Mind mapping: an effective multisensory, learning and teaching strategy, underutilised in medical education in Sudan

Reconnecting Universities with the Discourse of Sustainable Inclusive Growth in Sudan

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.

05-Nahla Khaleefa.pdf
05-Nahla Khaleefa.pdf

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