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Empowering students in transition: peer mentoring to support first and final year students

Empowering students in transition: peer mentoring to support first and final year students

development of a university student identity for commencing students and the transition to a graduate identity for final year students. In the embedded TiTo model presented in this paper, mentoring was integrated into the first year curriculum, provided to all first year students in face-to-face classes. We also trialled TiTo in optional online discussion groups in a blended learning context. In both learning environments, mentors worked with a small group of five to six first year students on development of skills to support completion of assessment tasks for eight weeks of the semester. In the face-to-face approach mentors attended the second hour of tutorials and worked with the students, while the tutor stayed in the room. The focus in both the face-to- face and blended learning contexts was on supporting the academic skill development to assist first year students to complete their assessment on time and with confidence. In addition, psychosocial transition issues were covered, such as building connections to other students and practical aspects, such as access to support services.
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The transition into veterinary practice: Opinions of recent graduates and final year students

The transition into veterinary practice: Opinions of recent graduates and final year students

Methods: The study was carried out across 3 veterinary schools in the United Kingdom. Paper based or electronic surveys were used. Final year students in the 3 schools were surveyed either electronically (school A) or on paper (schools B and C). Student cohort sizes were 112, 227 and 102 respectively. Recent graduates were contacted either at a reunion event (school A) or electronically from database records (school B and school C). Cohort sizes of contacted graduates were 80, 175 and 91 respectively. Respondents were asked to rate 42 individual attributes on a 5 point Likert scale. Focus groups with final year students and recent graduates and telephone interviews with recent graduates were carried out. Data were analysed by two researchers through a combination of manual coding and thematic analysis. Data were grouped into broad themes then sorted into narrower themes. Data were then searched for counter examples.
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The tendency of KKTM Rembau's final year students to involve in entrepreneurship career

The tendency of KKTM Rembau's final year students to involve in entrepreneurship career

iv ABSTRACT This study discussing on the factors that contribute to the tendency of final year students of Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA Rembau to involve in entrepreneurship career. There are two factors has been identified which are internal and external factors. Internal factors consist of motivation, attitude and perception while external factor consists of social support values. Data acquired through the questionnaire and a total of 100 students from the last semester have answered the questionnaire. Based on the finding, there is a relationship between factors and intention to be an entrepreneur except social support values. The data has been process by using SPSS version 20. Finally, the study also discussed a few suggestions to develop further research and recommendations to the top management of KKTM Rembau to improvise the entrepreneurship planning in order to develop more entrepreneurs in future.
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28. An Evaluation of Information Systems Course: A Reflection from Final Year Students

28. An Evaluation of Information Systems Course: A Reflection from Final Year Students

By exploring the perception of final year students of their preparedness for the workforce through the BIS course and ways to improve the course, this study will be valuable to the University under study. This understanding is particularly important as the University under study is working towards a new model and, therefore, significant changes to the structures of many existing courses are expected. Although the BIS course has been regularly revised and improved since it was established in 1996, no systematic evaluation has been performed to assess the perception of BIS graduates regarding their preparedness for the workforce. With a better understanding of the value of the BIS course in preparing students for the workplace and possible ways to improve it, the course can be better designed within the new model to ensure the effectiveness of the course in producing IS professionals which are expected and demanded by the marketplace. The insights obtained from this study will also be valuable for other Universities offering IS course.
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The relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership among the educational final year students

The relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership among the educational final year students

So the aims of, this study is to determine the level of the educational final year students and the relationship between the emotional intelligence with leadership style. The total of respondents are 26 students from Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM). The researchers were using questionnaires as an instrument to collect the data from respondents. After that, it was analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Science. The data gathered the level of students emotional intelligence in a moderate level based on self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management elements. There is also a relationship between an emotional intelligence with leadership styles of students.
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170+ Arduino Projects For Final Year Students

170+ Arduino Projects For Final Year Students

This IC provides the year, month, date, hour, minute and second information in binary form through an lcd display. 80 Digital Combination Lock: This is an security application by using an Arduino. the Arduino will control the door lock, by the combination of digits or combinations. the user can lock and unlock the door by pressing the digits on the hex key pad, which consists of numbers and digits. This hex key pad is interfaced with the Arduino and can be operated by the Arduino sketch (programming).

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Internal medicine question papers for MBBS final year students

Internal medicine question papers for MBBS final year students

Etiology, clinical features, complications, investigations and management of Enteric fever.. Classify Diabetes Mellitus.[r]

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The Cardiff University buddy scheme: how to prepare outgoing students using the experience of the year abroad and final-year students

The Cardiff University buddy scheme: how to prepare outgoing students using the experience of the year abroad and final-year students

The first few weeks following the arrival of students in their host universities or working environments tax our personal and professional resources to the limit due to the different levels of help and support offered by Spanish/Latin American and francophone universities or by managers in the workplace. Despite the high level of care and advice provided, including school-wide, departmental, and destination meetings, some pre-departure students are still overwhelmed and unable to cope with the different practices and responses they get abroad. A solution had to be found. This led us to reflect on our own practice and how to have a real impact on the students’ experiences by putting in place a new system involving the most important asset for a university: the students themselves. The answer to our struggles and dilemma was obvious: students at different stages of their degree would be involved, consequently a ‘connection’ would be made via a peer mentoring relationship which would establish itself throughout the students’ university life, at home and abroad.
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Rural internships for final year students: clinical experience, education and workforce

Rural internships for final year students: clinical experience, education and workforce

Supervisors were very supportive of the program . Some initially struggled with the concept of supervision of senior students who required less formal teaching and were able to contribute to patient care in a delegated way. Once these issues had been dealt with, staff were able to develop local models to keep the students busy with useful learning experiences that did not demand too much staff time. All preceptors were keen to accept more rural interns, with specific feedback from medical superintendents demonstrating rural interns were not a burden to the system in terms of teaching time and other resources. In most cases the students were making such a significant contribution to patient care that they were actually saving time for other staff.
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Reflections final year students of the Faculty of Medicine in Osijek on the future of the profession

Reflections final year students of the Faculty of Medicine in Osijek on the future of the profession

Results. The most common reasons for staying in Croatia are family, social life and settled housing question. The most common reasons for leaving and working abroad are better working conditions, better pay, dissatisfaction with the state of affairs and greater opportunities in other countries. Most respondents who intend to stay in Croatia want to work in the thei profession as well as most respondents who intend to move out. Most of the subjects studying medicine have the intention to stay in Croatia. Most of the undergraduate nursing students have intention to emigrate. The most desirable country for emigration is Germany.
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Medication administration and final year nursing students

Medication administration and final year nursing students

undergraduate nursing programs are taught that this skill demands absolute vigilance in safety. This paper reports on a PhD study aimed at identifying the experiences of final year undergraduate nursing students when administering medications to patients in the clinical setting. A grounded theory approach with constant comparative analysis informed the development of an explanatory substantive theory. A sample of 28 final year undergraduate nursing students from a regional university provided data in order for theory development. This study identified that supervision was central to medication administration experiences for final year students. The discourse foci will be supervision levels provided by registered nurses. The findings in regards to supervision have numerous implications for safe medication
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Andhra Pradesh Final Year Engineering Students Database

Andhra Pradesh Final Year Engineering Students Database

For Security reasons last 3 digits of the Mobile Number has been Masced. For getting Full Data with Clear Mobile Numbers and Email IDs, please call us on 095512 95870 If you want to verify the data genuinity, u can randomly pick up any 3 numbers and mail me back for which we give you the full data. This way u can feel more confident as you are picking up the sample on your own When you send an SMS or Email to 5,000 current final year students about your programs, even if 2-3% of students join with you also, you get 100-150 admissions. If it is 1% you still get 50 admissions
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Video-based on-ward supervision for final year medical students

Video-based on-ward supervision for final year medical students

Methods: Nine final year medical students (three male, six female; aged 25.1 ± 0.7 years) and eight patients (five male, three female; aged 59.3 ± 16.8 years) participated in the pilot study. Final year students performed routine medical procedures at bedside on internal medicine wards at the University of Heidelberg Medical Hospital. Students were filmed and were under supervision. After performing the procedures, an oral feedback loop was established including student, patient and supervisor feedback on communicative and procedural aspects of skills performed. Finally, students watched their video, focusing on specific teachable moments mentioned by the supervisor. Written evaluations and semi-structured interviews were conducted that focused on the benefits of video-based, on-ward supervision.
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Antimicrobial knowledge and confidence amongst final year medical students in Australia

Antimicrobial knowledge and confidence amongst final year medical students in Australia

should be adequately supported to have routine access to and make use of guidelines in clinical practice [22,34,35]. Students tended to believe that numerous factors had a high impact on increasing antimi- crobial resistance. In particular, ‘prescribing antibiotics when the situation does not warrant its use’, and ‘using the wrong antibiotic for the situation’ were the factors that were more likely to be seen as contributing to antimicrobial resistance. This is consistent with studies conducted in Europe that also found that final year students and interns had a high awareness of the prob- lem of antimicrobial resistance, and the role numerous factors played in contributing to this resistance [15,36].
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Introducing Latex to Undergraduate Students for Final Year Project Report in College of Engineering

Introducing Latex to Undergraduate Students for Final Year Project Report in College of Engineering

College of Engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Jalan IKRAM-UNITEN, Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia ABSTRACT Report writing is one of the skills necessary for engineering students to master. There are various computer-aided tools for them to choose from. LaTeX is one of them. We have formed a committee in College of Engineering, UNITEN called TuG@UNITEN with objective to introduce and expose students to LaTeX. The committee has conducted numerous workshops for final year students in the college every semester, separating them to two groups according to course taken, either FYP1 or FYP2. This paper will discuss about the resources used in conducting the workshop.
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Web Projects for Final Year Biology Students

Web Projects for Final Year Biology Students

Final year biology undergraduates commonly do a research project that may account for 25% - 33% of their final year marks. In place of conventional laboratory/library projects, students have been encouraged to build an educational program demonstrating a negotiated topic. There are a number of distinct stages in these projects which are clearly described before the student begins a project.

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LANGUAGES - IMPERATIVE FOR FINAL YEAR DEGREE STUDENTS

LANGUAGES - IMPERATIVE FOR FINAL YEAR DEGREE STUDENTS

Some students, when beginning a linguistics course, believe it will help them improve their knowledge of their first language. In fact this is not something you can expect from a linguistics course. You already know the great majority of the words, the grammatical patterns, and the usage conventions that you will need to survive. Of course you can improve; you can learn new words and expressions, become more proficient with the grammatical patterns that are part of formal language, and get better at using language to accomplish your goals. Most of the improvement should come naturally as you are exposed to the complex language of academia and the workplace. But you will also face evaluations of your language by other people — teachers, colleagues, supervisors, even family and friends — throughout your life. You will be in a better position to make use of this criticism and advice if you understand what sort of problem is involved (if there really is a problem) and how it fits into the larger scheme of things. This is where linguistics can help.
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Final year medical students’ understanding of family medicine

Final year medical students’ understanding of family medicine

Objective. The European Academy of Teachers in General Practice / Family Medicine (EURACT) has developed an educational agenda, the key document for teaching family medicine in Europe. The aim of our study was to find out how final year medical students at the begin- ning of their family medicine clerkship understand the discipline of family medicine. Methods. The attitudes toward family medicine were paraphrased and developed into a 164-item questionnaire, which was administered to 335 final-year medical students at the beginning of their clerkship. Using combinatorial optimization with genetic algo- rithms we selected 30 items which yielded the highest Cronbach alpha reliability coefficient. Finally, we performed a factor analysis to find which dimensions of family medicine were recognised by the students and compared them with the domains defined in the EURACT defini- tion. Results. The 30-item questionnaire had a Cronbach alpha reli- ability coefficient of 0.919. The differences between male and female students were not very significant (p=0.061). With the factor analysis we recognised seven factors, belonging to three out of six domains of the EURACT educational agenda: primary care management, person- centeredness and comprehensive approach. Conclusion. Final-year medical students at the beginning of their family medicine clerkship understand some of the dimensions of family medicine rather well, but they are not aware of some important competences of family doc- tors. There is a necessity to teach students about specific problem solv- ing skills and the importance of balance between the health needs of an individual patient and the community.
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Registration information for final year Australian medical students

Registration information for final year Australian medical students

11. If you are concerned about the contents of this statement and any events that may need to be declared in future when applying for registration, you should speak with the Dean or contact the Council directly. 12. Failure to declare the required information could well jeopardise you obtaining registration. 13. Gaining your medical education is an exciting and challenging time but is also stressful. Good habits built during the medical school years enable you to face the challenges ahead and maintain a balanced healthy lifestyle. Medical students’ associations promote this aspect during your medical education and the Council urges you to become involved in their activities.
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Understanding of COPD among final-year medical students

Understanding of COPD among final-year medical students

To correctly interpret our results, some methodological considerations must be kept in mind. Participation in the survey was voluntary which may imply a selection bias. Although the study was not based on a study population sample to guarantee the representiveness of the selected sample, the response rate provides a sample size that sug- gests that the data presented may be a reflection of the reality for students at our university. On the other hand, given the intrinsic limitations in completing a survey, the number of evaluated concepts was limited. Finally, this survey was done at a specific university within a geographical framework and set time frame. It would be ideal for future studies to confirm our findings in other geographic areas and to be completed over time in order to identify teaching processes to improve knowledge about the disease among future doctors.
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