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MiC PPD 1.4 - 1.6


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Up-to-date
As a 21st century doctor you will need [_______] information
Escalate
The volume of medical knowledge continues to [________]
Out-of-date
Much of what you learn now will soon be [_______]
Up-to-date and effective
Your future patients deserve the most [_______] care you can provide
Selection, integration and analysis
The three stages of self-reflection
Longitudinal
A study that takes place over a long period of time
Participant observation
A study that requires participation as well as observation when gathering information
Qualitative
A type of research which focuses on gathering opinions and non-numerical data
Quantities
Things that can be measured, weighed or otherwise described on a scale where all the intervals are even (length, weight are examples)
Qualities
Things that cannot be measured on a scale where the intervals are even, and sometimes cannot be measured at all (pain, malaise are examples)
Continuous
Quantities which can take any value on an interval scale (e.g. length)
Discrete
Quantities which can take only take some values on an interval scale (e.g. number of patients)
Ordinal
Qualities that can sometimes be ranked or placed in order (e.g pain can be perceived as more or less severe)
Nominal
Qualities which cannot be ranked but merely placed in categories
Objective
Quantitative data are generally [_______]
Subjective
Qualitative data are generally [_______]
Interest, correspondence, novelty
People rank stories on the basis of these factors, in order of importance. [_______], [_______], [_______], proximity, importance and truth
Proximity, importance and truth
People rank stories on the basis of these factors, in order of importance. Interest, correspondence, novelty, [_______], [_______] and [_______]