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Table 4 Results of the medical students’ satisfaction with the illness script workshop

From: Teaching clinical reasoning to undergraduate medical students by illness script method: a randomized controlled trial

No Statement A B C D
1 I gained a good understanding of concepts in the clinical reasoning field 72 (72%) 20 (20%) 6 (6%) 2 (2%)
2 The workshop encouraged me to improve my clinical reasoning ability in the future 69 (69%) 20 (20%) 8 (8%) 3 (3%)
3 The learning objectives of the workshop were clearly defined. 72 (72%) 26 (26%) 0 (0%) 2 (2%)
4 The amount of material delivered in the workshop was reasonable. 70 (70%) 23 (23%) 6 (6%) 1 (1%)
5 The level of difficulty of the workshop was appropriate. 63 (63%) 24 (24%) 12 (12%) 1 (1%)
6 The program was a good learning experience for me 74 (74%) 16 (16%) 9 (9%) 1 (1%)
7 The illness script model was useful for improving my clinical reasoning skills. 61 (61%) 23 (23%) 15 (15%) 1 (1%)
8 This type of education emphasized learning 80 (80%) 12 (12%) 7 (7%) 1 (1%)
9 The tutor gave us appropriate feedback 82 (82%) 14 (14%) 3 (3%) 1 (1%)
10 The “thinking aloud” method helped improve my clinical reasoning skills. 56 (56%) 22 (22%) 16 (16%) 6 (6%)
11 The workshop was boring and wasted my time 4 (4%) 10 (10%) 86 (86%) 0 (0%)
12 The students’ participation was encouraged 74 (74%) 23 (23%) 3 (3%) 0 (0%)
13 I recommend this type of teaching for other sign and symptoms 76 (76%) 18 (18%) 4 (4%) 2 (2%)
14 Overall, I am satisfied with the course. 78 (78%) 14 (14%) 6 (6%) 2 (2%)
  1. A = Strongly agree/Agree, B=Neutral, C=Disagree/Strongly disagree, D = Missing