Evidence. Experience. Tomato. Tom-ah-to?
Release Date: 09/10/2019
Episode length: 40:35 The purpose of this paper is 1) To describe interpretations of commonly used phrases in Letters of reference by PDs other than in pediatrics. 2) To identify areas of agreement or variation between pediatrics, surgery, and IM LORs. Author Saudek et. al. Publication Pediatric, Surgery, and Internal Medicine Program Director Interpretations of Letters of Recommendation. Acad Med. 2019 Nov;94 Audience questions/comments start at: 24:52 36:30 Voting on Methodology and Educational Impact Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason...info_outline  Safety Dance - KeyLIME live at the AAMC 2019 in Phoenix Arizona
Episode length 26:45 Today's article seeks to inductively develop insights into the concept of psychological safety for medical learners Author Hsiang-Te Tsuei, et. al. Publication Exploring the Construct of Psychological Safety in Medical Education Acad Med. 2019 Nov;94 16:18 Audience participation starts 23:05 Voting on Methodology and Educational Impact Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd Lara Varpio: @LaraVarpio Want to learn more...info_outline  KeyLIME Classic LIVE at the ICRE 2019 (part 3)
Episode length 26:41 This is the last episode recorded live at the ICRE 2019 in Ottawa. Three classic papers are reviewed by Dr.s Linda Snell, Jonathan Sherbino and Jason Frank. Do they fit your definition of Classic? 00:55 Hafferty. Beyond Curriculum Reform: Confronting Medicine's Hidden Curriculum. Acad Med. 1998 Apr;73(4):403-7. 8:40 Barsuk et. al., Long-Term Retention of Central Venous Catherter Insertion Skills After Simulation-Based Mastery Learning. Acad Med. 2010 Oct;85(10 Suppl):S9-12. 13:55 Tamblyn et. al., Association Between Licensing Examination Scores and...info_outline  KeyLIME Classic LIVE at the ICRE 2019 (part 2)
Episode length - 22:04 This episode was recorded live at the ICRE 2019 in Ottawa. Another 3 classic papers are reviewed by Dr.s Linda Snell, Jonathan Sherbino and Jason Frank. Do they fit your definition of Classic? 00:50 Jason's classic choice. Choudry et. al., Systematic Review: The relationship between clinical experience and quality of health care. Ann Intern Med. 2005 Feb 15;142(4):260-73. 8:25 Jon's choice Eva et. al., The Ability of the Multiple Mini-Interview to Predict Preclerkship Performance in Medical School Acad Med. 2004 Oct;79(10...info_outline  KeyLIME Classic LIVE at the ICRE 2019 (part 1)
Episode length - 25:44 This episode is the review of the first 3 classic papers discussed at the ICRE 2019 in Ottawa. 4:04 Jon Sherbino's choice. Harden et. al., Assessment of clinical competence using objective structured examination. Med J. 1975 Feb 22;1(5955):447-51. 9:36 Linda's choice. Ende, J. Feedback in Clinical Medical Education JAMA. 1983 Aug 12;250(6):777-81. 16:09 Jason's classic choice. Sibley et. al., A ramdonized trial of continuing medical education. N Engl J Med. 1982 Mar 4;306(9):511-5. Voting for the 3 papers 23:48...info_outline  Debriefing and feedback – two sides of the same coin?
Episode length 22:16 Linda Snell chosen paper was the 2nd paper reviewed at KeyLIME LIVE at the ICRE 2019 in Ottawa. Feedback and debriefing –both essential for learning and improving future performance … are the underlying theories and actions unique, or is there a need to reconceptualize into a shared framework? Questions/comments from audience Paula Craigo - 14:47 Walter Tavares (Author) - 16:00 Educational Impact voting 17:31 Authors: Tavares et. al., Publication details: Learning Conversations: An Analysis of Their Theoretical Roots and Their...info_outline  Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness. Too little. Too long.
Total length of episode 38:17 This episode was recorded live at ICRE 2019 in Ottawa, Ontario. Jon presents paper first paper at 7:30 Purpose: “…we sought to determine which interventions aimed at increasing under-represented populations are associated with meeting the desired outcomes of increasing the representation of these populations within the health professions student body.” Audience participation 1) 24:42 Stan Hamstra - @StanHamstra 2) 28:04 Paula Craigo - 3) 29:05 Saleem Razack @SaleemRazack Methodology vote starts at: 32:04 Educational Impact vote:...info_outline  Re-producing ourselves – when and how?
Episode length 25:58 Background: As health education evolves, a pipeline of individuals who possess the competencies necessary to develop new curricular content and deliver it via novel pedagogies is needed. Clinician educators (CEs)* are increasingly an important part of the medical education workforce. The purpose of the review is to identify knowledge gaps, scope a body of literature, clarify concepts Voting on Methods at 19:14, and Educational Impact 20:37 Authors: Friedman et. al., Publication details: Clinician-Educator Tracks for Trainees in...info_outline  Who Wrote This Stuff, Anyway? The Complex Construct of Authorship in MedEd
Episode length 29:38 Jason's chosen paper is on Authorship, which is a fundamental attribution for scholarly contribution, and is the basis of career advancement, global recognition, funding, wellness, professional identity, and even historical legacy. Unfortunately, it is mired in tomfoolery. Voting on Methods at 27:15, and Educational Impact 27:30 Authors: Maggio et. al. Publication details: Exploring researchers' perspectives on authorship decision making. Med Educ. 2019 Sep 1. doi: 10.1111/medu.13950. [Epub ahead of print] View the abstract here Follow our...info_outline  Getting to the heart of the matter
Episode length 25:55 This paper was selected by Lara Varpio it focuses on two important qualities for all clinicians to embrace and embody in their clinical work: empathy and compassion. Voting on Methods at 22:30, and Educational Impact 23:27 Authors: Krishnasamy et. al., Publication details: How does medical education affect empathy and compassion in medical students? A meta-ethnography: BEME Guide No. 57. 2019 Med Teach. 2019 Aug 7:1-12. View the abstract here Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino Linda...info_outline
Episode length 24:10
*Now 32:45 with Dr. Thomas's rebuttal at the end of the episode*
This Evidence based Medicine paper tries to answer 3 important questions:
1. What are HP educators’ attitudes toward using educational research evidence to inform their teaching and assessment practices?
2. To what extent do HP educators use educational research evidence in their practice?
3. What are the individual and organizational supports and barriers of evidence-informed education from the perspective of HP educators?
Authors: Thomas et al.,
Publication details: Use of evidence in health professions education: Attitudes, practices, barriers and supports Med Teach. 2019 May 3:1-11
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