Best Practices in Simulation-based Education and Training in Surgery Neal Seymour, MD best use of surgical simulation–40 sec competency-based medical ed–1:50 simulation center–3:22 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=21356489 curriculum-driven competency-based training–6:00 measurement–6:32 competency & simulation evidence–7:54 quality practice in surgical education & training–11:08 simulation training opportunities with competency components–11:42 core skills & tasks–13:02 nontechnical & team-based skills–13:57 simulation & […]
Presented by Neal Seymour, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Emerging Frontiers in Simulation-Based Surgical Education VR as measurement tool–41 sec VR & assessment of training outcomes–3:20 citation–6:55 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=19261297 VR skills transfer studies–7:35 citations–9:01 https://w Keyword(s): animal tissue models, assessment of training outcomes, attending performance, benchmark level, blinding, clinical assessment, clinical OR, Cochrane […]
Presented by Steven Schwaitzberg, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Getting Your Video Accepted why is the HIPAA privacy rule needed?–2:11 PHI, covered entity, use, disclosure–4:31 identifiers–5:34 use of PHI in covered entity–6:11 use of PHI outside covered entity–9:47 video recording Keyword(s): acceptable use, analog, BAs, chart, clinical, consent, covered entity, CT scan, […]
SAGES/ASCRS laparoscopic Colon Surgery Symposium: What is the Rate of Adoption in the United States?
Patricia Roberts, M.D. lap colectomy–1:53 early adoption rates–2:11 COST trial–2:49 methods–3:50 citations–7:05 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16931304 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pu Keyword(s): ABS, ACGME fellowship, ASCRS, colectomy, colon cx, COST trial, CRS, diverticulitis, hands-on courses, IBD, innovations, MIS, proctectomy, specialty training, technology