Theme: 7AA eLearning: Games, resources and platforms
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Qualitative analysis of English version evidence-based-medicine interactive eBook learning effect
Authors: Mao-Meng Tiao
Wei-Yu Lin
Chih-Cheng Hsiao
Institutions: Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital and Chang Gung University College of Medicine - Pediatrics - Taiwan
 
Background

This study was initiated to deeply understand the reasons why students got good learning effect and aroused their interest in evidence based medicine (EBM) interactive electronic book (ebook). 

Summary of Work

English version e-book was designed via SimMAGIC eBook with audio-video (Fig.1). It included the basic concepts of EBM. At the pediatric outpatient clinic, "ebook” and the skills of EBM were presented to the students to formulate a question from a real life patient. Students then practiced the five steps of EBM to search and analyze (Table 1). Our study tried to find their 3 impacts of learning with open questions (Table 2). 

Summary of Results

A total of 23 students completed the questionnaire. Average satisfaction score of the students was 95.6 points (on a scale of 100) and they felt the teaching via e-book was good for immediate interaction and memory. With the interaction of ebooks, 91.3% students felt that learning was improved in this interactive e-book for the more understandable interactive processes and easier to grasp the main points of learning EBM. 86.9% students felt that the ebook learning would increase asking a good search question, appraising the level of evidence and applying these skills to clinical questions for it was much easier than what they thought before. 78.2% students felt this EBM learning model would affect their attitudes towards EBM skills during future practice for their searching skills were much improved after the practice in this class. 

Conclusion

The e-books interactive mode could improve the EBM skills of the students, raised their interest in learning, and would affect most of their attitudes in the future practice. 

Take-home Messages

The integration of e-books interactive mode into clinical cases could improve EBM learning and this was an interesting and good learning effect method even written in English. 

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