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This systematic review was conducted by searching English language articles on one-minute preceptor one-minute preceptor (OMP) through five databases, including Web of Science, ProQuest, Scopus, Clinical Key and PubMed for the published articles from 2000 to 2017 using the following search term ‘OMP’ in titles and abstracts. After employing the exclusion criteria, 31 articles remained for detailed analysis. The main outcomes of the investigated studies were categorised into two main categories, namely: (1) OMP and develop effectiveness and (2) OMP and Traditional Model & SNAPPS. The OMP is simple to remember, easy to learn, learner-centred, improve behaviour and quality of feedback, engage more in getting commitments and apply prompts the concepts and learner’s knowledge and satisfaction of learner, and an effective and efficient teaching method. The OMP developed teaching and learning activities, to convert teaching into a conversation, with the thinking work being undertaken by the learner.
Keywords: One-minute preceptor (OMP), systematic review, teaching method, applied, English language
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