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Table 3 Demographics of Participants in Assessment of Bite-Sized Teaching on Knowledge

From: The micro revolution: effect of Bite-Sized Teaching (BST) on learner engagement and learning in postgraduate medical education

  Bite-Sized Teaching (BST) Interactive Case-based Teaching P valuea
Participants completing pretest, N 26 25 0.50
Participants completing posttest1, N 26 25
Participants completing posttest2, N 26 22
Participants completing posttest3, N 23 22
Participants
 PGY 1, n (%) 11 (42%) 9 (36%) 0.87
 PGY 2, n (%) 9 (35%) 8 (32%)
 PGY 3, n (%) 6 (23%) 8 (32%)
Interested in hematology oncology career, n (%) 4 (15%) 4 (16%) 0.94
Preferred didactic format
 Case-based conference, n (%) 20 (77%) 21 (84%) 0.47
 Lecture, n (%) 6 (23%) 5 (20%) 0.64
 Bite-Sized Teaching, n (%) 20 (77%) 18 (72%) 0.94
  1. Abbreviations: BST Bite-sized teaching, PGY1 post-graduate year 1, PGY2 post-graduate year 2, PGY3 post-graduate year 3
  2. a P value comparing scores of BST intervention to interactive case-based control
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