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Abstract Title:

Use of the latent image technique to develop and evaluate problem-solving skills.

Abstract Source:

Am J Med Technol. 1975 Dec;41(12):457-62. PMID: 2010

Abstract Author(s):

M L Schwabbauer

Abstract:

This project involved designing, developing and evaluating a simulation module, utilizing the latent image technique. The general topic chosen for this simulation was the laboratory characterization of anemias. Target learner populations included medical technology students, physician assistant students, and pathology residents. Members of all three groups participated in the evaluation of the module and responded to its use in varied settings.

Study Type : Animal Study

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