Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges

Leveraging Telemedicine Infrastructure to Monitor Quality of Operating Room to Intensive Care Unit Handoffs.

Publication Date: 
Feb 15, 2017

PURPOSE: To analyze in-room video recordings of operating room (OR) to intensive care unit (ICU) handoffs to determine tempo and quality of team interactions on nights and weekends compared with weekdays, and to demonstrate how existing telemedicine technology can be used to evaluate handoffs.

iMedEd: the role of mobile health technologies in medical education.

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Publication Date: 
Aug 27, 2014

Mobile health (mHealth) technologies have experienced a recent surge in attention because of their potential to transform the delivery of health care.

An analysis of students' clinical experiences in an integrated primary care clerkship.

Publication Date: 
Jul 12, 2002

PURPOSE: Combining complementary clinical content into an integrated clerkship curriculum should enhance students' abilities to develop skills relevant to multiple disciplines, but how educational opportunities in primary care ambulatory settings complement each other is unknown.

Handheld computer use in a family medicine clerkship.

Publication Date: 
Oct 26, 2004

PURPOSE: The objectives of this study were to track students' use of medical and nonmedical personal digital assistant (PDA) software and to obtain students' ratings of the usefulness of PDAs in a family medicine clerkship.

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A new way to integrate clinically relevant technology into small-group teaching.

Publication Date: 
Feb 27, 2006

Medical educators need to teach learners to efficiently access the best available evidence at the point of care and apply it in a patient-centered manner.

Answering questions at the point of care: do residents practice EBM or manage information sources?

Publication Date: 
Feb 28, 2007

PURPOSE: To determine the types of information sources that evidence-based medicine (EBM)-trained, family medicine residents use to answer clinical questions at the point of care, to assess whether the sources are evidence-based, and to provide suggestions for more effective information-managemen

A controlled study of improvements in student exam performance with the use of an audience response system during medical school lectures.

Publication Date: 
Sep 30, 2010

BACKGROUND: An audience response system (ARS) is an electronic classroom communication device. There are several educational justifications for using ARS. Our controlled study investigated whether ARS use was associated with improved performance on a course exam.