Prominent publications by Linda S Snell

KOL Index score: 13744

PURPOSE: Despite widespread implementation of policies to address mistreatment, high rates of mistreatment during clinical training are reported, prompting the question of whether "mistreatment" means more to students than delineated in official codes of conduct. Understanding "mistreatment" from students' perspective and as it relates to the learning environment is needed before effective interventions can be implemented.

METHOD: The authors conducted focus groups with final-year ...

Known for Learning Environment |  Students Mistreatment |  Focus Groups |  Medical Surveys |  Clinical Training
KOL Index score: 13342

Recent calls to focus on identity formation in medicine propose that educators establish as a goal of medical education the support and guidance of students and residents as they develop their professional identity. Those entering medical school arrive with a personal identity formed since birth. As they proceed through the educational continuum, they successively develop the identity of a medical student, a resident, and a physician. Each individual's journey from layperson to skilled ...

Known for Identity Formation |  Medical Students |  Graduate Education |  Residents Physician |  Social Identification
KOL Index score: 12021

INTRODUCTION: The recent emphasis on the teaching and evaluation of professionalism for medical students and residents has placed significant demands on medicine's educational institutions. The traditional method of transmitting professional values by role modelling is no longer adequate, and professionalism must be taught explicitly and evaluated effectively. However, many faculty members do not possess the requisite knowledge and skills to teach this content area and faculty ...

Known for Faculty Development |  Teaching Professionalism |  Programme Evaluation |  Medical Students |  Role Modelling
KOL Index score: 11393

BACKGROUND: At a time of increased need and demand for general internists in Canada, the attractiveness of generalist careers (including general internal medicine, GIM) has been falling as evidenced by the low number of residents choosing this specialty. One hypothesis for the lack of interest in a generalist career is lack of comfort with the skills needed to practice after training, and the mismatch between the tertiary care, inpatient training environment and "real life". This project ...

Known for Internal Medicine |  Training Programs |  Canadian General |  Procedural Skills |  Gim Practice
KOL Index score: 11031

Objective: To determine the feasibility and value of using patient satisfaction ratings to evaluate the physician-patient relationship skills of medical residents.Design: A cross-sectional survey was used to collect patient satisfaction information for medical residents from all patients attending the outpatient teaching climes over a three-month period. The feasibility of patient rating was assessed by evaluating the reliability of resident satisfaction scores and potential sources of ...

Known for Satisfaction Ratings |  Teaching Hospitals |  Internal Medicine |  Physician Patient |  Scores Residents
KOL Index score: 9896

CONTEXT: The McGill University Faculty of Medicine undertook a pilot, simulation-based multiple mini-interview (MMI) for medical school applicant selection, which ran simultaneously with traditional unstructured interviews (all applicants underwent both processes). This paper examines major stakeholder (applicants and evaluators) opinions towards the MMI compared with traditional interviews, including perceptions about the feasibility and utility of the MMI.

METHODS: A total of 100 ...

Known for Traditional Interviews |  Interview Mmi |  Medical School |  Multiple Mini |  Descriptive Statistics
KOL Index score: 9479

The decision to trust a medical trainee with the critical responsibility to care for a patient is fundamental to clinical training. When carefully and deliberately made, such decisions can serve as significant stimuli for learning and also shape the assessment of trainees. Holding back entrustment decisions too much may hamper the trainee's development toward unsupervised practice. When carelessly made, however, they jeopardize patient safety. Entrustment decision-making processes, ...

Known for Entrustment Decision |  Clinical Training |  Assessment Trainees |  Graduate Humans Internship |  Making Education
KOL Index score: 9113

OBJECTIVE: The current medical education system is steeped in tradition and has been shaped by many long-held beliefs and convictions about the essential components of training. The objective of this article is to propose initiatives to overcome biases against competency-based medical education (CBME) in the culture of medical education.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: At a retreat of the International Competency Based Medical Education (ICBME) Collaborators group, an intensive brainstorming ...

Known for Medical Education |  Competency Based |  Organizational Culture
KOL Index score: 9073

AIMS: To explore the review process from the reviewers' perspective, including perceptions of the time taken to carry out a review, barriers to and facilitators of the review process, benefits of reviewing, opinions about blinded versus transparent reviews, how the process of reviewing might be made easier, and to assess reviewers' experience of, and training in, the peer review process.

SUBJECTS: Reviewers for Medical Education invited to review over a 5-month period between 1st June ...

Known for Review Process |  Medical Education |  Formal Training |  Humans Peer |  Publishing Quality
KOL Index score: 8854

BACKGROUND: We reviewed the medical-education literature in order to explore the significance and importance of teaching medical students about education principles and teaching skills.

AIMS: To discuss reasons why formal initiatives aimed at improving teaching skills should be part of the training of all physicians, and how it could begin at the medical-student level.

DESCRIPTION: In this article, we propose several reasons that support formal undergraduate medical training in education ...

Known for Medical Students |  Training Teaching |  Faculty Members |  Undergraduate Humans |  Internship Residency
KOL Index score: 8489

PURPOSE: Educators in surgical training programs are concerned that the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) duty hours limitations may adversely affect surgical residents' education, especially their operative experience, so the authors aimed to evaluate the impact of duty hours reductions on surgical residency.

METHOD: The authors searched English- and French-language literature (2000-2008) for articles about the impact of duty hours restrictions on surgical ...

Known for Surgical Residents |  Duty Hours |  Accreditation Council |  Graduate Medical Education |  Faculty Medical
KOL Index score: 8350

Teaching medical professionalism is a fundamental component of medical education. The objective is to ensure that students understand the nature of professionalism and its obligations and internalize the value system of the medical profession. The recent emergence of interest in the medical literature on professional identity formation gives reason to reexamine this objective. The unstated aim of teaching professionalism has been to ensure the development of practitioners who possess a ...

Known for Professional Identity |  Medical Education |  Role Models |  Experiential Learning |  Social Identification
KOL Index score: 8035

The International Competency-Based Medical Education (ICBME) Collaborators have been working since 2009 to promote understanding of competency-based medical education (CBME) and accelerate its uptake worldwide. This article presents a charter, supported by a literature-based rationale, which is meant to provide a shared mental model of CBME that will serve as a path forward in its widespread implementation.At a 2013 summit, the ICBME Collaborators laid the groundwork for this charter. ...

Known for Medical Education |  Undergraduate Faculty |  Competency Based |  Implementation Process |  Icbme Collaborators
KOL Index score: 7972

OBJECTIVE: Musculoskeletal (MSK) complaints have high prevalence in primary care practice (12%-20% of visits), yet many trainees and physicians identify themselves as weak in MSK physical examination (PE) skills. As recruitment to MSK specialties lags behind retirement rates, there is a shortage of physicians able to effectively teach this subject. We investigated current practices of Canadian undergraduate medical programs regarding the nature, amount, and source of preclerkship MSK PE ...

Known for Clinical Skills |  Medical Students |  Undergraduate Humans |  Msk Teaching |  Patient Partners


Linda S Snell: Influence Statistics

Sample of concepts for which Linda S Snell is among the top experts in the world.
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entrusted tasks #1
cbme continuing #1
22 focus participants #1
115 nonrepeated articles #1
patienteducators #1
tensions workwork balance #1
reviews process #1
curriculum competencybased teaching #1
authors perceived impacts #1
“nonmedical expert roles #1
essential components training #1
current msk teaching #1
worker mentality #1
substandard epas #1
generation new questions #1
mcqs evaluation #1
educator domains #1
supporting professionalism #1
nf professionalism #1
msk skills #1
regulations qualitative #1
surveyors peers #1
loss patient ownership #1
optimistic book #1
2013 consensus conference #1
undergraduate humans internship #1
limitations clinical courage #1
1 medical students #1
personal interviews students #1
nonmsk specialist physician #1
patient‐centred education #1
gim training #1
competencybased teaching assessment #1
mmi traditional #1
accreditation residency #1
purpose epas #1
msk medical #1
detractors mcqs #1
involvement evaluation process #1
189 167 students #1
accreditation peers #1
forefront fundamental competencies #1
internal medicine factors #1
patient ownership evidence #1
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Linda S Snell:Expert Impact

Concepts for whichLinda S Snellhas direct influence:Medical education,  Education scholarship,  Patient ownership,  Faculty development,  Medical students,  Medical professionalism,  Review process,  Professional identity.

Linda S Snell:KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Linda S Snell has influence:Medical education,  Professional identity,  Faculty development,  Qualitative study,  Clinical teaching,  Emergency medicine,  Communication skills.



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