Video Category: CAGS Simulation In The Training

Fulfilling the Promises of Simulation Training: Carlos Pellegrini, M.D.

CAGS Simulation in the Training of Surgeons Session Keyword(s): ACS/APDS curriculum, AHRQ, capital costs, conflict of interest, cost-effectiveness, credentialing, curricula, faculty, funding, grants, insurance industry, ISIS, operational costs, sim center, simulation training, skills training, skills transfer, stakeholders, surgical simulation, surgical skills lab, training

Simulation as a Tool for Certification – Are We Ready? Jo Buyske, M.D.

CAGS Simulation in the Training of Surgeons Session Keyword(s): ABS oral exam, ACGME residency, ACLS, ATLS, certification, clinical scenarios, FLS, residency training, simulation, team learning, technical skills

Introducing Team Training Into Residency Training: Daniel B. Jones, M.D.

CAGS Simulation in the Training of Surgeons Session Keyword(s): ACS, APDS, box trainers, checklists, closed loop communication, CRICO, cross training, decision-making, leadership & management skills, malpractice, MIS, mock OR, OR performance, residency training, residents, simulation, situation awareness, skills lab, surgical competency, surgical crisis management skills training & assessment, team skills, team training, technical skills

Integrating Comprehensive Simulation-Based Curricula: Teodor P. Grantcharov, M.D.

CAGS Simulation in the Training of Surgeons Session Keyword(s): advanced lap skills training, assessment tools, bench models, box trainers, competency-based training curriculum, consensus guidelines, cost effective, CRS, Delphi methodology, evaluation tool, evidence-based, feedback, FLS, global rating scales, GOALS, ICSAD, lap skills, lap skills training, lap surgery, lap suturing, lap training, laparoscopy, LC, learning curve, MIS, […]

How to Provide Effective Teaching in a Simulated Environment: Karim Qayumi, M.D., Ph.D.

CAGS Simulation in the Training of Surgeons Session Keyword(s): apprenticeship, cognitive, cognitive theory of transfer, constructivism, diagnosis, diagnostic thinking, education program development, efficiency, elaborated thinking, innovation, knowledge retention, medical education, recall memory, recognition memory, self-assessment, simulation environment, teacher, teaching, transfer of knowledge, transfer of learning theories

Transfer of Skills from the Simulation Lab to the Operation Room: Liane S. Feldman, M.D.

CAGS Simulation in the Training of Surgeons Session Keyword(s): anesthesiologists, box trainer, CAGS, FLS, global assessment tool, GOALS, hernia simulator, lap skills, laparoscopy, LC, OBGYN, on the job training, operative performance, OR, PGY1, PGY2, proficiency-based training, psychomotor skills, residents, salpingectomy, simulation lab, simulator training, skills transfer, surgical training, technology assessment, TEP, VR simulator