Reshaping Radiology Precall Preparation: Integrating a Cloud-Based PACS Viewer Into a Flipped Classroom Model

Payam Sajedi, Noriko Salamon, Jason Hostetter, Stellios Karnezis, Arvind Vijayasarathi

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Abstract

Preparing residents for the on-call experience in Radiology is one of the most important aspects of education within a training program. Traditionally, this preparation has occurred via a combination of case conferences and didactic lectures by program faculty, daily teaching at the workstation, and precall assessments. Recently, a blended curricular model referred to as the flipped classroom has generated a lot of attention within the realm of graduate medical education. We applied this technique to resident precall education in the subspecialty of Neuroradiology, and surveyed the participants about their perceptions of the course. The structure, implementation, and web-based platform used to create the flipped classroom experience is described herein.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalCurrent Problems in Diagnostic Radiology
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Reshaping Radiology Precall Preparation : Integrating a Cloud-Based PACS Viewer Into a Flipped Classroom Model. / Sajedi, Payam; Salamon, Noriko; Hostetter, Jason; Karnezis, Stellios; Vijayasarathi, Arvind.

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