: 福島医学会
language: jpn
URI: http://ir.fmu.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1684
Full text URL: http://ir.fmu.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/123456789/1684/1/FksmMedJ_72_p11.pdf
ISSN: 0016-2582
2436-7826
DOI: 10.5387/fmedj.72.1_11
Related Page: https://doi.org/10.5387/fmedj.72.1_11
Rights: © 2022 福島医学会
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