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Volume IX - Issue I :: January-June 2007

Original Article:

Change in Cardiopulmonary Arrest Response in an Anesthesiology Residency: A practice-based learning initiative.
Amgad Takla, MD, Ihab Dorotta, MD, John Staszak, DO, John E. Tetzlaff, MD

Special Article:

A Model for Developing ACGME Competencies in an Academic Anesthesiology Department
Stephen J. Kimatian, MD, FAAP; Donald E. Martin, MD; Robert Marine MA, BS; Berend Mets, MB, ChB, PhD

Volume IX - Issue II :: July-December 2007


New ACGME Requirements for Anesthesiology Residency Programs: Assessing Their Impact
Armin Schubert, MD, MBA, John E. Tetzlaff, MD


Anesthesia Residents Have a Negative Opinion on Proposed ACGME Changes to the Curriculum: A Pilot Study
Michael C. Wajda, M.D., Mitchell Y. Lee, M.D., Daniel O’Neill, M.D.,  Maki Morimoto, M.D., Lisa Tepfenhardt, M.D., Jung Kim, M.D.

SEA Abstracts:

Abstracts Presented at the 2007 Spring Meeting of the Society for Education in Anesthesia

  1. PBL as a Cornerstone in Anesthesiology Didactics
  2. Developing a Resident Mentorship Program to Advance Physician Competence
  3. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
  4. Anesthesiology Grand Rounds On-Line
  5. Use of Porcine Model of Malignant Hyperthermia (MH) to supplement High Fidelity Simulation in Residency Training
  6. The Keyword Database; Implications for Resident Education and Curriculum Construction
  7. Use of Cadaver Models in Teaching Central Line Placement
  8. Curriculum for Outpatient Anesthesia Rotation: Teaching Practice Management
  9. Using the Matrix with Interns: System Based Practice and Practice Based Learning and Improvement Made Easy
  10. Teaching OB Anesthesiology Online
  11. Assessment of ACGME Core Competencies Using an Ambulatory Surgery Patient Questionnaire
  12. Adding High-Fidelity Simulation to Medical Student and Resident Training: Curriculum, Evaluation and Lessons Learned
  13. The Development of Outcomes-Based Competencies and the Use of a Learning Portfolio to Support Competency Assessment
  14. Use of Clinical Competence Committee Recommendations for the Assessment of Outcomes for Practice Based Learning and Improvement
  15. Many Candidates, Little Time and Minimal Staff: How to Assess Airway Management Skills
  16. An Educational Intervention for Trainees in Regional Anesthesia: Do Point of Care Teaching Aids Improve Technical Skills Acquisition?
  17. Asynchronous e-Learning: Blending Web-based Technology with Morning Conference to Keep the Discussion Going
  18. Podcasting as a Delivery Tool for Education in Anesthesia and Critical Care Education
  19. OB Anesthesia Passport
  20. Web Based Curriculum to Teach Evidence Based Medicine to Residents
  21. Simulator Based Education to Teach Key Concepts in Cardiac Anesthesia
  22. Prevention of Dental Injuries in the Operating Room: The Dental Risk Recognition Injury and Prevention Program (DRRIPP)
  23. Completing an Anesthesiology Based Internship and Comfort Levels in Anesthesia Related Competencies as a CA-1 Resident
  24. Interpersonal and Communication Skills Improve During Residency
  25. Simulator Limb Experience Improves Intravenous Cannulation Success Rate in Medical Students
  26. Long-term Retention of Simulated Pediatric Airway Skills
  27. Anesthesia Machine Checkout and Troubleshooting: Does How We Teach Residents Impact Retention?
  28. Anesthesiology Residency Rotation Examinations
  29. Effects of Preoperative Exercise on Perioperative and Postoperative Outcomes
  30. Impact of Core-Competency Based Evaluations on Formative and Summative Exam Performance
  31. Retrospective Review of Anesthesiology Resident Education: A Needs Assessment
  32. The Perioperative Librarian – A New ‘Avatar’ for the 21st Century?
  33. Communication and Teamwork Can be Measured and Improved in the Operating Room
  34. Characterizing Novice Behavior Associated with Learning Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Regional Anesthesia
  35. Are Anesthesia Residents Learning Communication and Teamwork in the OR?
  36. Development of a Validated Difficult Airway Management (DAM) Multiple-Choice Exam
  37. CA-1 Machine Check OSCE Predicts Subsequent Residency Difficulty
  38. Encouraging Change in Anesthesiology Practice through Electronic Feedback to Physicians: Results From Prototype System
  39. Validation of 13 years of Resident Evaluations—Experience of the Clinical Competence Committee
  40. Use of Formative Evaluations to Objectively Demonstrate Maturity and Growth during Training
  41. Personal or Professional: Which Factors are Most Important to Anesthesiology Residents in Choosing Anesthesiology as a Career?
  42. International Medical Graduates versus American Graduates – an Anesthesiology Residency Program’s Experience