Fried, FACP, director of graduate medical education at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center. ... We can gather a lot of data about medical errors in a relatively short period of time because we're collecting near-misses.”.
either. At Portland Adventist, hospitalists must take 20 hours of continuing medical education in order to earn POCUS privileges, said Dr. ... Options for hospitalists to learn POCUS include the following:. In partnership with the American Institute of
Enhance public education about clinical trials, including non-English speakers;. Implement “participant navigation,” a new tool that helps patients keep their appointments and solves their non-medical problems; and. ... Such support from the
But since many people do have ST-elevation myocardial infarctions far from PCI capability, our cover story looks at what hospitals, physicians, and emergency medical services are doing to optimize these ... problems. This month's Q&A looks at medical
Resident work hours have been getting shorter for decades. But a recent change from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and new research on the impact of work-hour limits
Researchers used data from the Malpractice Insurers Medical Error Prevention Study to determine the involvement of trainees in medical errors. ... Also, because the events in their study occurred before 2003, they were unable to examine the effect of the
Results were published in the Oct. 13, 2010 Journal of the American Medical Association. ... Studies were excluded if they looked at the indirect information, such as continuing medical education courses funded by unrestricted grants, or if they were
Chretien. She and her colleagues gathered some of those principles in a study of Twitter “superusers” (medical students who regularly tweeted about medical education and their own professional development) and published ... Documentation about
How I found myself in medical education: I worked for two years at the VA hospital in Tacoma, Wash. ... Future goals: Continue to be involved with medical education at a national level.
What better way to nab a prestigious publication in a medical education journal, advance our academic careers, and present in some exotic far-off land, like Poughkeepsie? ... Look out for our upcoming publication in Nature! We were still left without an