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  Title Effects of the Mock Technique System: teaching students technique evaluation
Journal J Chiropr Educ. 1999 Fall;13(2):100-109
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes The purpose of the study was to determine the effectiveness of having chiropractic and naturopathic students evaluate a simulated diagnostic/therapeutic technique system in teaching the evaluation of technique systems and to determine factors that affect this pedagological technique. The participants were first-semester chiropractic and naturopathic medicine students (N = 31). Students were asked to evaluate a simulated diagnostic/therapeutic technique system, the Mock Technique System (MTS), through surveys and interviews. The majority of students found that the evaluation of the MTS was a valuable exercise and that it improved their confidence in their ability to perform a similar evaluation on a real chiropractic diagnostic/therapeutic technique system. The study concluded that the evaluation of the MTS is a valuable classroom simulation exercise for chiropractic and naturopathic students. This exercise allowed the majority of students to strengthen their analytical skills concerning the evaluation of dignostic/therapeutic technique systems.

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