A Medical Education Research Library: key research topics and associated experts.

IF 3.1 2区 医学 Q1 EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
Medical Education Online Pub Date : 2024-12-31 Epub Date: 2024-01-07 DOI:10.1080/10872981.2024.2302233
Kaylee Eady, Katherine A Moreau
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When clinician-educators and medical education researchers use and discuss medical education research, they can advance innovation in medical education as well as improve its quality. To facilitate the use and discussions of medical education research, we created a prefatory visual representation of key medical education research topics and associated experts. We conducted one-on-one virtual interviews with medical education journal editorial board members to identify what they perceived as key medical education research topics as well as who they associated, as experts, with each of the identified topics. We used content analysis to create categories representing key topics and noted occurrences of named experts. Twenty-one editorial board members, representing nine of the top medical education journals, participated. From the data we created a figure entitled, Medical Education Research Library. The library includes 13 research topics, with assessment as the most prevalent. It also notes recognized experts, including van der Vleuten, ten Cate, and Norman. The key medical education research topics identified and included in the library align with what others have identified as trends in the literature. Selected topics, including workplace-based learning, equity, diversity, and inclusion, physician wellbeing and burnout, and social accountability, are emerging. Once transformed into an open educational resource, clinician-educators and medical education researchers can use and contribute to the functional library. Such continuous expansion will generate better awareness and recognition of diverse perspectives. The functional library will help to innovate and improve the quality of medical education through evidence-informed practices and scholarship.

医学教育研究图书馆:主要研究课题和相关专家。
当临床教育工作者和医学教育研究人员使用和讨论医学教育研究时,他们可以推动医学教育的创新并提高其质量。为了促进医学教育研究的使用和讨论,我们创建了一个关键医学教育研究课题和相关专家的前言式可视化表述。我们对医学教育期刊编委会成员进行了一对一的虚拟访谈,以确定他们认为哪些是关键的医学教育研究课题,以及他们将哪些人作为专家与每个确定的课题联系在一起。我们使用内容分析法创建了代表关键主题的类别,并记录了指定专家的出现情况。代表九种顶级医学教育期刊的 21 位编委会成员参与了调查。根据这些数据,我们创建了一个名为 "医学教育研究资料库 "的图表。该库包括 13 个研究课题,其中以评估最为普遍。它还注明了公认的专家,包括 van der Vleuten、ten Cate 和 Norman。图书馆中确定和收录的主要医学教育研究课题与其他文献中确定的趋势一致。包括基于工作场所的学习、公平、多样性和包容性、医生福利和职业倦怠以及社会责任在内的部分主题正在出现。一旦转化为开放式教育资源,临床教育工作者和医学教育研究人员就可以使用该功能图书馆并为其做出贡献。这种持续扩展将使人们更好地认识和认可不同的观点。功能图书馆将有助于通过循证实践和学术研究创新和提高医学教育质量。
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Medical Education Online
Medical Education Online EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH-
CiteScore
6.00
自引率
2.20%
发文量
97
审稿时长
8 weeks
期刊介绍: Medical Education Online is an open access journal of health care education, publishing peer-reviewed research, perspectives, reviews, and early documentation of new ideas and trends. Medical Education Online aims to disseminate information on the education and training of physicians and other health care professionals. Manuscripts may address any aspect of health care education and training, including, but not limited to: -Basic science education -Clinical science education -Residency education -Learning theory -Problem-based learning (PBL) -Curriculum development -Research design and statistics -Measurement and evaluation -Faculty development -Informatics/web
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