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Efficacy of a 3-hour Aboriginal health teaching in the medical curriculum: Are we changing student knowledge and attitudes?

2011

Zhou, A.W., Boshart, S., Seelisch, J., Eshaghian, R., McLeod, R., Nisker, J., Richmond, C.A.M., & Howard, J.M.

Health Education Journal

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This article evaluates the efficacy of a 3-hour Aboriginal health seminar for first and second year medical students at the University of Western Ontario. The evaluation assesses student knowledge, perceptions about sociocultural and economic factors affecting health, and preparedness to care for Indigenous patients.

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Efficacy of a 3-hour Aboriginal health teaching in the medical curriculum: Are we changing student knowledge and attitudes?.

Zhou, A.W., Boshart, S., Seelisch, J., Eshaghian, R., McLeod, R., Nisker, J., Richmond, C.A.M., & Howard, J.M. (2011). Efficacy of a 3-hour Aboriginal health teaching in the medical curriculum: Are we changing student knowledge and attitudes? Health Education Journal, 71(2), 180-88.

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