Current Hand Surgery Literature as an Educational Tool for the Orthopaedic In-Training Examination
- Study notes changes needed for adequate training of new orthopedic surgeons. Brockenbrough, Gina // Orthopedics Today;Feb2010, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses research on the training of orthopedic surgeons, by Laura Robbins and Thomas P. Sculco, published in the January 2010 issue of the "Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery."
- Thought the 'bed shortage' was bad, until the 'surgeon shortage' came along. Goonawardena, Janindu // Australian Medical Student Journal;Jul2013, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p6
The article focuses on the role of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) in providing standardized training and assistance to medical trainees in Australia. The RACS works with medical colleges in increasing the number of surgical trainees in both urban and rural areas by resolving...
- Impact of a hands-on component on learning in the Fundamental Use of Surgical Energyâ„¢ (FUSE) curriculum: a randomized-controlled trial in surgical trainees. Madani, Amin; Watanabe, Yusuke; Vassiliou, Melina; Fuchshuber, Pascal; Jones, Daniel; Schwaitzberg, Steven; Fried, Gerald; Feldman, Liane // Surgical Endoscopy;Oct2014, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p2772
Background: While energy devices are ubiquitous in the operating room, they remain poorly understood and can result in significant complications. The purpose of this study was to estimate the extent to which adding a novel bench-top component improves learning of SAGES' Fundamental Use of...
- UHS to develop new integrated curriculum for medical colleges. // Pulse International;11/30/2014, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p4
The article reports on the development of an integrated curriculum for medical colleges by the University of Health Sciences (UHS) to provide students with a patient-centred and disease-focused medical education.
- Challenges to science and authority in contemporary medical education. Braverman, Albert S.; Anziska, Brian // Academic Questions;Summer94, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p11
Focuses on affirmative-action policies and increasing influence of educational psychologists and medical students on the medical-school curriculum. Historical background on the American medical education; Proposed changes in the medical curriculum; Reduction of instruction in basic science;...
- El papel de la investigaciÃ³n en la formaciÃ³n de especialistas medicoquirÃºrgicos. Díaz Martínez, Luis Alfonso // MedUNAB;ago-nov2012, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p98
If any medical or surgical specialty training program aims to educate specialist with the specific knowledge and skills to the specific area, these should include academic spaces that allow residents to come into contact with research. This paper review the rationale and evidence to support this...
- Surgical Training and Certification in the United Kingdom. Smith, Andrew J.; Aggarwal, Rajesh; Warren, Oliver J.; Paraskeva, Paraskevas // World Journal of Surgery;Feb2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p174
Training in surgical disciplines in the United Kingdom has undergone tremendous change over the past two decades. The introduction of specialist training programmes, working time directives, quality ratings and a drive toward ambulatory and minimal access surgery have led to challenges with...
- The perception of anatomy teaching among UK medical students. Ali, A.; Khan, Z. N.; Konczalik, W.; Coughlin, P.; Sayed, S. El // Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England;2015, Vol. 97 Issue 9, p397
The article focuses on the changes in medical education to meet the demands of modern medical practice, with special reference to anatomy curriculum in medical schools across Great Britain.
- Collaboration putting focus on patient safety. Slowik, Elizabeth // Grand Rapids Business Journal;10/11/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 42, p14
This article reports on the collaboration formed between local medical education entities in Grand Rapids, Michigan to sponsor a new class for health care students that emphasize the role of communication in patient safety.