© John Wiley & Sons Ltd 2015. MEDICAL EDUCATION 2015
Edited By: Kevin W. Eva
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Associated Title(s): The Clinical Teacher
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‘Sorry, I meant the patient's left side’: impact of distraction on left–right discrimination
by John McKinley, Martin Dempster & Gerard J. Gormley
Medical students can have difficulty in distinguishing left from right. Many infamous medical errors have occurred when a procedure has been performed on the wrong side. This study aims to elucidate the impacts of different types of distraction on left–right discrimination ability.
Dr Gerry Gormley, from Queen’s University Belfast and lead supervisor of the study, shares some insight.
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Putting ‘regulated’ back into self-regulated learning
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Impact of distraction on left-right discrimination
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Cyberbullying among trainee doctors
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