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Application of Feedback Education to the Progression Notes Written by Medical Students in Surgical Clerkship

Other Title
외과 임상실습학생들의 경과기록지 작성에 적용한 되먹임 교육의 경험
한, 상욱; 김, 명욱; 소, 의영; 홍, 정; 이, 태승
Korean journal of medical education, 12(2):173-180, 2000
Journal Title
Korean journal of medical education
Background: Progression note is a critical source in patient care. It is used to evaluate physician performance as well as the quality of clinical care. However, the majority of medical schools do not formally teach how to write

progression notes. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to determine the impact of feedback education on the quality of the students’ progression notes.

Methods: A static group-comparison design was used to determine the quality of progression notes written by 64 students. 31 students received feedback, but the other 33 students did not. 219 patients’ progression notes were selected for this study. Progression notes were blindly reviewed by the 3 faculty members.

Results: Progression notes from students who received feedback showed significantly higher scores than those students who did not received feedback (p<0.05).

Conclusions: Our findings suggest that feedback education in writing progression notes needs to be integrated

to improve quality of the notes.
Feedback EducationProgression NoteMedical Student
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