Mohammed J Al Fayyadh

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OBJECTIVE We examined the effect of timing and type of feedback on medical students' knot-tying performance using visual versus auditory and immediate versus delayed feedback. We hypothesized that participants who received immediate auditory feedback would outperform those who received delayed and visual feedback. METHODS Sixty-nine first- and second-year(More)
OBJECTIVE To decipher if patient attitudes toward resident participation in their surgical care can be improved with patient education regarding resident roles, education, and responsibilities. DESIGN An anonymous questionnaire was created and distributed in outpatient surgery clinics that had residents involved with patient care. In total, 3 groups of(More)
BACKGROUND Our aim was to study pass rates of the American Board of Surgery (ABS) examinations for examinees from programs in the Southwestern Surgical Congress (SWSC) compared with the rest of the United States (Non-SWSC). METHODS A retrospective review of pass rates of ABS Qualifying Examination (QE), Certifying Examination (CE), and QE/CE index from(More)
OBJECTIVE A nondesignated preliminary surgery (NDPS) position encompasses 1 year of training provided by many general surgery residencies. Our aim was to assess factors predicting success and provide evidence for program directors to support career guidance to preliminary residents. METHODS Retrospective cohort study of 221 NDPS residents who entered 5(More)
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