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Twitter-based Learning for Continuing Medical Education? A New Perspective for a Paradigm Shift in Medical Education, Accelerated by COVID-19

28 Apr, 2020 | 04:28h | UTC

Twitter-based learning for continuing medical education? A new perspective for a paradigm shift in medical education, accelerated by COVID-19 – European Heart Journal

Related: How Twitter is Changing Medical Research (texts on the subject)

 


Podcast: How to Create an Online Curriculum for Medical Education

3 Apr, 2020 | 03:55h | UTC

#203 How to Create an Online Curriculum for Medical Education – The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

See also: Episode List

 


Alex Nowbar’s journal reviews—28 February 2020

1 Mar, 2020 | 19:38h | UTC

Alex Nowbar’s journal reviews, 28 February 2020 – The BMJ Opinion (free)

Alex Nowbar reviews the latest research from the top medical journals.

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Opinion: The Inevitable Reimagining of Medical Education

28 Feb, 2020 | 08:30h | UTC

The Inevitable Reimagining of Medical Education – JAMA (free for a limited period)

Author Interview: The Inevitable Reimagining of Medical Education (free audio)

 


Study: Textbooks Used to Train Physicians Lack of Conflict of Interest Transparency

24 Jan, 2020 | 08:13h | UTC

Textbooks Used to Train Physicians Lack of Conflict of Interest Transparency – MedicalResearch.com (free)

Original Study: A Quantitative and Narrative Evaluation of Goodman and Gilman’s Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics – Pharmacy (free)

Related: Authors of premier medical textbook didn’t disclose $11 million in industry payments (free commentary) AND Study: Undisclosed Financial Ties Between Guideline Writers and Pharmaceutical Companies (several resources on the subject)

 


Randomized Trial: Effect of Teaching Bayesian Methods Using Learning by Concept vs Learning by Example on Medical Students’ Ability to Estimate Probability of a Diagnosis

6 Jan, 2020 | 23:15h | UTC

Effect of Teaching Bayesian Methods Using Learning by Concept vs Learning by Example on Medical Students’ Ability to Estimate Probability of a Diagnosis: A Randomized Clinical Trial – JAMA Network Open (free)

Invited Commentary: The Pursuit of Diagnostic Excellence – JAMA Network Open (free)

See also: Concept Teaching Video (free)

 


Educational Review – Chest Imaging Using Signs, Symbols, and Naturalistic Images: A Practical Guide for Radiologists and Non-radiologists

6 Dec, 2019 | 08:42h | UTC

Chest imaging using signs, symbols, and naturalistic images: a practical guide for radiologists and non-radiologists – Insights into Imaging (free)

 


150 years of Nature – A Century and a Half of Research and Discovery

7 Nov, 2019 | 08:08h | UTC

150 years of Nature – A Century and a Half of Research and Discovery (free resources)

Video (interesting): A network of science: 150 years of Nature papers (free)

 


Systematic Review: Evaluation of E-learning for Medical Education in Low- and Middle-income Countries

15 Oct, 2019 | 10:13h | UTC

Evaluation of e-learning for medical education in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review – Computers & Education (free)

 


Perspective: Medical Education—The Tyranny of Guidelines and the Single Best Answer

8 Oct, 2019 | 09:29h | UTC

Liyang Pan: Medical education—the tyranny of guidelines and the single best answer – The BMJ Opinion (free)

 


Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for Continuing Medical Education – Why and How?

30 Sep, 2019 | 00:08h | UTC

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) for continuing medical education – why and how? – Advances in Medical Education and Practice (free)

 


2019 Ig Nobels Award Study That Found Surgeons Are Trained Better When Treated Like Dogs

17 Sep, 2019 | 01:04h | UTC

2019 Ig Nobels Award Study That Found Surgeons Are Trained Better When Treated Like Dogs – TheThings.com (free)

See also: Training surgeons like dogs, icky money win 2019 Ig Nobels – Associated Press (free)

2018 Ig Nobel Awards: Ig Nobel Win for Kidney Stone Removing Roller-coaster (free commentaries)

Source: Training surgeons with clickers and warm scrotum studies win Ig Nobel awards – The BMJ ($)

“The Ig Nobel Prizes honor achievements that make people LAUGH, and then THINK. The prizes are intended to celebrate the unusual, honor the imaginative — and spur people’s interest in science, medicine, and technology.” (from About the Ig Nobel Prizes, in Improbable Research)

 


Perspective: Medical Education Needs to Stop Burning out Students — Now

30 Aug, 2019 | 08:46h | UTC

Medical education needs to stop burning out students — now – STAT (free)

Related: Meta-analysis: The Global Prevalence of Anxiety Among Medical Students (free studies)

 


Meta-analysis: The Global Prevalence of Anxiety Among Medical Students

18 Aug, 2019 | 22:04h | UTC

The Global Prevalence of Anxiety Among Medical Students: A Meta-Analysis – International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (free)

Related: Medical student wellbeing – a consensus statement from Australia and New Zealand – BMC Medical Education (free) AND Prevalence of Depression, Depressive Symptoms, and Suicidal Ideation Among Medical Students: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis – JAMA (free)

 


Systematic Review: Resident Physicians are at Increased Risk for Dangerous Driving After Extended-duration Work Shifts

16 Aug, 2019 | 08:02h | UTC

Resident Physicians are at Increased Risk for Dangerous Driving after Extended-duration Work Shifts: A Systematic Review – Cureus (free)

Source: Hospital Medicine Virtual Journal Club

 


Observational Study: Reductions in Residency Work Hours Not Associated with Worse Outcomes for Patients or Declines in the Quality of Physician Training

16 Jul, 2019 | 09:48h | UTC

Association of residency work hour reform with long term quality and costs of care of US physicians: observational study – The BMJ (free)

Commentaries: Reduced work hours for trainee doctors not seen to compromise care – Reuters (free) AND Capping medical residency hours does not hamper new doctors’ quality of training – Harvard Medical School (free) AND Is an 80-Hour Workweek Enough to Train a Doctor? – Harvard Business Review (free)

 


Meta-Analysis: Prevalence of Burnout in Medical and Surgical Residents

16 May, 2019 | 05:01h | UTC

Prevalence of Burnout in Medical and Surgical Residents: A Meta-Analysis – International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (free)

The aggregate prevalence of burnout was 51.0% among residents. Subgroup analysis by specialty showed that radiology (77.16%), neurology (71.93%), and general surgery (58.39%) were the top three specialties with the highest prevalence of burnout.

 


Including Lifestyle Medicine in Medical Education

22 Apr, 2019 | 22:29h | UTC

Including Lifestyle Medicine in Medical Education: Rationale for American College of Preventive Medicine/American Medical Association Resolution 959 – American Journal of Preventive Medicine (free)

 


Study: First-Year Internal Medicine Residents Spend Only 13% of Their Time on Direct Patient Care

17 Apr, 2019 | 06:05h | UTC

Assessment of Inpatient Time Allocation Among First-Year Internal Medicine Residents Using Time-Motion Observations – JAMA Internal Medicine (free)

Commentaries: A Modern Snapshot of the Daily Work of Medical Interns—The Burden of Indirect Patient Care – JAMA Internal Medicine (free) AND First-year doctors spend almost 90% of their time away from patients – University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine (free) AND First-year trainee doctors spend little time on patient care – Reuters (free) AND Medical Interns Spend 87 percent of Their Work Time Away From Patients – MedicalResearch.com (free)

 


Perspective: Nutrition Education in Medical School, Residency Training, and Practice

24 Mar, 2019 | 20:51h | UTC

Nutrition Education in Medical School, Residency Training, and Practice – JAMA (free for a limited period)

 


Medical Student Mentoring Programs: Current Insights

17 Mar, 2019 | 18:28h | UTC

Medical student mentoring programs: current insights – Advances in Medical Education and Practice (free)

 


Consensus Statement: Medical Student Wellbeing

11 Mar, 2019 | 11:57h | UTC

Medical student wellbeing – a consensus statement from Australia and New Zealand – BMC Medical Education (free)

 


Sleep, Alertness and Patient Safety Outcomes under Flexible vs. Standard Resident Duty-Hour Rules

8 Mar, 2019 | 06:18h | UTC

Patient Safety Outcomes under Flexible and Standard Resident Duty-Hour Rules – New England Journal of Medicine (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

Related Study: Sleep and Alertness in a Duty-Hour Flexibility Trial in Internal Medicine – New England Journal of Medicine (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

Commentaries: Longer shifts do not create chronic sleep loss in first-year doctors or reduce safety for patients, study finds – University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (free) AND Flexible Medical Resident Duty Hours Did Not Pose Risks To Patients – MedicalResearch.com (free)

 


Study: Comparative Accuracy of Diagnosis by Collective Intelligence of Multiple Physicians vs Individual Physicians

4 Mar, 2019 | 00:18h | UTC

Comparative Accuracy of Diagnosis by Collective Intelligence of Multiple Physicians vs Individual Physicians – JAMA Network Open (free)

Editorial: Collective Intelligence for Clinical Diagnosis—Are 2 (or 3) Heads Better Than 1? (free)

 

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Computer vs. Patient: Fighting for Residents’ Attention

15 Feb, 2019 | 01:20h | UTC

Computer vs. patient: Fighting for residents’ attention – SCOPE (free)

Original Article: Characterizing electronic health record usage patterns of inpatient medicine residents using event log data – PLOS One (free)

Related: Putting Patients First by Reducing Administrative Tasks in Health Care: A Position Paper of the American College of Physicians (free) AND Date Night with the EHR – NEJM Catalyst (free) AND How Tech Can Turn Doctors into Clerical Workers – The New York Times Magazine (10 articles per month are free) AND To Combat Physician Burnout and Improve Care, Fix the Electronic Health Record – Harvard Business Review (a few articles per month are free) AND “It is like texting at the dinner table”: a qualitative analysis of the impact of electronic health records on patient–physician interaction in hospitals – Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics (free) AND A Time-Motion Study of Primary Care Physicians’ Work in the Electronic Health Record Era – Family Medicine (free) AND Care-Centered Clinical Documentation in the Digital Environment: Solutions to Alleviate Burnout – National Academy of Medicine (free) AND Electronic Health Record Usability Issues and Potential Contribution to Patient Harm – JAMA (free)