La tunisie Medicale - 2020 ; Vol 98 ( n°011 ) : 772-775
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Summary

Introduction: Learning clinical teaching is an alternative to traditional forms of teaching. Its objective is to lead the student to acquire a relevant diagnostic approach by developing a clinical reasoning.
Aim: To evaluate these sessions in Pediatrics, with students in the second cycle of medical study
Methods: A session on the topic of "stunting" was scheduled as an CRL with second cycle of medical studies 2 (SCMS2) students during their Pediatrics Placement, with a pre and post test administered and a self-administered questionnaire.
Results: Two groups of students that included twenty-three students participated in the session. Pre-test scores ranged from 0/10 to 6.8 / 10 and post-test scores from 6.5 / 10 to 9/10. The average pre- and post-test scores, were respectively 4.26 ± 1.37/10 and 7.35 ± 0.7 / 10 (P <0.001). Twenty-two students reported their overall satisfaction with teaching. The overall rating score was 4.39 ± 0.49/ five points. The average of the ratings for new knowledge delivery, achievement of educational objectives, interaction and participation were greater than 4.3 / 5.
Conclusion: This form of small group learning seems to have legitimacy in Pediatric education.

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