Evaluation of a Particle Repositioning Maneuver Web‐Based Teaching Module

@article{Beyea2008EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of a Particle Repositioning Maneuver Web‐Based Teaching Module},
  author={Jason Atkins Beyea and Eric Wong and Matthew Bromwich and W Wayne Weston and Kevin Fung},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2008},
  volume={118}
}
Objectives/Hypothesis: To compare the pass rate of residents performing the Particle Repositioning Maneuver (PRM) after one of three interventions: 1) small group PRM instruction (SG); 2) standard classroom instruction (CI); and 3) Web‐based learning module (WM). We hypothesize that our Web‐based learning module is more effective than CI and as effective as SG. 
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