Research Article

The effect of NLP-based approach to teaching surgical procedures to senior OBGYN residents

Mitra Ahmad Soltani, Jamileh Jahanbakhsh*, Zahra Takhty, Azarmindokht Shojai and Hengameh Sheikh

Published: 04 January, 2021 | Volume 4 - Issue 1 | Pages: 001-002

Each individual has a unique way of learning which is based on personal background [1]. Neuro Linguistic Programming is an ideology of communicating with an individual. It can be applied in social relations like teaching fields [2]. Each medical student deals with a set of new information in his unique way. For example with regard to the following text on vacuum extraction, one learner focuses on definition, while the other focuses on spelling, and the third one just on shapes [3] (Figures 1-3).

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Teaching strategies; Surgery; Mental imagery; NLP


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