Internship and Residency

Using Telemedicine Technology to Assess Physician Outpatient Teaching.

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Nov 07, 2015

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Video conferencing technology (telemedicine) can be applied to many settings within the medical community; we assessed the feasibility of its use in conducting observations of faculty at remote family medicine teaching sites.

Using peers to assess handoffs: a pilot study.

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Jul 15, 2013

BACKGROUND: Handoffs among post-graduate year 1 (PGY1) trainees occur with high frequency. Peer assessment of handoff competence would add a new perspective on how well the handoff information helped them to provide optimal patient care.

Educational impact of using smartphones for clinical communication on general medicine: more global, less local.

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Jul 16, 2013

BACKGROUND: Medical trainees increasingly use smartphones in their clinical work. Similar to other information technology implementations, smartphone use can result in unintended consequences.

Medical student appraisal: electronic resources for inpatient pre-rounding.

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Oct 24, 2013

BACKGROUND: Pre-rounding is essential to preparing for morning rounds. Despite its importance, pre-rounding is rarely formally taught within the medical school curriculum and more often informally learned by modeling residents.

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