Apr 17, 2018
Jonathan Sherbino discusses a paper on the 'art of observation' and how it can be used to improve observation skills in medical ophthalmology students. Observation is often not provided explicitly so will formal training in the visual arts help to gain observation skills.
Authors: Gurwin J, Revere KE, Niepold S, Bassett...
Apr 10, 2018
In this episode Jason discusses a paper on inflexible duty-hours in residency programs and how they adversely affect the training of physicians.
Authors: S.V. Desai, D.A. Asch, L.M. Bellini, K.H. Chaiyachati, M. Liu, A.L. Sternberg, Tonascia, A.M. Yeager, J.M. Asch, J.T. Katz, M. Basner, D.W. Bates, K.Y. Bilimoria, D.F....
Apr 3, 2018
Jon has chosen an unusual article for today's episode. A novel approach to teaching - in this study it's from a kiosk in a busy airport!
Authors: Chang MP, Gent LM, Sweet M, Potts J, Ahtone J, Idris AH.
Publication details: A novel educational outreach approach to teach Hands-Only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation to the...
Mar 27, 2018
Here are some citations for those listeners who are interested in taking a deeper dive into Philosophy of science:
Mar 20, 2018
Today's KeyLIME article is a scoping review, on how student-provided medical education influences clinical outcomes.
Authors: Vijn TW, Fluit CRMG, Kremer JAM, Beune T, Faber MJ, Wollersheim H
Publication details: Involving Medical Students in Providing Patient Education for Real Patients: A Scoping Review. J Gen Intern...