Samir C Grover
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Wikipedia: A Key Tool for Global Public Health Promotion
- James M Heilman, E. Kemmann, +16 authors M. Laurent
- Journal of medical Internet research
- 31 January 2011
The Internet has become an important health information resource for patients and the general public. Wikipedia, a collaboratively written Web-based encyclopedia, has become the dominant online… Expand
An Evaluation of Wikipedia as a Resource for Patient Education in Nephrology
Wikipedia, a multilingual online encyclopedia, is a common starting point for patient medical searches. As its articles can be authored and edited by anyone worldwide, the credibility of the medical… Expand
Impact of a simulation training curriculum on technical and nontechnical skills in colonoscopy: a randomized trial.
BACKGROUND GI endoscopy simulation-based training augments early clinical performance; however, the optimal manner by which to deliver training is unknown. OBJECTIVE We aimed to validate a… Expand
Impact of experience on self-assessment accuracy of clinical colonoscopy competence.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Self-assessment is important for life-long learning and a recommended assessment method for endoscopy skills. Prior literature has not investigated self-assessment accuracy of… Expand
M1042 The Quality of Open Access and Open Source Internet Material in Gastroenterology: Is Wikipedia Appropriate for Knowledge Transfer to Patients?
Comparison of the Impact of Wikipedia, UpToDate, and a Digital Textbook on Short-Term Knowledge Acquisition Among Medical Students: Randomized Controlled Trial of Three Web-Based Resources
Background Web-based resources are commonly used by medical students to supplement curricular material. Three commonly used resources are UpToDate (Wolters Kluwer Inc), digital textbooks, and… Expand
Simulation-Based Training of Non-Technical Skills in Colonoscopy: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial
Background Non-technical skills (NTS), such as communication and professionalism, contribute to the safe and effective completion of procedures. NTS training has previously been shown to improve… Expand
Esophageal Intramural Pseudodiverticulosis and Concomitant Eosinophilic Esophagitis: A Case Series
- M. Scaffidi, A. Garg, +6 authors Samir C Grover
- Canadian journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
- 28 August 2016
Background. Esophageal intramural pseudodiverticulosis (EIPD) is an idiopathic benign chronic disease characterized by flask-like outpouchings of the esophageal wall. It is unknown whether there is a… Expand
Impact of a simulation-based ergonomic training curriculum on work-related musculoskeletal injury risk in colonoscopy.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Endoscopists are at risk of developing musculoskeletal injuries, and few receive training on ergonomics. The aim of this study was to determine the impact of a simulation-based… Expand
Impact of COVID-19 on endoscopy trainees: an international survey
Background and Aims Although coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has affected endoscopy services globally, the impact on trainees has not been evaluated. We aimed to assess the impact of COVID-19 on… Expand