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[178] Summer re-run of episode 148 Chen -The Flipped Classroom: what is the evidence? (KeyLIME Live! Part 1)

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Release Date: 07/10/2018

[455] Re-Run of Ep 115 Time-motion studies of internal medicine residents' duty hours: a systematic review and meta-analysis show art [455] Re-Run of Ep 115 Time-motion studies of internal medicine residents' duty hours: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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In this episode: Jason presents a time and motion study of internal medicine residents duty hours. Length: 18:15 min Authors: Leafloor CW, Lochnan HA, Code C, Keely EJ, Rothwell DM, Forster AJ, Huang AR. Publication details: Time-motion studies of internal medicine residents' duty hours: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2015. 17(6):621-9 

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[454] Re-Run of Ep 114 What do I do? Developing a competency inventory for postgraduate (residency) program directors show art [454] Re-Run of Ep 114 What do I do? Developing a competency inventory for postgraduate (residency) program directors

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In this episode: Linda’s choice this week is a research paper that aims to develop an inventory of competencies for Program Directors. With a TWIST this episode: Jon agrees with Jason!! Length: 24:51 min Authors: Lieff SJ, Zaretsky A, Bandiera G, Imrie K, Spadafora S, Glover Takahashi S. Publication details: What do I do? Developing a competency inventory for postgraduate (residency) program directors. Medical Teacher. 2016 Apr 6:1-6. [Epub ahead of print] 

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[453] Re-Run Episode 113 National Cluster-Randomized Trial of Duty-Hour Flexibility in Surgical Training show art [453] Re-Run Episode 113 National Cluster-Randomized Trial of Duty-Hour Flexibility in Surgical Training

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In this episode: Jon’s longer that usual discussion is about Duty-Hour flexibility in surgical training. Length: 30:35 min Authors: Bilimoria KY, Chung JW, Hedges LV, Dahlke AR, Love R, Cohen ME, Hoyt DB, Yang AD, Tarpley JL, Mellinger JD, Mahvi DM, Kelz RR, Ko CY, Odell DD1, Stulberg JJ, Lewis FR. Publication details: National Cluster-Randomized Trial of Duty-Hour Flexibility in Surgical Training. The New England Journal of Medicine. 2016 Feb;[ePub ahead of print] 

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[452] Re-Run of Episode 112 Title Social dominance theory and medical specialty choice. show art [452] Re-Run of Episode 112 Title Social dominance theory and medical specialty choice.

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In this episode: Jason selected a paper on ‘why specialty choice is important’ to broaden your horizons, as it’s not his normal type of paper. Length: 18:41 min Authors: Lapièce B, Reynaert C, van Meerbeeck P, Dory V. Publication details: Title Social dominance theory and medical specialty choice. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 2016 Mar;21 (1):79-92. 

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[451] Re-Run of Episode 111 Cultivating Medical Education Research Mentorship as a Pathway Towards High Quality Medical Education Research show art [451] Re-Run of Episode 111 Cultivating Medical Education Research Mentorship as a Pathway Towards High Quality Medical Education Research

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In this episode: Linda presents a editorial/commentary type of paper that she refers to as ‘What enables CE research ?’ Length: 14:41 min Authors: Blanchard RD, Visintainer PF, La Rochelle J. Publication details: Cultivating Medical Education Research Mentorship as a Pathway Towards High Quality Medical Education Research. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2015 Sept;30 (9):1359-62  

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[450] Re-Run of Episode 110 Measuring cognitive load during procedural skills training with colonoscopy as an exemplar show art [450] Re-Run of Episode 110 Measuring cognitive load during procedural skills training with colonoscopy as an exemplar

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In this episode: Jon Sherbino’s chosen article on cognitive overload asks ‘can you teach too much?’ Length: 19:24 min Authors: Sewell JL, Boscardin CK, Young JQ, ten Cate O, O’Sullivan P. Publication details: Measuring cognitive load during procedural skills training with colonoscopy as an exemplar. Medical Education. 2016 Jun;[ePub ahead of print]  

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[449] Re-Run Ep 109 Is bias in the eye of the beholder? A vignette study to assess recognition of cognitive biases in clinical case workups show art [449] Re-Run Ep 109 Is bias in the eye of the beholder? A vignette study to assess recognition of cognitive biases in clinical case workups

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In this episode: Jason chose a paper that asks ‘Is bias in the eye of the beholder?’ Bias alert -  Jon Sherbino is one of the authors ;) Length: 21:45 min Authors: Zwaan L, Monteiro S, Sherbino J, Ilgen J, Howey B, Norman G. Publication details:  Is bias in the eye of the beholder? A vignette study to assess recognition of cognitive biases in clinical case workups. BMJ Quality and Safety. 2016 Jan;[ePub ahead of print]  

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[448] Re-Run of Episode 108 Sethi How do postgraduate qualifications in medical education impact on health professionals? show art [448] Re-Run of Episode 108 Sethi How do postgraduate qualifications in medical education impact on health professionals?

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In this episode: Linda discusses: "Why do a masters degree in Medical Education?"  Length: 16:00 min Authors: Sethi A, Schofield S, Ajjawi R, McAleer S. Publication details: How do postgraduate qualifications in medical education impact on health professionals? Medical Teacher. 2016 Feb;38 2):162-7  

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[447] Re-Run of Ep 107 See one, do one…could it hurt one? show art [447] Re-Run of Ep 107 See one, do one…could it hurt one?

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In this episode: Jon Sherbino discusses “see one, do one, teach one” and why this is not 21st Century methodology. Length: 13:36 min Authors: Sawyer T, White M, Zaveri P, Chang T, Ades A, French H, Anderson J, Auerbach M, Johnston L, Kessler D. Publication details: Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, Maintain: An Evidence-Based Pedagogical Framework for Procedural Skill Training in Medicine. Academic Medicine. 2015 Aug;90(8):1025-33  

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[446] Re-Run of [106] An Education Purpose for Social Media? show art [446] Re-Run of [106] An Education Purpose for Social Media?

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In this episode: Linda Snell presents a paper on positive effects of social media on medical students. Length: 22:20 min Authors: Chretien KC, Tuck MG, Simon M, Singh LO, Kind T. Publication details: A Digital Ethnography of Medical Students who Use Twitter for Professional Development. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2015 Nov;30(11):1673-80.  

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It's summertime! Jason, Jon and Linda are at the beach. Here's the 2nd episode from their Top 5 KeyLIME episodes that are running during July (Tuesday's)

 

Coming to you from ICRE 2017, this is our first of the two part KeyLIME Live where we were joined by co-hosts Glenn Regehr and Karen Hauer. Up first is Karen's selection, which explores a hot topic in medical education: The Flipped Classroom (FC). This systematic review examines the evidence for the FC as a pedagogical strategy in medical education. 

Authors: Chen F, Lui AM, Martinelli SM.

Publication details:  A systematic review of the effectiveness of flipped classrooms in medical education. Medical Education.  2017. 51(6):585-597 PubMed Link

View the abstract here

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