Table 5.

Frequency of measures used for different types of difficulties

DIFFICULTYREMEDIAL METHODREMEDIAL FOCUSFREQUENCY, %
AffectiveProfessional counselingPersonal behaviour14
Reduction of direct supervisionOrganization4
Review of recorded interviewsCommunication4
CognitiveGuided reading programKnowledge74
Supervision focused on clinical reasoningClinical reasoning48
Simulated medical interviewsClinical reasoning30
Intensified direct supervisionClinical reasoning26
Observation of facultyClinical reasoning22
Lighter clinical loadOrganization22
Concept mapping and algorithmsClinical reasoning17
Regular meetings with a tutorReflection14
Review of recorded clinical encountersClinical reasoning14
Clinical reasoning exercisesClinical reasoning13
Self-regulated learning (portfolio or log)Reflection13
Coaching (interview preparation)Clinical reasoning13
Modification of clinical dutiesOrganization4
Objective structured clinical examinationClinical reasoning4
Participation in a study groupKnowledge4
Professional counselingPersonal behaviour4
Structural or organizationalCreation of a directory of resourcesOrganization8
Time management training workshopOrganization8
Structured coachingOrganization8
Self-guided time management trainingOrganization4
Exercises in setting prioritiesReflection4
Lighter clinical loadOrganization4
Time awareness methodsReflection4
File writing techniquesOrganization4
Use of a weekly agendaOrganization4
Planning upcoming daysOrganization4
InterpersonalProfessional coaching to correct behaviourPersonal behaviour13