Mind mapping: an effective multisensory, learning and teaching strategy, underutilised in medical education in Sudan, Dr. Nahlaa Khalifa
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Mind mapping: an effective multisensory, learning and teaching strategy, underutilised in medical education in Sudan, Dr. Nahlaa Khalifa[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dr. Nahlaa A. Khalifa
King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Purpose: Present evidence of the Mind Mapping (MM) value, for better teaching, learning and researching. Improve understanding about the effectiveness of using MM in medical education in Sudan.
Methodology: The literature was gained by searching library databases (PubMed, PsychINFO, MEDLINE and EMBASE). It is a summary of both conceptual and empirically published literature on the uses of MM in medical education.
Findings: MM promotes meaningful learning; boosts teaching confidence and effectiveness; expresses research ideas in a visual way. There is a lack of significant prior research on using MM in medical education in Sudan.
Practical implications: High-quality professional training for university teaching staff.
social implications: Assist learners with lower cognitive competence.
Originality/value: MM supports knowledge acquisition, fosters critical, finds a logical progression through modules and researches. The article advocates that MM approaches could be more widely adopted in Sudan.
Keywords: Professionalism, Profession, Dietetic Practice, Nutrition, Dietetics, Sudan.