Off-service resident education in the emergency department: outline of a national standardized curriculum.

@article{Kessler2009OffserviceRE,
  title={Off-service resident education in the emergency department: outline of a national standardized curriculum.},
  author={Chad Stephen Kessler and Evie Grace Marcolini and Adriana Segura Olson and Charles J Gerardo and Glenn D. Burns and Brian DelliGatti and Catherine A. Marco and David E. Manthey and Deborah C Gutman and Kathleen A. Jobe and Bradley N. Younggren and Ted Stettner and Peter Erik Sokolove},
  journal={Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 12},
  pages={
          1325-1330
        }
}
Although many residency programs mandate at least one rotation in emergency medicine (EM), to the best of our knowledge, a standardized curriculum for emergency department (ED) rotations for "off-service" residents has not been developed. As a result, the experiences of these residents in the ED tend to vary during their rotations. To design an off-service EM curriculum, we adopted Kern's six-step approach to curriculum development as a conceptual framework. The resulting program encompasses… CONTINUE READING
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