Jan Kiesewetter

Institute for Medical Education LMU Munich, München, Bayern, Germany 
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Hege I, Hiedl M, Huth KC, et al. (2022) Differences in clinical reasoning between female and male medical students. Diagnosis (Berlin, Germany)
Bauer E, Fischer F, Kiesewetter J, et al. (2020) Diagnostic Activities and Diagnostic Practices in Medical Education and Teacher Education: An Interdisciplinary Comparison. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 562665
Kiesewetter J, Dimke B. (2020) Emotional speed-dating as a part of medical students' resilience training. Medical Education. 54: 473-474
Kiesewetter J, Sailer M, Jung VM, et al. (2020) Learning clinical reasoning: how virtual patient case format and prior knowledge interact. Bmc Medical Education. 20: 73
Fink MC, Radkowitsch A, Bauer E, et al. (2020) Simulation research and design: a dual-level framework for multi-project research programs Educational Technology Research and Development. 69: 809-841
Braun LT, Borrmann KF, Lottspeich C, et al. (2019) Guessing right - whether and how medical students give incorrect reasons for their correct diagnoses. Gms Journal For Medical Education. 36: Doc85
Weidenbusch M, Lenzer B, Sailer M, et al. (2019) Can clinical case discussions foster clinical reasoning skills in undergraduate medical education? A randomised controlled trial. Bmj Open. 9: e025973
Gross B, Rusin L, Kiesewetter J, et al. (2019) Microlearning for patient safety: Crew resource management training in 15-minutes. Plos One. 14: e0213178
Gross B, Rusin L, Kiesewetter J, et al. (2019) Crew resource management training in healthcare: a systematic review of intervention design, training conditions and evaluation. Bmj Open. 9: e025247
Braun LT, Borrmann KF, Lottspeich C, et al. (2019) Scaffolding clinical reasoning of medical students with virtual patients: effects on diagnostic accuracy, efficiency, and errors. Diagnosis (Berlin, Germany). 6: 137-149
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