Dr Jonathan White talks about Phase 2 of the Surgery 101 project, and describes his plans for 2014.
Video also on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/Yz2gO3uigV0
Surgery 101 wishes all of our listeners a happy holiday season and a peaceful and prosperous 2014.
It may have seemed a little quiet here for the last few weeks, but we have been working very hard in the background to get ready for Phase 2 of Surgery 101, coming in January 2014!
There's a special announcement coming very soon, we think you're going to like what we have lined up for next year!
The Surgery 101 Team
One of the friends of Surgery 101 is doing an innovative study on the use of the virtual environment Second Life in medical education, and he's looking for volunteers to test out a cool virtual space.
If you're interested, please watch this video and then contact Rashid Kashani at the email address provided!
At this week's pre-Christmas Surgical Education Rounds, Dr Bin Zheng discussed "Eye movements in surgery: A literature review" by Hermens et al (2013). We had a great discussion about this very new field of research, considering:
- is it possible to train a surgeon how to look better?
- is 'proper eye movement' a basic, intermediate or advanced skill?
- what are the important differences between 'watching' and 'doing'?
- is this only applicable to screen-based surgery, or can it be applied to open surgery?
(Click image for journal link)
We are now accepting applications, deadline is December 16!