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Evaluation of efficacy of computer based simulation method in the clinical teaching of Final BAMS students

Vaishali Vasantrao Kuchewar, Dr. Suresh Tankhiwale.

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Introduction - Medical simulation is a branch of simulation technology related to education and training in medical fields. Different classifications of simulation devices exist. Computer based simulation is one of them. It is a low cost simulation. The extent of clinical exposure to certain basic procedures is inadequate in the Ayurvedic educational institutions. This situation made us to think of alternative options to change the scenario. Objectives - The study was undertaken to introduce computer based simulation method in clinical teaching & to evaluate its efficacy in retention of knowledge & procedural skills.Material & method Final year BAMS students were randomly divided into two groups. Group A(control group) & B(Intervention group) were taught by traditional method and computer based simulation method respectively. Knowledge gain was determined using pretest & posttest. Procedural performance was assessed on a standardized patient and manikins. Feedback was obtained from intervention group to assess their perception.
Observation & Result - The pretest posttest analysis showed significant improvement in retention of knowledge in intervention group as compared to control group. The analysis of procedural performance indicated enhancement of procedural skills in intervention group
Conclusion -It is economically feasible, can apply to make the students competent in all the domains cognitive, psychomotor & affective.

Conclusion -It is economically feasible, can apply to make the students competent in all the domains cognitive, psychomotor & affective.
Key words affective, Computer based simulation, cognitive, manikins, psychomotor, standardized patient
Key massage There is a need to incorporate this method in Ayurveda to enhance clinical skills of students.

Key words: Affective, Cognitive, Computer based simulation, Manikins, Medical simulation, Psychomotor, Standardized patient


 
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