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MoMEd: An evidence-based large-scale mobile learning initiative. The current model of mobile learning at BSMS. Smartphone app offered to all students in years 3-5 with their own device . Year 3 Year 4 Year 5.

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the current model of mobile learning at bsms
The current model of mobile learning at BSMS

Smartphone app offered to all students in years 3-5 with their own device

Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

identification of the potential of mobile devices in medical education
Identification of the potential of mobile devices in medical education

BSMS, as a new medical school, wants students to become familiar with mobile technology and take advantage of the technology to explore innovative approaches to teaching and learning.

“Use information effectively in a medical context”

“Make effective use of computers and other information systems”

Prof Jon Cohen, Dean of BSMS, 2003

GMC’s Tomorrow’s Doctors (2009)

what is the impact of putting digital mobile resources in the hands of medical students
What is the impact of putting digital mobile resources in the hands of medical students?

How do medical student really use mobile devices in the clinical setting?

What barriers exist?How can they be overcome?

What is the impact on students’ learning?

Mobile Medical Education (MoMEd) - how mobile information resources contribute to learning for undergraduate clinical students: a mixed methods study. Bethany S Davies et al, BMC Medical Education, 2012, 12:1

a large scale deployment of mobile learning at bsms
A large-scale deployment of mobile learning at BSMS

Offered to students in years 3, 4, 5 (n=419)

Loaned PDA and software for free

set up roll out and maintenance requires several specialist roles and teamwork
Set-up, roll-out, and maintenance requires several specialist roles and teamwork

Director of Undergraduate Studies

IT Manager

Librarian

Clinical Research Fellow

Divisional assistant

IT Technician

Learning Technologist

data collection using triangulation approach
Data collection using triangulation approach

Questionnaires

Usage stats on server

Focus groups

what the usage stats told us
What the usage stats told us

Resource popularity

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pilot of the dr companion tm app with students own devices byod
Pilot of the Dr Companiontmapp with students’ own devices (BYOD)

4 month trial

48 students with own iOS device

Contract to self-report usage and focus group participation

No cross-search tool

No usage tracking

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Use of app version was significantly higher and more highly praised (although psychosocial barriers remained)

Frequency of use went up to 90%

“I use WAY less Google/Wikipedia!!!”

“Fast access to trusted facts”

“I've been quite reluctant to use it in front of patients/doctors”

Wish list: cross-search tool, medical dictionary, anatomy, module handbooks, quizzes, videos…

the current model at bsms is app with byod
The current model at BSMS is app with BYOD

Offered to all students in years 3-5 with their own device

Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

thank you

Thank you

Find out more from:

Dr Inam Haq, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Dr Bethany Davies, Clinical Teaching Fellow

Mark Packer, ICT Manager,

Jil Fairclough, Medical School Librarian

Tim Vincent, Learning Technologist, t.r.vincent@bsms.ac.uk

Follow MoMEd on Twitter @bsms_momed