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A Roadmap for the Student Pursuing a Career in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

Three pathways are available to students considering a pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) career: pediatric residency followed by PEM fellowship (Peds-PEM); emergency medicine residency followed by PEM fellowship (EM-PEM); and combined EM and pediatrics residency (EM&Peds). Questions regarding differences between the training pathways are common among medical students. We present a comparative analysis of training pathways highlighting major curricular differences to aid in students' understanding of these ...

When, How, & Where Tobacco Initiation and Relapse Occur During U.S. Air Force Technical Training.

Military personnel are at high risk for tobacco use, particularly during the first year of military service. Technical Training follows an 8½ week tobacco ban during basic military training and is a vulnerable time for personnel to both reinitiate and initiate tobacco use. Thus, this can be a crucial time to promote tobacco policies and interventions. However, there is limited research examining when, how, and where personnel access tobacco during the first year of service, particularly among users of new...

Pediatric Chief Resident Exchange Program - A Novel Method to Share Educational Ideas Across Training Programs.

Pediatric residency programs offer many conferences and activities to meet the educational needs of their residents. We developed and assessed The Pediatric Chief Resident Exchange Program where pediatric chief residents visited another institution for a day with the goal of sharing educational and curricular innovations between residency programs in an experiential manner.

Implementation of the flipped residency research model to enhance residency research training.

The attainment of fundamental research skills to create and disseminate new knowledge is imperative for the advancement of pharmacy practice. Research training is an important component of postgraduate residency training; however, the traditional model of performing residency research has several limitations that have hindered the ability of residents to complete high-quality research projects. Therefore, our institution developed and implemented the flipped residency research model with the 2013-2014 pharm...

Motivations to Pursue Physical Therapy Residency Training: A Q-Methodology Study of Stakeholder Perspectives.

Residency training is recognized as a valuable form of professional development and pathway to specialization. Currently residency is voluntary for physical therapists, with less than 12 percent of DPT students choosing to apply upon graduation. Motivations that drive the decision to pursue residency are currently unknown, as is the extent of similarity and difference in perspective among various stakeholders.

Global Radiology Training Prevalence Among Radiology Residency Programs.

Global Radiology aims to enhance access to medical imaging services and education, worldwide. To date, few reports have evaluated Global Radiology Training (GRT) in radiology residency programs. Here, we examined how radiology residency programs perceive and incorporate GRT into their curriculum, and how this information is promoted online.

Training of Residents and Fellows in Retinopathy of Prematurity Around the World: An International Web-Based Survey.

To characterize retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) training practices in international residency and fellowship programs.

Pediatric radiologist-driven didactics for a pediatric residency program: a quality initiative.

Pediatric residents exhibit knowledge gaps in appropriateness of imaging utilization.

A Comparison of Case Volume in Craniofacial Surgery by Plastic Surgery Residency Training Model.

Plastic surgeons in the United States are trained under 2 residency training models: integrated and independent. This study analyzes the variability of craniofacial surgery cases performed both between and within training models.

How accurate are we? A comparison of resident and staff physician billing knowledge and exposure to billing education during residency training

Practice management is an overlooked and undertaught subject in medical education. Many physicians feel that their exposure to billing education during residency training was inadequate. The purpose of this study was to compare resident and staff physicians in terms of their billing knowledge and exposure to billing education during residency training.

African School of Pediatric Oncology Initiative: Implementation of a Pediatric Oncology Diploma Program to Address Critical Workforce Shortages in French-Speaking Africa.

In 2012, the French African Pediatric Oncology Group established the African School of Pediatric Oncology (EAOP), a training program supported by the Sanofi Espoir Foundation's My Child Matters program. As part of the EAOP, the pediatric oncology training diploma is a 1-year intensive training program. We present this training and certification program as a model for subspecialty training for low- and middle-income countries.

The Current State of Gender-Affirming Surgery Training in Plastic Surgery Residency Programs as Reported by Residency Program Directors.

The purpose of this Web-based survey was to elucidate the current perspectives of plastic surgery residency program directors on training residents to perform gender-affirming surgery.

International experiences during United States ophthalmology residency training: Current structure of international experiences and perspectives of faculty mentors at United States training institutions.

There is a high level of interest in international experiences during United States (U.S.) ophthalmology residency training among both program directors and trainees.

The Outpatient Training Gap: A Pilot Study.

Most family medicine residency training takes place in hospitals, which is not reflective of the outpatient care practiced by most primary care clinicians. This pilot study is an initial exploration of family medicine residency directors' opinions regarding this outpatient training gap.

Training in pediatric palliative care in Italy: still much to do.

This survey investigated the availability of training programs in pediatric palliative care (PPC) for Italian postgraduates specializing in pediatric medicine.

Evaluating curricular modules in the care of children with medical complexity: A mixed-methods randomized controlled trial.

Children with medical complexity (CMC) are a growing population, yet training in complex care varies across pediatric residency programs. The purpose of this study was 1) to evaluate the effectiveness of a curriculum for pediatric residents in improving performance in a simulated clinical scenario; and 2) to explore residents' perceived self-efficacy in caring for CMC.

It's Not Just a Needlestick: Exploring Phlebotomists' Knowledge, Training, and Use of Comfort Measures in Pediatric Care to Improve the Patient Experience.

Blood draws are a routine element of the pediatric patient experience. They are also associated with the greatest fear and pain for a child. Because of the limited literature regarding phlebotomists' knowledge, experience, training, or stress related to their use of comfort techniques during pediatric blood draws, this study explored current practices and training methods. Phlebotomist training tends to focus on clinical technique rather than pediatric or patient comfort support. The study includes aims to ...

Utility of Residency Milestones Reported to Fellowship Directors: A national survey of pediatric fellowship program directors.

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education recently made available final residency Milestones for first-year fellows to fellowship program directors (FPDs). Usefulness of residency Milestones for fellows are unknown.

A Comparison of Residency Applications and Match Performance in 3-Year vs 4-Year Family Medicine Training Programs.

The optimal length of residency training in family medicine is under debate. This study compared applicant type, number of applicants, match positions filled, matched applicant type, and ranks to fill between 3-year (3YR) and 4-year (4YR) residencies.

Understanding Assessment Systems for Clinical Competency Committee Decisions: Evidence from a Multisite Study of Psychiatry Residency Training Programs.

This multisite study examines how clinical competency committees in Psychiatry synthesize resident assessments to inform milestones decisions to provide guidelines that support their use.

Can Professionalism Mini-Evaluation Exercise Scores Predict Medical Residency Performance? Validity Evidence Across Five Longitudinal Cohorts.

The residency admissions process is a high-stakes assessment system with the purpose of identifying applicants who best meet standards of the residency program and the medical specialty. Prior studies have found that professionalism issues contribute significantly to residents in difficulty during training. This study examines the reliability (internal structure) and predictive (relations to other variables) validity evidence for a standardized patient (SP)-based Professionalism Mini-Evaluation Exercise (P-...

Residency Interview Invitations: A Call to Action.

Pediatric flexible laryngoscopy: Trends in diagnostic abilities throughout training.

Our objectives were to evaluate the ability of residents to diagnose pathology of the pediatric larynx on laryngoscopy, to trend this ability throughout training, to compare their skills to pediatric otolaryngologists, and to determine whether reviewing digitally captured videos in slow motion, as opposed to a live exam, enhanced diagnostic abilities. In addition, we identified pathologies and anatomical sub-sites that posed diagnostic challenges.

Implicit Bias Training in a Residency Program: Aiming for Enduring Effects.

Implicit bias often affects patient care in insidious ways, and has the potential for significant damage. Several educational interventions regarding implicit bias have been developed for health care professionals, many of which foster reflection on individual biases and encourage personal awareness. In an attempt to address racism and other implicit biases at a more systemic level in our family medicine residency training program, our objectives were to offer and evaluate parallel trainings for residents a...

Survey of Global Health Education and Training in Pathology Residency Programs in the United States.

This study assessed the prevalence, general interest, and barriers to implementing global health curricula in pathology residency programs.

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