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Release Date: 04/07/2020
Episode length: 28:46 Author: Young et. al. Publication: A mobile app to capture EPA assessment data: Utilizing the consolidated framework for implementation research to identify enablers and barriers to engagement Perspect Med Educ June 2020. Tech is never a solution for poor educational design. But, good educational design can fail because of logistics. Voting for Methodology and Educational Impact: 22:50info_outline  Re-run of Episode 270 Young
Episode length: 27:23 Author: Young M. Publication: The utility of failure: a taxonomy for research and scholarship Perspect Med Educ. 2019 Dec;8(6):365-371. Purpose of study: Meredith riffed philosophy of science concepts and on Firestein’s book called Failure: why science is successful (Oxford Press 2016) and explored the idea that failure of a well-designed study has benefit. She set out to: • provide language for describing scholarly failures, • promote learning and interpretation from failed projects, and • support discussions of the value of...info_outline  Re-run of Ep 296 Medicine discovers Moneyball
Episode length: 28:11 Author: Thoma et. al. Publication: Next Steps in the Implementation of Learning Analytics in Medical Education: Consensus from an International Cohort of Medical Educators J Grad Med Educ. 2020 Jun;12(3):303-311. Purpose: From the authors: “We sought to characterize barriers to the use of learning analytics techniques in medical education by identifying the questions of educators interested in this field.”info_outline  Speaking in code? KeyLIME live at the AAMC 2019 in Phoenix Arizona
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 . Acad Med. 2019 Nov;94 Audience questions/comments start at: 24:52 36:30 Voting on Methodology and Educational Impactinfo_outline  Crowdsourcing Diagnosis?
How good are you at diagnosis? Is Diagnosis a top priority in Medical Education? Barnett et al., Comparative Accuracy of Diagnosis by Collective Intelligence of Multiple Physicians vs IndividualPhysicians. JAMA Network Open. 2019 Mar 1;2(3)info_outline  Chaos networks complexity and other shiny words
Jon's selected paper for review today is about 'Complexity Science' and does it address the oxymoron of bring order to a system that is unpredictable. Authors: Cristancho et al. Publication details: What is the state of complexity science in medical education research? Med Educ. 2019 Jan;53(1):95-104info_outline  Re-Run of Ep 237 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]info_outline  Re-Run of Episode 246 A Holiday Special
Length of Episode: 24:45 Jon - Lara - Linda - Jason -info_outline  Re-Run of Episode 213
Today's paper was chosen by Dr. Linda Snell discussing the shift in responsibility and the need to survive. Authors: Walzak et al., Publication details: Working in the dead of night: exploring the transition to after-hours duty Med Educ. 2019 Mar;53(3):296-305info_outline  Re-Run of Ep 218 Does the apple fall far from the tree?
Released on May 14, 2019 Linda's article discusses what happens to those who go to medical school after parental influence. Authors: Griffin B, Hu W. Publication details: Parental career expectations: effect on medical students’ career attitudes over time. Med Educ. 2019 Feb 7. [Epub ahead of print]info_outline
Episode Length: 36:24
Author: Klasen et. al.
Publication: Allowing failure for educational purposes in postgraduate clinical training: A narrative review Med Teach. 2019 Nov;41(11):1263-1269.
Purpose: The authors conducted a narrative literature review to explore the postgraduate medical education literature for existing knowledge of the when, why, and how failures are used for learning
Voting for Methodology and Impact: 31:30
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