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About Nick Governatori, MD

Assistant Program Director
Assistant Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA
30 11, 2017

IDEA Series: Using Gamification to Reinforce Toxicology

2017-11-28T23:40:32+00:00

The Problem

idea series using gamification to reinforce toxixcologyEarly recognition of a patient presenting with a toxidrome is essential to providing high-quality emergency care. Learners are often first exposed to this topic, however, in one comprehensive grouping, which makes it challenging to learn the nuances that distinguish one toxidrome from another. Both learners and experienced clinicians alike often employ rote memorization (and sometimes suboptimal mnemonics) to differentiate these presentations. This can make it difficult to convert the details into long-term memory.
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11 01, 2017

IDEA Series: Teaching Residents Quality Improvement Through Action-Based Learning

2017-01-10T10:36:28+00:00

The Problem

idea series teaching residents quality improvementWhile the ACGME has required EM residency curricula to incorporate quality improvement (QI), programs have faced the challenge of executing this in a meaningful way. How can EM residency programs effectively engage learners in an action-based curriculum for QI?
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