Ben and Vic discuss the paper of the month, including expert commentary from Dr Marc Berg.
Resuscitation Education Science: Educational Strategies to Improve Outcomes From Cardiac Arrest: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association
Cheng, A., Nadkarni, V., Mancini, M., Hunt, E., Sinz, E., Merchant, R., Donoghue, A., Duff, J., Eppich, W., Auerbach, M., Bigham, B., Blewer, A., Chan, P. and Bhanji, F. (2018) Circulation, 138(6).
We also discussed 3 other papers, with a theme of assessment and feedback
- Hendrik Friederichs, Bernhard Marschall & Anne Weissenstein (2018) Simulation-based mastery learning in medical students: Skill retention at 1-year follow up, Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1503411
- Molloy, E. and Bearman, M. (2018), Embracing the tension between vulnerability and credibility: ‘intellectual candour’ in health professions education. Med Educ. . doi:10.1111/medu.13649
- Jeffrey N. Siegelman, Michelle Lall, Lindsay Lee, Tim P. Moran, Joshua Wallenstein, and Bijal Shah (2018) Gender Bias in Simulation-Based Assessments of Emergency Medicine Residents. Journal of Graduate Medical Education: August 2018, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 411-415.
(and also discussed here by our friends at em simcases https://emsimcases.com/2018/10/23/limiting-gender-bias-in-simulation-assessment/ )