- Listeners will describe the value that accessible data review and analysis adds to surgical education.
- Listeners will describe how review of operative data could be utilized for more objective evaluation and credentialing, and how this can be used for continuous improvement.
- Listers will recognize common barriers to using new technology or process changes in surgery.
- Listeners will recognize the importance of a well-developed research question and its application to a clinical need when designing research or innovation in surgery and education.
- Listeners will appreciate the long and iterative process required to go from a research idea to implementation and impact on clinical outcomes.
- Listeners will organize their own ideas for research utilizing the advice offered in the episode.
– Goldenberg MG, Jung J, Grantcharov TP. Using Data to Enhance Performance and Improve Quality and Safety in Surgery. JAMA Surg. 2017;152(10):972. doi:10.1001/jamasurg.2017.2888
– van Dalen ASHM, van Haperen M, Swinkels JA, Grantcharov TP, Schijven MP. Development of a Model for Video-Assisted Postoperative Team Debriefing. J Surg Res. 2021;257:625-635. doi:10.1016/j.jss.2020.07.065
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