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AEMETOnline Jul 17
Systematic Online Academic Resource (SOAR) Review: Renal and Genitourinary - A curated list of resources to guide trainees, teacher recommendations, and resource producers on Renal and GU topics.
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AEMETOnline Jul 16
Embracing FOAM as an academic community: this article highlights some important points about the appropriate use of FOAM and the shared responsibility between the consumer and contributor.
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AEMETOnline Jul 11
A needs assessment survey of emergency medicine residents on their training in the management of psycho‐behavioral conditions: Only 14% of residents felt “quite” or “extremely” prepared to treat psychiatric patients from and colleagues
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AEMETOnline Jul 10
The revised METRIQ Score from An updated quality evaluation tool for online educational resources showed improved clarity and usability, but requires further validity evidence
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AEMETOnline Jul 4
Mentorship programs increase relationship building, knowledge sharing, personal fulfillment, and self‐reflection. They also decrease medical student burnout.
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AEMETOnline Jul 3
"Digital is here to stay, but it can only fulfill its potential if our academic community members contribute, collaborate, critique, and comment." Read the full commentary from experts in the FOAM field
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AEMETOnline Jul 2
a practical toolbox article on how to podcast: "a great learning tool made simple" in Clinical Teacher (link to journal is not , sorry)
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AEMETOnline Jun 20
At one institution, the emergency medicine residency program created a more positive environment of safety and support as perceived by their residents compared to resident perceptions of the learning environment in other specialties
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AEMETOnline Jun 19
A modified Delphi process, leading to a guideline for core content to be included in a PEM POCUS fellowship curriculum Core Content for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship Training: A Modified Delphi Consensus Study
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AEMETOnline Jun 18
Instructional methods that promote active learning: -case‐based learning -TBL -audience response systems -simulation -“wars” -oral boards -escape rooms/scavenger hunts -expert panels -debates -CPC -leaderboards
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AEMETOnline Jun 13
Authors provided spaced MCQs every other day to some residents rotating in the Peds ED. Those who got questions performed similarly on a post‐test to those who got no intervention.
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AEMETOnline Jun 12
New concept paper from “Tools for Measuring Competency in Clinical Ultrasound: Recommendations from the Ultrasound Competency Work Group”
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AEMETOnline Jun 11
Applicants thoughts on SVI: -Most felt not an accurate representation of their communication or professionalism and that it did not add value to their applications -Very few applicants felt the SVI should remain a part of the ERAS application.
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AEMETOnline May 23
What is the relationship between heart rate variability (HRV), a real‐time measure of autonomic arousal, and self‐reported acute psychological stress (APS) among emergency medicine (EM) residents learning to intubate on actual patients?
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AEMETOnline May 22
Climate change effects all specialties: This new GME fellowship in Climate & Health Science Policy is designed to train a new generation of clinicians to provide the necessary perspective and skills for effective leadership in this field.
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AEMETOnline May 21
The Manikin model vs Procine model as the most realistic in cricothyrotomy simulation.
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AEMETOnline May 16
What is the current state of the literature regarding the use of coaching and mentorship for both residents and practicing physicians? A neat scoping review from Casey MacKenzie, and
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AEMETOnline May 15
How do attending emergency physicians spend time on direct and indirect patient care activities in EDs with and without EM residents? from and colleagues
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AEMETOnline May 14
Introducing Medical Student–led Quality Improvement Projects as a Value‐added Learning Opportunity in the Emergency Department
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AEMETOnline May 9
How can we gather group feedback around our research? Jaime Jordan Andrew Phillips Nicholas Hartman and offer their pilot data on how the step back method can facilitate valuable research consultations
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