Member Publications

What Did You Learn Today

An essay by Saundra Curry, Professor of Anesthesiology and director of the Medical Student Education, Department of Anesthesiology. This essay speaks on clinical teaching, students learning to reflect on their day, and the relational aspects of our educational enterprise.

Using a Flipped, Blended Learning Model to Build a Modern Classroom for Senior Medical Students Transitioning to Residency

Co-written by Jonathan M. Amiel and Rachel J. Gordon, Apgar Academy Members, and Daniel K. Manson. 

For more, visit Dr. Gordon's website.

Implementing an Entrustable Professional Activities Framework in Undergraduate Medical Education: Early Lessons from the AAMC Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency Pilot

Co-written by Jonathan M. Amiel, Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs.

Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency: Implications for Medical Science Educators

Co-written by Jonathan M. Amiel.

Writing Competitive Research Conference Abstracts. AMEE Guides in Medical Education

Co-written by Jonathan M. Amiel.

The Conceptualisation and Study of Empathy by Medical Educators

Co-written by Jonathan M. Amiel.

Listen in Silence: Narrative Medicine with Interprofessional Teams

Written by Deepthiman Gowda, Course Director, Foundations of Clinical Medicine Tutorials, Director of Clinical Practice, Program in Narrative Medicine, Associate Professor of Medicine. JCIPE 2017.

Impact of Explicit, Implicit, and Extra Curricula on Students' Learning of the History and Physical Examination

Co-written by Deepthiman Gowda. AMEE 2017.

Taking Time to Truly Listen to our Patients

Written by Deepthiman Gowda. See attachment below. 

Resources Used to Teach the Physical Exam to Preclerkship Medical Students: Results of a National Survey

Co-Authored by Gowda, Deepthiman, MD, MPH. Academic Medicine  May 2018

Integrating a Neuroscience Perspective into Clinical Psychiatry Today

Co-written by Melissa R. Arbuckle, Professor of Psychiatry.  JAMA Psychiatry. April 2017

Eliminating the Glass Ceiling in Academic Psychiatry

Co-written by Melissa R. Arbuckle, Professor of Psychiatry. Columbia University Libraries Nov. 2017

Articles Co-Authored by David Kessler

1. The Development and Validation of a Concise Instrument for Formative Assessment of Team Leader Performance During Simulated Pediatric Resuscitations. Simul Healthc. 2017

2. Utility of a musical mnemonic to teach CPR compression rate based on musical skills. BMJ STEL. 2017

3. 60 Seconds to Survival: A Multi-Site Study of a Screen-based Simulation to Improve Prehospital Providers Disaster Triage Skills. AEM Education and Training. Accepted for publication December 2017

4. Validity Evidence for a Serious Game to Assess Performance on Critical Pediatric Emergency Medicine Scenarios. Simulation in Healthcare. Accepted for publication November 2017.

5. Leveraging Quick Response code technology to facilitate simulation-based leaderboard competition. Simulation in Healthcare, Accepted for publication November 2017

6. Safety Threats During the Care of Infants with Hypoglycemic Seizures in the Emergency Department: A Multicenter, Simulation-Based Prospective Cohort Study. The Journal of Emergency Medicine, Accepted for publication November 2017.

7. 60 seconds to survival: A pilot study of a disaster triage video game for prehospital providers. Am J Disaster Med. 2017;12(2):75-83.

8. Attitudes Towards Three Ultrasound-guided Vascular Access Techniques in a Paediatric Emergency Department. Br J Nurs. 2017;26(19):S26-S31.

9. International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education (INSPIRE) CPR Investigators. Causes for Pauses During Simulated Cardiac Arrest. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2017;18(8):e311-e317.

10. The effect of step stool use and provider height on CPR quality during pediatric cardiac arrest: A simulation-based multicenter study CJEM. 2017;3:1-9.

11. Screening residents for infant lumbar puncture readiness with just-in-time simulation-based assessments. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning. 2017;3:17-22.

12. Can Residents Assess Other Providers’ Infant Lumbar Puncture Skills? Validity Evidence for a Global Rating Scale and Subcomponent Skills Checklist. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2017;33(2):80-85.