INMED2017 ePosters

Education and Assessment

An Investigation into Peer Facilitated Problem Based Learning – Aileen Patterson (Trinity College Dublin)

Building a machine learning model to predict the polarity of student feedback comments. – Richard Arnett (RCSI)

Detecting signals within the noise – methodologies for finding meaning in large data sets. Case Study: ‘Medical Education’ publications 1951-2016. – Richard Arnett (RCSI)

Development of a Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) Method for the Teaching of Pharmaceutics in a Novel Integrated Pharmacy Curriculum- Zeibun Ramtoola (School of Pharmacy, RCSI)

Effectiveness of university-based primary prevention programmes for sexual violence perpetration: A systematic review protocol – Mary Tien-Yi Wang & Dr. Caroline Kelleher (School Of Medicine RCSI)

Medical Humanities and Art: Graduate Entry Medical Student selected Themes and Media in a Special Study Module James – A O’Hare (University Limerick Graduate Entry medical School)

Mission and Strategic objectives for the RCSI’s Academic & Educational Building – James M Murray (RCSI)

Modern anatomy resources; Is anatomical variation being neglected?- Shane Davy (Trinity College, Dublin)

Reliving the suspense: an ethnography of the OSCE- Grainne Kearney (Centre for Medical Education, Queen’s University Belfast)

Training and competency assessment of non-laboratory healthcare professionals for Point-of-care-testing (POCT) services in a large academic teaching hospital – Compliance with International standard ISO 15189 – Felicity Dempsey (Biochemistry Department, St James’s Hospital, Dublin)

Investigating the use of images in assessment; comparison of illustrated vs. text-alone vignettes in histology multiple choice questions – Jane Holland (RCSI)

Reflective Journal Assessment in a year 3 Professionalism OSCE Station; Comparing Cronbach’s Alpha and G-Coefficient as measures of Reliability, Validity and Educational Decision-making- Thomas Kropmans (School of Medicine NUIG)

How does culture impact trust in the patient-doctor relationship? – Malak Al Qubaisi (Health Profession Education Centre, RCSI