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CAEP FEI | Teaching Rotation for Emergency Medicine Residents – MERIT

In Featured Education Innovations (FEI) by Brian Chung2 Comments

Delaney is a first year Emergency Medicine resident. Over the course of her first few months, she works a number of shifts with Dr. Pan. Most of the ED staff really like whenever Dr. Pan works, because he treats a high volume of patients, “moves the meat,” and keeps patient waiting times low. Conversely, Delaney dislikes working with Dr. Pan because it seems that every time she works with him, he is too …

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CAEP FEI | Critical Incident Stress Management

In Featured Education Innovations (FEI) by Andrew Dixon0 Comments

Glenn is an Emergency Department RN who has basically seen it all through his fifteen years of practice. One day, a teenager is rolled into the trauma bay in cardiac arrest after a horrific car crash. Despite the team’s best efforts, the resuscitation fails and the teenager dies. Afterwards, Glenn is shaken and wants to talk. The trauma team leader organizes a debrief but doesn’t seem like she knows what to say, and there’s …

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CAEP FEI | Competency-based Assessment of Resuscitation Skills

In Featured Education Innovations (FEI) by Andrew Hall0 Comments

Dougie, a junior Emergency Medicine resident, has just passed his LMCC Part II examination, where he was tasked to perform a series of standardized histories and physical exams with actors. Although he felt that not every scenario was particularly relevant to his future practice, he did find some benefit in the standardized assessment of competence. One station reminded him of a simulation lab case, which made him wonder: “Why doesn’t my sim lab …

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CAEP FEI | Tuckamore Innovation

In Featured Education Innovations (FEI) by Adam Dubrowski0 Comments

Miriam, the simulation lab nurse, has seen all sorts of healthcare teams rotate through the sim lab to practice patient cases. Often, the participants are all from a single discipline. Often, the patient cases are similar. This has always struck Miriam as strange, as from her experience working in the Emergency Department knows that real cases involve multidisciplinary teams and that there is so much in common between the various disciplines.  Simulation technologies are …

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CAEP FEI | Emergency Training Efficiency

In Featured Education Innovations (FEI) by Sebastien Maire0 Comments

Marcel is a fourth year EM resident who is really coming into his own in the ED. For the most part, the medical aspects of being an emergency physician now come naturally to him. He quickly diagnoses complex patients, he knows what key investigations to order, and has a savvy know-how when speaking with consultants. As part of his self-tracking of his progress, he has been measuring the numbers of patients he sees …

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CAEP FEI | Emergency Department Ultrasound Simulator (edus2)

In Featured Education Innovations (FEI) by Paul Olszynski8 Comments

Dr. Bowles is an avid simulation enthusiast. She enjoys adding an extra edge to her cases by adding an agitated family member or an unhelpful consultant, or by integrating images of chest radiographs and electrocardiograms. Recently, she has had the idea of integrating ultrasound images but has been limited by her presentation software to either use still images or embed a video file to play asynchronously with her learners’ use of the ultrasound probe, neither …