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Firearm Injuries are Difficult to Study

Dr. Marie Crandall gives a researcher’s perspective on firearms injuries. Compared to other mechanisms of injury, little funding is available for the study of firearm injury prevention. Featured Image (CC):┬áJames Case

Less-than-human Subjects

Dr. Eunice Minford gives perspective on the FIRST (Flexibility in Duty-Hour Requirements for surgical Trainees) trial.

Observing Trainees via Google Glass

Dr. Heather Evans and Dylan O’Shea discuss their research finding that recorded first-person observation was not superior to a third person camera. Their study will be presented at Surgical Education Week in Seattle, April 21-25, 2015.

Cumulative Sum Training

Dr. Yinin Hu discusses his research using cumulative sum to compare training techniques for surgical procedures. His work supports the concept of competency-based advancement.