May 10, 2022
Rotating through multiple clinical settings is a part of the training experience that has been shown to involve anxiety, high cognitive load, wasted time, disrupted continuity of care, new relationships, and patient safety risks. The study presented in this week's episode looks to determine how we can get better at this, by identifying strategies used by clinical supervisors to support and integrate new trainees they work with.
Episode length: 34:55
Author: Weise et. al.
Publication: Orientation of medical trainees to a new clinical environment (the ready-steady-go model): a constructivist grounded theory study. BMC Med Ed. (2022) 22:37.
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