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Infographics are a valuable tool for increasing knowledge translation and dissemination. They can be used to simplify complex topics and supplement the written text of a study. This Educator's Blueprint paper will provide 10 strategies for creating high‐quality infographics. These strategies...
In the pediatric emergency department (PED), considerable challenges inhibit educational opportunities for residents outside of being precepted. The use of teaching scripts specifically addresses these challenges by allowing faculty to have prepared, hyperfocused content that can be delivered in...
Evaluating a resident's development as a bedside educator in the emergency department (ED) is challenging. Teaching consults, where trainees are observed and assessed in their teaching skills, have been used to improve bedside teaching. Within emergency medicine, there are a few assessment tools...
Surveys are ubiquitous in medical education. They can be valuable for assessment across a wide range of applications and are frequently used in medical education research. This Educator's Blueprint paper reviews the best practices in survey design with a focus on survey development. Key...
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