By the end of this educational session, the learner will: 1) List the six primary types of rash (maculopapular, petechial/purpura, diffuse erythematous, non-erythematous, vesiculo-bullous, and pustular). 2) Be able to accurately describe various types of lesions and rashes with appropriate terminology; 3) Understand the use of the Modified Lynch Algorithm and how it can be used to narrow down the differential diagnosis in patients presenting with rash.
At completion of this TBL the learner should be able to: 1. Choose appropriate ventilator settings and adjustments for a patient with lung injury or obstructive lung pattern 2. Troubleshoot an alarming ventilator 3. Set up the most common ventilator in their ED 4. Set up the equipment needed for transtracheal jet ventilation.
By the end of this educational session, the learner will: 1) list 10 major causes for an acute red eye; 2) describe historical features that help distinguish between benign and serious causes of the acute red eye; 3) describe physical examination features that help distinguish between benign and serious causes of the acute red eye; and 4) use historical and physical examination features to distinguish between the 10 different causes of the acute red eye.
At the end of this didactic session, the learner will be able to: 1) list the various transfusion reactions and their approximate incidence; 2) understand the pathophysiology behind each transfusion reaction; 3) describe the management for each type of transfusion reaction; and 4) discuss the plan for prevention of future transfusion reactions.
By the end of this session learners will be able to: 1) describe the underlying deficiencies of hemophilia A and B; 2) discuss the complications of hemophilia; 3) formulate an appropriate treatment plan for an acutely bleeding hemophiliac; 4) calculate the appropriate factor dosing for a hemophiliac with acute bleeding.
A Faculty Development Session or Resident as Teacher Session for Didactic and Clinical Teaching Techniques; Part 1 of 2: Engaging Learners with Effective Didactic TeachingDOI: https://doi.org/10.21980/J8RP4T
By the end of this workshop, the learner will: 1) describe eight teaching techniques that encourage active learning during didactic sessions; 2) plan a didactic session using at least one of eight new teaching techniques for didactic instruction
A Faculty Development Session or Resident as Teacher Session for Clinical and Clinical Teaching Techniques; Part 2 of 2: Engaging Learners with Effective Clinical TeachingDOI: https://doi.org/10.21980/J8MW2W
By the end of this workshop, the learner will: 1) describe and implement nine new clinical teaching techniques; 2) implement clinical teaching techniques specific to junior and senior resident learners.
By the end of this session, the learner will: 1) describe primary dialysis complications; 2) construct a full differential for a dialysis patient presenting with complications; 3) formulate an appropriate treatment and resuscitation in an acutely ill dialysis patient; 4) plan appropriate disposition and utilization of consultants for dialysis complications.
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