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How Medical Students Apply Their Biomedical Science Knowledge to Patient Care in the Family Medicine Clerkship
How Medical Students Apply Their Biomedical Science Knowledge to Patient Care in the Family Medicine Clerkship
Medical students enter clerkships with the requisite biomedical science knowledge to engage in supervised patient care. Wh...
The Student You Know: Orthopedic Surgery Home Program Match Rates and Geographic Relationships Before and After COVID-19
Available online 23 November 2022Author links open overlay panelHighlights•Orthopedic residencies were more likely to matc...
Virtual Reality Simulation: Evaluating an Experiential Tool for the Clinical Application of Pathophysiology
Virtual Reality Simulation: Evaluating an Experiential Tool for the Clinical Application of Pathophysiology
At our medical school, MS3 students experience minimal patient contact. Our research shows that virtual reality simulation...
COVID-19 Did Not Stop the Rising Tide: Trends in Case Volume Logged by Surgical Residents
IntroductionThe coronavirus pandemic has profoundly impacted all facets of surgical care, including surgical residency tra...
Evaluation of a Hybrid Learning Block Model for Engineering Design Interview Skill Building
Design interviews with stakeholders are an important source of information that engineering designers can use to identify ...
Assessment of Using Design Thinking to Foster Creativity in an Undergraduate Sustainable Engineering Course
Addressing complex global sustainability challenges requires a creative mindset, yet current engineering curriculum does n...
Looking Ahead: Investigation of an Ad-Hoc Shift to Online Teaching with Students as Co-Inquirers
In this pilot study staff researchers work with a Students-as-Partners team as co-researchers to explore the rapid shift t...
Opinion: Building Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into an Engineering Course
Engineering faculty have heard the call to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into their classrooms, but m...
OCTOBER 2022 | VOLUME 10 | ISSUE 4
From the Editor Holly Matusovich, Editor, Advances in Engineering Education I am pleased to present the October issue of A...
Implementation of a Coaching Program by a National Surgical Association
We hypothesized that a Chief Resident Service educational model provides safe care for patients compared to that received ...
How Informed Is Your Informed Consent: Evaluating Differences Between Resident and Attending Obtained Consents for Cholecystectomy
The complex workflow of surgical residents in the workplace-based learning environment makes interruptions an unavoidable ...
Geographic Diversity Among Otolaryngology Residency Programs
The United States otolaryngology residency match is becoming an increasingly competitive process. According to the “Charti...
Lived Experiences of Mistreatment in a General Surgery Residency
Available online 16 November 2022Author links open overlay panelOBJECTIVEExplore the lived experiences of General Surgery ...
Advice for Constructing a Productive Supervisory Relationship in Education Research
Advice for Constructing a Productive Supervisory Relationship in Education Research
Practical advice is offered for a positive and productive supervisory relationship. Tips to get started include suggestion...
Pre-clerkship Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Learning Environment: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Pre-clerkship Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Learning Environment: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we developed and implemented a theory-informed process to adapt a comprehensive pre-...
PhysioCamp: Cultivating Leaders Throughout Medical School
PhysioCamp: Cultivating Leaders Throughout Medical School
To prepare medical students for leadership roles, medical student organizations should provide longitudinal leadership opp...
What Makes a Near-Peer Learning and Tutoring Program Effective in Undergraduate Medical Education: a Qualitative Analysis
What Makes a Near-Peer Learning and Tutoring Program Effective in Undergraduate Medical Education: a Qualitative Analysis
Peer tutoring can benefit both learners and peer teachers that are distinct from the learning that occurs in expert-guided...
Socially Distanced Teaching: Faculty Feedback on Teaching During Telemedicine
Socially Distanced Teaching: Faculty Feedback on Teaching During Telemedicine
The purpose of our study was to evaluate the perceptions of clinical faculty while working with medical students in a nove...
OSCE Standard Setting: Three Borderline Group Methods
OSCE Standard Setting: Three Borderline Group Methods
High-stakes assessments must discriminate between examinees who are sufficiently competent to practice in the health profe...
Utility of 3D Printed Models Versus Cadaveric Pathology for Learning: Challenging Stated Preferences
Utility of 3D Printed Models Versus Cadaveric Pathology for Learning: Challenging Stated Preferences
3D printing has recently emerged as an alternative to cadaveric models in medical education. A growing body of research su...