A simulator-based curriculum to promote comparative and reflective analysis in an internal medicine clerkship.

@article{McMahon2005ASC,
  title={A simulator-based curriculum to promote comparative and reflective analysis in an internal medicine clerkship.},
  author={Graham T McMahon and C. C. Monaghan and Kenneth R. Falchuk and James A. Gordon and Erik Karl Alexander},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2005},
  volume={80 1},
  pages={84-9}
}
PURPOSE To develop and evaluate a novel curricular framework using high-fidelity patient simulation in an internal medicine clerkship. METHOD Two 90-minute simulator-based modules of ischemic heart failure and hypoxemic respiratory failure were developed from adult and experiential learning principles. Three short simulated cases focused on each pathophysiologic concept were intermixed with two short teaching sessions and a period of comparative analysis. In 2002-03, the program was piloted… CONTINUE READING

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