J Educ Eval Health Prof.  2009;6:5.

Evaluation of a Team-Based Learning Tutor Training Workshop on Research and Publication Ethics by Faculty and Staff Participants

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  • 1Department of Social Medicine, College of Medicine, Hallym Universitye and Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Anyang, Korea. zorro@hallym.ac.kr

Abstract

A team-based Learning (TBL) tutor training workshop on research and publication ethics was offered to 8 faculty members and 3 staff at Hallym University in 2009. To investigate the effect of the workshop and any attitude changes, a questionnaire survey was performed after the 8-hr course. Questions in four categories-general course content, change in attitudes toward research and publication ethics, the TBL format, and an open-ended question about the course--were included. Participants responded positively to all items on general course content. There was a positive change in attitude on research and publication ethics. Participants also responded positively to six items on team-based learning. The overall positive response to the workshop on research and publication ethics suggested the effectiveness of this kind of TBL tutor training course for university faculty and staff.

Keyword

Team-Based Learning; Research Ethics; Publication Ethics; Faculty Training; Course Evaluation
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