Learning style changes in chiropractic students moving from academic learning to clinical application
Beck, R., Walker, B.F., Hecimovich, M., Ebrall, P., Giuriato, R. and Kimpton , A. (2009) Learning style changes in chiropractic students moving from academic learning to clinical application. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 2 (1). pp. 20-29.
The transition period from basic science studies to full-time clinical studies, including the internship or preceptorship, is often a difficult time for students because of the differences and complexities between basic science knowledge and clinical circumstances. This is commonly seen with many students in a variety of health care programs including chiropractic. This article reviews concepts which may aid educators in determining the most effective ways to help students transition from didactic learner to student-clinician. The paper reviews several theoretical concepts focusing on the application of student learning preferences and the pedagogical implications for how to best address these preferences in clinical training.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Chiropractic and Sports Science|
|Publisher:||Intellectbase International Consortium|
|Copyright:||©2003-2009 INTELLECTBASE INTERNATIONAL CONSORTIUM|
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