Residents need focused teaching during pediatric emergency medicine rotation to optimize their educational objectives

@inproceedings{Alomar2014ResidentsNF,
  title={Residents need focused teaching during pediatric emergency medicine rotation to optimize their educational objectives},
  author={Mohammed Edrees Alomar and Narges Daliri and Awatif Alamer and Abdolmoneim Eldali},
  year={2014}
}
Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) rotation provides a unique training environment for rotating residents. We aim to assess the impact of PEM rotation on the scientific knowledge of residents from different specialties and training centers by comparing the pre- and post-rotation knowledge. PEM Departments of three major tertiary care training centers were selected. Rotating pediatric and emergency medicine residents were given pre-test with twenty multiple-choice type questions related to the… CONTINUE READING

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