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Process-Oriented Instrument and Taxonomy for Teaching Surgical Procedures in Medical Training: The Ultrasound-Guided Insertion of Central Venous Catheter

Victor Galvez, Rene de la Fuente, Cesar Meneses, Luis Leiva, Gonzalo Fagalde, Valeria Herskovic, Ricardo Fuentes, Jorge Munoz-Gama, Marcos Sepúlveda
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Procedural training is relevant for physicians who perform surgical procedures.  ...  In the medical education field, instructors who teach surgical procedures need to understand how their students are learning to give them feedback and assess them objectively.  ...  Therefore, in this research, we used Process Mining to help instructors to understand students' performance regarding the sequence of steps in surgical procedures.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17113849 pmid:32485808 pmcid:PMC7312770 fatcat:vepkrv5iobgt7dod46tpnpcy6e

Process-Oriented Feedback through Process Mining for Surgical Procedures in Medical Training: The Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Catheter Placement Case

Ricardo Lira, Juan Salas-Morales, Luis Leiva, Rene de la Fuente, Ricardo Fuentes, Alejandro Delfino, Claudia Hurtado Nazal, Marcos Sepúlveda, Michael Arias, Valeria Herskovic, Jorge Munoz-Gama
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
performance, in order to complement the tailored feedback for surgical procedures using a process perspective.  ...  Developing high levels of competence in the execution of surgical procedures through training is a key factor for obtaining good clinical results in healthcare.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16111877 pmid:31141904 pmcid:PMC6603675 fatcat:zz5tovskrfelxh6ugzstgcajy4

Head-Mounted Display Virtual Reality in Post-secondary Education and Skill Training

Brendan J. Concannon, Shaniff Esmail, Mary Roduta Roberts
2019 Frontiers in Education  
This review focused on how immersive head-mounted display virtual reality (VR) was used in post-secondary level education and skill training, with the aim to better understand its state of the art as found  ...  (O4) Identify learning theories and recommendations for the utilization of immersive VR in post-secondary education.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge the contributions of the Rehabilitation Research Centre at the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2019.00080 fatcat:q7nsd7ps7neqxhfku6eaz7rgsm

Committee on Training in Clinical Psychology. Recommended graduate training program in clinical psychology

1947 American Psychologist  
The courses should help the stu- dent to attain a first insight into the structure and dynamics of human behavior, an understanding of the biological and social development of the individ- ual, and a preliminary  ...  procedures which he wil hear about in the settings where he works.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0058236 fatcat:nsvrnhawurcetjfzdvdqjrocha

RECOMMENDED graduate training program in clinical psychology

1947 American Psychologist  
The courses should help the stu- dent to attain a first insight into the structure and dynamics of human behavior, an understanding of the biological and social development of the individ- ual, and a preliminary  ...  procedures which he wil hear about in the settings where he works.  ... 
pmid:18917473 fatcat:mrzg4jhp55cxpb373q65qxjygi

An Evaluation of Implicit Bias Training in Graduate Medical Education

Utsha Khatri, Amy Zeidan, Michael LaRiviere, Sarimer Sanchez, Lauren Weaver, Jenny Lynn, Frances Shofer, Barbara Todd, Jaya Aysola
2019 MedEdPublish  
The authors designed and evaluated a novel educational intervention to introduce the concept of unconscious bias to front-line providers.  ...  The intervention consisted of participants taking the implicit attitudes test (IAT), which was followed by a facilitated discussion.  ...  Carmen Guerra for their roles in facilitating the sessions. Bibliography/References  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2019.000109.1 fatcat:fgmwzqbibnbtte6dyyvyttumjq

Clinical Education Stressors in Operating Room Students: A Qualitative Study

Nahid Norouzi, Behzad Imani
2021 Investigación y Educación en Enfermería  
Lack of support for students in the clinical environment, poor practical skills training, poor support and communication performance related to the instructor, and poor psychological support of students  ...  (Insufficient support of the instructor to the students against the medical staff, Evaluation criteria for instructors, and Treatment of instructor with students in presence of others), and psychological  ...  We would like to thank the esteemed Vice Chancellor for Research of the University, who undertook the financial support of this project, and all the dear students who had the utmost cooperation in achieving  ... 
doi:10.17533/udea.iee.v39n1e08 pmid:33687812 pmcid:PMC7987283 fatcat:rdf2s44z4bbgpb7zhls53rgx74

Medicolegal Sidebar

Mary I. O'Connor, Wendy Z. W. Teo, Lawrence H. Brenner, B. Sonny Bal
2019 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research  
We would also like to thank individuals who contributed in a confidential capacity.  ...  Acknowledge and promote mutual interests and the contributions that we can all make at as early a stage as possible. Be clear about the rights and responsibilities of those involved.  ...  by credible instructors/facilitators.  ... 
doi:10.1097/corr.0000000000000786 pmid:31094835 pmcid:PMC6554124 fatcat:4iwkykakorg3poorxon54sws7i

FEEDBACK STRATEGIES FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS FACULTY

2018 Issues in Information Systems  
Additionally, strategies for using screencast video feedback in the information systems classroom are presented in a systematic order using graphic illustrations.  ...  The aforementioned screencast video feedback strategies can be easily implemented in any information systems classroom, regardless of the content, for the benefit of faculty and their students.  ...  The hyperlink to the video can be e-mailed to the student or posted in a discussion forum or gradebook. This process is described in the following procedure in detail: 1.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2018_23-32 fatcat:2o5uhisbj5bshciflzvjndni7m

Emergent Guiding Principles for STEM Education [chapter]

Lawrence C. Ragan, Lorraine J. Ramirez Villarin
2021 SpringerBriefs in Statistics  
The guiding principles were developed from themes that appeared in multiple formats and across most or all technology categories.  ...  These propositions can inform and serve as the foundation for the design and development of future STEM education.  ...  For example, surgical procedures may be practiced safely as no "real" patients will be in danger (Health Scholars n.d.).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-58948-6_6 fatcat:zyssa4nyfvgptnseyaedy26o4a

Acute pain medicine in anesthesiology

André P Boezaart, Anastacia P Munro, Patrick J Tighe
2013 F1000Prime Reports  
fellow education in regional anesthesia and multimodal analgesia, as well as a deeper understanding of the pathophysiologic mechanisms that are integral to the variability observed among individual responses  ...  In this review, we discuss the evolution and practice of acute pain medicine and we aim to facilitate further discussion on the evolution and advancement of this field as a subspecialty of anesthesiology  ...  Astrom (Corey) for her help with the preparation of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.12703/p5-54 pmid:24381730 pmcid:PMC3854690 fatcat:mmx54rfccjbuhgsy5x7gtiiuou

THE CORRELATION OF LABORATORY AND CLINICAL TEACHING IN SURGERY

ADRIAN V. S. LAMBERT
1919 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Do not imagine that the experience acquired in military surgery, unless it be based on or followed by a thorough surgical training in a civilian hospital, warrants any man in assuming that he is an able  ...  To whom will the nation look, if not to us, for the plan of some sort of physical training that will prevent the continuation of such an undesirable state of affairs ?  ...  To whom will the nation look, if not to us, for the plan of some sort of physical training that will prevent the continuation of such an undesirable state of affairs ?  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610250003002 fatcat:bvfm7ytvynenriyocuavn6y6sq

Dedicated Poster Abstracts

Gill Phillips
2019 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
The inter-rater reliability coefficient found within levels and between levels of training was 0.93 and 0.58, respectively; suggesting discordance in perspectives.  ...  Background/Purpose: The Future of Medical Education in Canada and the Thomson Report have drawn increased focus in PGME regarding the need for increased transparency and rigor in the selection processes  ...  To enhance QI curricula in FM residency programs, it is critical to understand the resident perspective of their current QI education.Methods: As part of the Guide for Improvement of FM Training Project  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.68011 fatcat:t4g7aydvzrbrpp6pm3b2atrya4

Multidimensional approach to clinical quality

Tunçay Palteki
2019 Southern Clinics of Istanbul Eurasia  
Quality improvement studies have come to the forefront to eliminate the failure rates related to patient safety. The concept of quality in healthcare needs to be viewed from a broader perspective.  ...  The dimensions of healthcare quality have been tried to be expressed by many institutions and authors from different perspectives.  ...  The American College of Surgeons was founded in 1913 to improve the quality of care for surgical patients, setting high standards for surgical training and practice.  ... 
doi:10.14744/scie.2019.04274 fatcat:t5p5gwxhqnbbzouk2jipg2hg54

Flawed Self-Assessment

David Dunning, Chip Heath, Jerry M. Suls
2004 Psychological Science in the Public Interest  
On average, people say that they are "above average" in skill (a conclusion that defies statistical possibility), overestimate the likelihood that they will engage in desirable behaviors and achieve favorable  ...  In general, people's self-views hold only a tenuous to modest relationship with their actual behavior and performance.  ...  Acknowledgments-The writing of this article was supported financially by National Institute of Mental Health Grant RO1 56072 to David Dunning and by National Science Foundation Grant BCS-99-10592 to Jerry  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1529-1006.2004.00018.x pmid:26158995 fatcat:dpbohv2kkzg2dmbircinwcjcb4
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