Ambulatory Pediatric Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC, USA, 1996/05/08.
To develop a computer-based teaching program using a hospital health care system to instruct pediatric and medicine-pediatric residents (MPR) in pediatric emergency medicine, and to determine residents'participation, interest, and benefit from the project over 3 years'time.
University-affiliated pediatric hospital.
One multiple-choice question about pediatric emergency medicine was sent daily to pediatric residents and MPR via the hospital health care system's internal electronic mail (e-mail) system.
Residents were asked to reply electronically with the correct answer.
The next day, the correct answer, discussion, and a new question were sent to the residents via e-mail.
Tabulated electronic participation for 3 years ; self-report surveys of participation after 1 and 3 years'participation.
Pretest and post-test scores before and after I year of participation.
From October 3,1994, to June 14,1995,52 of 64 pediatric residents and MPR (81%) elected to receive the e-mail questions, but only 31 (48%) sent electronic replies.
The average number of e-mail replies received per resident that year was 38 (22%) of 171 (range, 1-164 e-mail replies ; median, 33).
In academic years 1995-1996 and 1996-1997, although averages and ranges were similar, regular c-mail participation declined.
Residents preferred to participate by reading e-mail only. (...)
Mots-clés Pascal : Programme, Enseignement, Pédiatrie, Médecine, Urgence, Diffusion, Internet, Homme, E-mail
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Program, Teaching, Pediatrics, Medicine, Emergency, Diffusion, Internet, Human
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 99-0037458
Code Inist : 002B30A09. Création : 31/05/1999.