PhD-student at CAMES
No. of Publications: 7
Keywords: Medical Education; Online Education; Onsite Education; Motivation; Academic Achievement.
Rie Raffing focuses on comparing the effect of onsite and online research training courses. Short-term outcome is the obtained theoretical knowledge of research methodology of the course participants. Long-term outcome is the academic achievement two years after completing a research course. Evaluating if level of motivation and self-efficacy is a significant predictor for the long-term academic achievement is also within the research focus.
This project will provide tools for course leaders and – administrators for deciding the optimal delivery of education (onsite/online) taking specific factors into account.
Raffing R, Jensen TB, Larsen S, Konge L, Møller C, Tønnesen H. Facilitators and Barriers for Young Medical Doctors Writing Their First Manuscript for Publication. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 Aug 13;18(16):8571.
Raffing R, Jensen TB, Tønnesen H. Self-reported needs for improving the supervision competence of PhD supervisors from the medical sciences in Denmark. BMC Med Educ. 2017 Oct 23;17(1):188.
PhD Supervisor at CAMES