This survey study identifies and compares the perceptions of surgical faculty members and residents about performance, capability, autonomy, and expectations surrounding entrustable professional activities.
This article describes a simple means of presenting physicians with direct qualitative and visual patient assessments to supplement current survey tools.
This qualitative study describes the perceptions of Peruvian surgeons who received international training on the effect of the globalization of medical education on surgical care in Peru.
This pilot study assesses US surgeons’ awareness of racial/ethnic disparities in surgical outcomes and processes of surgical care.
Anderson and colleagues conducted a 3-phase observational study of surgeons’ perioperative teaching behaviors aimed at promoting deliberate teaching of residents, changing resident perception of their teachers, and producing sustainable improvements. Schenarts and Flowers provide an invited commentary.
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