She said that the study and its conclusion were limited by the small number of respondents, the potential variability of supplemental education, and the unvalidated nature of the survey.
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This multimodal course, designed to improve airway endoscopy skills, was valued and enjoyed by residents. These selected and diverse learning modalities can be complementary. Successful endoscopy requires a broad spectrum of skills, she said. Providing a variety of learning modalities contributes to different aspects of skill development and helps mitigate current challenges in resident education.
Dr. Deutsch disclosed that a family member has received funding for research in simulation from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Laerdal Foundation, and Medical Education Technologies, Inc.
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