Руководства ВЕМЕ

В данном разделе Научно-медицинского информационного портала «Медицинская и фармацевтическая наука Казахстана» представлен перечень руководств впускаемых в рамках деятельности международного сотрудничества по развитию медицинского образования на доказательной основе — Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) Collaboration. ВЕМЕ Collaboration объединяет специалистов в сфере медицинского образования, медицинские школы и профессиональные организации, приверженные развитию медицинского образования, основанного на фактических данных (доказательствах). Результатом работы сотрудничества BEME является выпуск систематических обзоров по широкому спектру тематик в сфере методологии, организации, планирования медицинского образования.


BEME Guide 42: The failure to fail underperforming trainees in health professions education: ABEME systematic review. Monica Yepes-Rios, Nancy Dudek, Rita Duboyce, Jerri Curtis, Rhonda J. Allard & Lara Varpio

BEME Guide 41: Tools for structured team communication in pre-registration health professions education: a Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) review. Sharon Buckley, Lucy Ambrose, Elizabeth Anderson, Jamie J. Coleman, Marianne Hensman, Christine Hirsch, James Hodson, David Morley, Sarah Pittaway & Jonathan Stewart

BEME Guide 40: A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to enhance teaching effectiveness: A 10-year update. Yvonne Steinert, Karen Mann, Brownell Anderson, Bonnie Maureen Barnett, Angel Centeno, Laura Naismith, David Prideaux, John Spencer, Ellen Tullo, Thomas Viggiano, Helena Ward & Diana Dolmans

BEME Guide 39: A BEME systematic review of the effects of interprofessional education. Scott Reeves, Simon Fletcher, Hugh Barr, Ivan Birch, Sylvain Boet, Nigel Davies, Angus McFadyen, Josette Rivera &Simon Kitto

BEME Guide 38: Which professional (non-technical) competencies are most important to the success of graduate veterinarians? A Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) systematic review.  Martin A. Cake, Melinda A. Bell, Julie C. Williams, Fiona J. L. Brown, Marshall Dozier, Susan M. Rhind & Sarah Baillie

BEME Guide 37: Evidence regarding the utility of multiple mini-interview (MMI) for selection to undergraduate health programs: A BEME systematic review.  Eliot L. Rees, Ashley W. Hawarden, Gordon Dent, Richard Hays, Joanna Bates & Andrew B. Hassell

BEME Guide 36: What do tomorrow’s doctors need to learn about ecosystems? – A BEME Systematic Review. Sarah Catherine Walpole, David Pearson, Jonathan Coad & Stefi Barna

BEME Guide 35: A critical hybrid realist-outcomes systematic review of relationships between medical education programmes and communities. R. H. Ellaway, L. O’Gorman, R. Strasser, D. C. Marsh, L. Graves, P. Fink & C. Cervin

BEME Guide 34: Building capacity for education research among clinical educators in the health professions: A BEME (Best Evidence Medical Education) Systematic Review of the outcomes of interventions. Rabia Ahmed, Ameer Farooq, Dale Storie, Lisa Hartling & Anna Oswald

BEME Guide 33: Dynamics of career choice among students in undergraduate medical courses. A BEME systematic review. Sophie J. Querido, David Vergouw, Lode Wigersma, Ronald S. Batenburg, Marlies E. J. De Rond & Olle T. J. Ten Cate

BEME Guide 32: A BEME systematic review of UK undergraduate medical education in the general practice setting. Sophie Park, Nada F. Khan, Mandy Hampshire, Richard Knox, Alice Malpass, James Thomas, Betsy Anagnostelis, Mark Newman, Peter Bower, Joe Rosenthal, Elizabeth Murray, Steve Iliffe, Carl Heneghan, Amanda Band & Zoya Georgieva

BEME Guide 30: The effectiveness of team-based learning on learning outcomes in health professions education. Mim Fatmi, Lisa Hartling, Tracey Hillier, Sandra Campbell & Anna E. Oswald

BEME Guide 29: Educational interventions to improve the meaningful use of Electronic Health Records: A review of the literature. Jermaine Goveia, Feikje Van Stiphout, Zing Cheung, Bharti Kamta, Carolina Keijsers, Gerlof Valk & Edith Ter Braak

BEME Guide 28: Impact of an intercalated BSc on medical student performance and careers: A BEME systematic review. Melvyn Jones, Patrick Hutt, Sophie Eastwood & Surinder Singh

BEME Guide 27: Doctor role modelling in medical education. Vimmi Passi, Samantha Johnson, Ed Peile, Scott Wright, Fred Hafferty & Neil Johnson

BEME Guide 26: A review of longitudinal community and hospital placements in medical education. J. E. Thistlethwaite, Emma Bartle, Amy Ai Ling Chong, Marie-Louise Dick, David King, Sarah Mahoney, Tracey Papinczak & George Tucker

BEME Guide 25: Teaching professionalism in medical education: A Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) systematic review. Hudson Birden, Nel Glass, Ian Wilson, Michelle Harrison, Tim Usherwood & Duncan Nass

BEME Guide 24: A systematic review of the relationship between patient mix and learning in work-based clinical settings. A BEME systematic review. Jip de Jong, Mechteld Visser, Nynke Van Dijk, Cees van der Vleuten & Margreet Wieringa-de Waard

BEME Guide 23: The effectiveness of case-based learning in health professional education. A BEME systematic review. Jill Elizabeth Thistlethwaite, David Davies, Samilia Ekeocha, Jane M. Kidd, Colin MacDougall, Paul Matthews, Judith Purkis & Diane Clay

BEME Guide 22: Features of educational interventions that lead to compliance with hand hygiene in healthcare professionals within a hospital care setting. A BEME systematic review.  Mary Gemma Cherry, Jeremy M. Brown, George S. Bethell, Tim Neal & Nigel J. Shaw

BEME Guide 21: The effects of audience response systems on learning outcomes in health professions education. A BEME systematic review. Cody Nelson, Lisa Hartling, Sandra Campbell & Anna E. Oswald

BEME Guide 20: What is the impact of structured resuscitation training on healthcare practitioners, their clients and the wider service? A BEME systematic review. Chiara Mosley, Christopher Dewhurst, Stephen Molloy & Ben Nigel Shaw

BEME Guide 19: Faculty development initiatives designed to promote leadership in medical education. A BEME systematic review. Yvonne Steinert, Laura Naismith & Karen Mann

BEME Guide 18: Teaching musculoskeletal clinical skills to medical trainees and physicians: A Best Evidence in Medical Education systematic review of strategies and their effectiveness.  Alexandra O’Dunn-Orto, Lisa Hartling, Sandra Campbell & Anna E. Oswald

BEME Guide 17: What impact do structured educational sessions to increase emotional intelligence have on medical students? M. Gemma Cherry, Ian Fletcher, Helen O’sullivan & Nigel Shaw

BEME Guide 16: Are journal clubs effective in supporting evidence-based decision making? A systematic review. Janet Harris, Karen Kearley, Carl Heneghan, Emma Meats, Nia Roberts, Rafael Perera & Katharine Kearley-Shiers

BEME Guide 15: What features of educational interventions lead to competence in aseptic insertion and maintenance of CV catheters in acute care? M. Gemma Cherry, Jeremy M. Brown, Timothy Neal & Nigel Ben Shaw

BEME Guide 14: The effect of educational games on medical students’ learning outcomes: A systematic review. Elie A. Akl, Richard W. Pretorius, Kay Sackett, W. Scott Erdley, Paranthaman S. Bhoopathi, Ziad Alfarah & Holger J. Schünemann

BEME Guide 13: Conducting a best evidence systematic review. Part 1: From idea to data coding. Marilyn Hammick, Timothy Dornan & Yvonne Steinert

BEME Guide 12: The effectiveness of portfolios for post-graduate assessment and education. Claire Tochel, Alex Haig, Anne Hesketh, Ann Cadzow, Karen Beggs, Iain Colthart & Heather Peacock

BEME Guide 11: The educational effects of portfolios on undergraduate student learning: A Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) systematic review. Sharon Buckley, Jamie Coleman, Ian Davison, Khalid S Khan, Javier Zamora, Sadia Malick, David Morley, David Pollard, Tamasine Ashcroft, Celia Popovic & Jayne Sayers

BEME Guide 10: The effectiveness of self-assessment on the identification of learner needs, learner activity, and impact on clinical practice. Iain Colthart, Gellisse Bagnall, Alison Evans, Helen Allbutt, Alex Haig, Jan Illing & Brian McKinstry

BEME Guide 9: A best evidence systematic review of interprofessional education. M. Hammick, D. Freeth, I. Koppel, S. Reeves & H. Barr

BEME Guide 8: A systematic review of faculty development initiatives designed to improve teaching effectiveness in medical education. Yvonne Steinert PhD, Karen Mann, Angel Centeno, Diana Dolmans, John Spencer, Mark Gelula & David Prideaux

BEME Guide 7: Systematic review of the literature on assessment, feedback and physicians’ clinical performance. Jon Veloski, James R. Boex, Margaret J. Grasberger, Adam Evans & Daniel B. Wolfson

BEME Guide 6: How can experience in clinical and communitysettings contribute to early medical education? A BEME systematic review. Dr T. Dornan, S. Littlewood, S.A. Margolis, A. Scherpbier, J. Spencer & V. Ypinazar

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