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Adibi P, Daryazadeh S. Status of holding morning report sessions from participants’ viewpoint: A qualitative study. DSME. 2020; 7 (2) :61-70
URL: http://dsme.hums.ac.ir/article-1-301-en.html
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
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Introduction: Morning report is one of the most important fields of clinical education and it differs in terms of context and presentation, content, and educational goals in different educational departments. These differences may be due to preferences or a tendency for specific educational topics that do not necessarily fit the learners' needs. This study aimed to explain the viewpoints of residents and internal medicine faculties about the status of holding morning report sessions.

Materials and Methods: The study was a qualitative content analysis, and 18 faculty members and residents of the internal medicine department were selected purposefully for individual interviews. The content of the interviews was analyzed using MAXQDA10 software.

Results: After merging and deleting similar and duplicate codes, a total of 76 codes were obtained. The status of morning report sessions was extracted into two main themes of participation and presentation framework, and was divided into four main categories, including participants, training process, reporting, and scheduling, as well as 15 subcategories.

Conclusion: From the participants' viewpoint, there is still a gap between the quality of morning reports and the desired educational quality. We need to take steps to improve the quality of education in clinical settings by considering standards to rectify these educational gaps.

Morning Report, Clinical Education, Internal Medicine


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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/05/17 | Accepted: 2020/05/17 | Published: 2020/05/17

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