Determinants of resident competence in mastoidectomy: role of interest and deliberate practice.

@article{Malik2013DeterminantsOR,
  title={Determinants of resident competence in mastoidectomy: role of interest and deliberate practice.},
  author={Mohammad Umair Malik and David A. Diaz Voss Varela and Eun Mi Park and Hamid Masood and Kulsoom Laeeq and Nasir Islam Bhatti and Howard W. Francis},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2013},
  volume={123 12},
  pages={
          3162-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS This study explores the influence of selected factors on achievement of competency in mastoid surgery. STUDY DESIGN A prospective study of surgical performance and a retrospective survey of learner and training factors. METHODS The longitudinal performance of 15 residents was evaluated using the mastoidectomy task-based checklist (TBC). The influence of surgical experience, resident interest, and training factors (course attendance, voluntary use of simulation… CONTINUE READING
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