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iTeach: Fostering Instruction and Assessment of Residents and Fellows in the Gynecologic Operating Room
Course Directors: Dionysios K. Veronikis, MD and Sara Wood, MD, MHPE
Course Faculty: Rajiv Gala, MD, and John Gebhart, MD, MS
This post-graduate course is a faculty development opportunity for participants to advance their knowledge in training residents and fellows specifically in the context of the operating room (OR). We will begin by interactively identifying challenges that faculty face when teaching in the OR followed by a review of the current hot topics in the operative education literature, including operative autonomy. Approaches to identify trainees operative learning needs will provide participants with a model to address those needs throughout the surgical case. Tips and tricks to facilitate operative instruction will be shared and highlighted through video demonstration.
Delivery of intraoperative performance feedback and the integration of these methods into and at the conclusion of a surgical case will be discussed. Specific attention will note mechanisms to minimize disruptions to the workflow of the faculty member to enhance the likelihood that the feedback will be provided and documented. Faculty perspectives and interactive audience participation of their own experiences of mitigating barriers to providing timely operative feedback will be shared. Finally, strategies to teach residents or fellows who have difficulty in receiving or incorporating feedback will be considered through case examples.
Course Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion, the participant should be able to:
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