Publications by authors named "Marius Crome"

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Application of the inverted classroom model in the teaching module "new classification of periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions" during the COVID-19 pandemic.

GMS J Med Educ 2021;38(5):Doc89. Epub 2021 Jun 15.

Hannover Medical School, Department of Conservative Dentistry, Periodontology and Preventive Dentistry, Hannover, Germany.

Due to the need for patient-free dental education during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hannover Medical School (MHH) implemented a new periodontology module. Its didactic structure was based on the "inverted classroom model" (ICM) in combination with elements of case-based learning. The educational objective was to increase the diagnostic confidence of dental students in the classification of periodontal patients (staging & grading), based on 33 digitized patient cases. To assess the suitability of the module for future dental curricula, this study aimed to evaluate student satisfaction and skills acquisition. The periodontology module, which was attended by final year dental students of MHH (n=55, mean age: 26.5±3.9 years, male/female ratio: 24.1%/75.9%) was evaluated in a two-tiered way. Student satisfaction was recorded using a questionnaire. Learning success was assessed by comparing error rates in patient case classifications before (T) and after (T) participation in the periodontology module. The study found a high level of student satisfaction with the ICM format and a significant reduction in error rates (T error rate=28.3%; MV±SD=3.12±1.67 vs. T error rate=18.7%; MV±SD=2.06±1.81; Δ=9.6%). However, of the 11 diagnostic decisions required, only four parameters (extent, grading, percentage of bone loss per age, phenotype) showed significant improvements, with effect sizes ranging from small to medium. The ICM-based teaching concept is definitely not an alternative to patient-based learning. However, in regard to student satisfaction and learning success, it might be superior to conventional classroom-based lectures, especially when complex topics are covered. In summary, the newly developed periodontology module may be a useful addition to traditional dental education in future curricula, even for the time after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8256130PMC
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