Teaching confidentiality through comics at one Spanish Medical School

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Abstract

At the University of Zaragoza in Spain we developed an innovative way to teach the concept of confidentiality to medical students, which we tested by comparing the use of customized comics with more traditional methods. We proved that using comics is more attractive to students than lectures and class discussions, that it increases class participation and students’ self-awareness of learning, and that it maintains the same academic results. We share our experience visually in a two-page comic.

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Lalanda, M., Altisent, R., & Delgado-Marroquín, M. T. (2018, February 1). Teaching confidentiality through comics at one Spanish Medical School. AMA Journal of Ethics. American Medical Association. https://doi.org/10.1001/journalofethics.2018.20.2.medu1-1802

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