Emergency medicine resident crisis resource management ability: a simulation-based longitudinal study

  • S. C
  • T. H
  • M. C
  • et al.
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Abstract

BACKGROUND: Simulation has been identified as a means of assessing resident physicians' mastery of technical skills, but there is a lack of evidence for its utility in longitudinal assessments of residents' non-technical clinical abilities. We evaluated the growth of crisis resource management (CRM) skills in the simulation setting using a validated tool, the Ottawa Crisis Resource Management Global Rating Scale (Ottawa GRS). We hypothesized that the Ottawa GRS would reflect progressive growth of CRM ability throughout residency.

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S., C., T., H., M., C., J.D., B., V., N., S., A.-S., & A.E., B. (2014). Emergency medicine resident crisis resource management ability: a simulation-based longitudinal study. Medical Education Online, 19, 25771. https://doi.org/10.3402/meo.v19.25771

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