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Volume X - Issue I :: January-June 2008


Basic Review of Endotracheal Intubation for Providers at a Mass Casualty.
Ben Boedeker, DVM, MD, PhD, MBA; W. Bosseau Murray, MB, ChB, FRCA 

Impact of a Didactic Lecture on Professionalism in Increasing Knowledge Amongst Faculty and Residents in an Academic Department.
Peregrina L. Arciaga, MD, Adjare Windokun, MD, Jonathan S. Jahr, MD, John Tetzlaff, MD, Stephen Steen ScD, MD

Volume X - Issue II :: July - December 2008


The Use of Standardized Patients to Evaluate Interpersonal and Communication Skills of Anesthesiology Residents: A Pilot
Andrew B. Casabianca, MD; Thomas J. Papadimos, MD, MPH, FCCM, Shashi B. Bhatt, MB, BS, MD, FRCA (UK)

Accuracy of Anatomical Landmarks in Locating the Internal Jugular Vein Cannulation Site Among Different Levels of Anesthesia Trainees
Mohammad Helwani, MD; Nahel Saied, MB, B, Ch; Shigemasa Ikeda, MD

SEA Abstracts

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

Poster Presentations - Curriculum

  1. Implementing Supervisory and Schedule Management Experience into a Residency Program
  2. Multidisciplinary OR Team Training in an Academic Setting
  3. Standardized Residency Interviews based on ACGME Competencies
  4. Evaluation Tool for Assessing Knowledge, Attitudes and Performance (KAP)
  5. Obstetric Crisis Team Training Course (OCTT): 12 Month Review
  6. Use of a Focused Observation and Evaluation Form anchored by the Dreyfus Model to Demonstrate Resident Skill Progression
  7. Using the Healthcare Matrix to Effect Change
  8. Promoting Perioperative Learning, Reflection, Self-assessment and Improvement with a Daily Clinical Teaching and Learning Summary
  9. Teaching Regional Anesthesia: Communicating with Residents
  10. Development and Implementation of a One Day Curriculum to Introduce Anesthesiology Residents to Systems-Based Practice Using Both Web-Based and Practical Components
  11. A SAFE C.A.R.E. (Core Anesthesia Recommended Education) Primer: An Introductory Anesthesia Safety Course
  12. The Benefits of a Focused Anesthesia Training Month in the PGY- 1 Year
  13. Developing a PACU Rotation Curriculum for Anesthesia Residents
  14. APEP-Anesthesiology Preceptorship Enrichment Program: A Curriculum for First and Second Year Medical Students…An Early Look
  15. An Innovative Model for preclinical exposure: West Virginia University Externship in Anesthesia
  16. Applying Business Modeling to Improve Regional Anesthesia Teaching
  17. Faculty Evaluation of Resident Performance by Expectations and by Demonstration of Competency
  18. Implementation of an Objective Structured Clinical Exam to Validate Learning in the 6 Core Competencies, A Pilot
  19. Individualized, Mentored Study Plans Based on Medical Knowledge Deficiencies
  20. Development of a Teaching Workshop for New Anesthesiology Faculty
  21. Simulator Use in New York Metropolitan Anesthesia Residency Programs
  22. Use of Specialty-Based Resident Passport to Enhance Learning in the Clinical Environment
  23. Does Having a Constructed Morbidity and Mortality Conference Improve the Learning Experience of the Anesthesiology Residents?
  24. Disclosure of Adverse Outcomes in Anesthesiology - A New Curriculum and a Novel Means of Evaluation
  25. Managing Conflict in the Perioperative Setting: A Workshop Curriculum and Collaborative Research Proposal for SEA Members
  26. Simulator Based Curriculum in Cardiac Anesthesia
  27. A Comparison of Self Directed Learning vs. Medical Simulator Enhanced
  28. Color-Coded Competency Based Training
  29. Curriculum and Evaluation for the First Month of Anesthesiology Training

Poster Presentations - Scientific

  1. Survey to Explore the Efficacy of the First Chief Residents’ SEA Workshop, Spring 2007
  2. The Likelihood of Medical Students to Report Ongoing Errors in Patient Safety During the Treatment of an Unstable Patient
  3. A Study of High-Fidelity, Mannequin-Based Simulation for Training Medical Students in the Delivery of Care to the Unstable Patient
  4. Portfolio Improves Scholarly and Academic Activities of Anesthesia Residents
  5. The Effect of Focused Simulation Training on First Year Clinical Anesthesiology Residents’ Operating Room Performance
  6. Assessment of Resident’s Knowledge by Core Competency Based EvaluationsCompetency BasedAssessment of Resident’s Knowledge by Core Competency Based Evaluations
  7. An Attempt to Improve Preoperative Airway Assessment
  8. Reflection on Clinical Competence: Have We Muddied the Waters?