October 2017 - Volume 92 - Issue 10

  • David P. Sklar, MD
    University of New Mexico
    School of Medicine
  • 1040-2446
  • 1938-808X
  • 12 issues per year
  • 1/41 in Education, Scientific Disciplines; 3/90 in Health Care Sciences & Services
  • 5.255
AAMC Learn Serve Lead: Proceedings of the 55th Annual Research in Medical Education Sessions
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Conducting Research in Health Professions Education: From Idea to Publication
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Dissemination of an Innovative Mastery Learning Curriculum Grounded in Implementation Science Principles: A Case Study

04/01/2016 by McGaghie, William C.; Barsuk, Jeffrey H.; Cohen, Elaine R.; Kristopaitis, Theresa; Wayne, Diane B.

Dissemination of a medical education innovation, such as mastery learning, from a setting where it has been used successfully to a new and different medical edu...

Structuring Feedback and Debriefing to Achieve Mastery Learning Goals

04/01/2016 by Eppich, Walter J.; Hunt, Elizabeth A.; Duval-Arnould, Jordan M.; Siddall, Viva Jo; Cheng, Adam

Mastery learning is a powerful educational strategy in which learners gain knowledge and skills that are rigorously measured against predetermined mastery stand...

Beyond the Simulation Laboratory: A Realist Synthesis Review of Clinical Outcomes of Simulation-Based Mastery Learning

04/01/2016 by Griswold-Theodorson, Sharon; Ponnuru, Srikala; Dong, Chaoyan; Szyld, Demian; Reed, Trent; McGaghie, William C.

Purpose: Translational educational outcomes have been defined as starting in simulation laboratories (T1) and moving downstream to improved patient care practic...

Validity of Cognitive Load Measures in Simulation-Based Training: A Systematic Review

04/01/2016 by Naismith, Laura M.; Cavalcanti, Rodrigo B.

Background: Cognitive load theory (CLT) provides a rich framework to inform instructional design. Despite the applicability of CLT to simulation-based medical t...

Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, Maintain: An Evidence-Based Pedagogical Framework for Procedural Skill Training in Medicine

04/01/2016 by Sawyer, Taylor; White, Marjorie; Zaveri, Pavan; Chang, Todd; Ades, Anne; French, Heather; Anderson, JoDee; Auerbach, Marc; Johnston, Lindsay; Kessler, David

Acquisition of competency in procedural skills is a fundamental goal of medical training. In this Perspective, the authors propose an evidence-based pedagogical...

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