Monday, 14 March 2016

Teaching and learning in undergraduate anaesthesia: a quantitative and qualitative analysis of practice at the University of Auckland. Anaesthe Intensive Care Nov 2015

This is a survey article, covering multiple sources, examining anaesthetic teaching of medical students in a New Zealand University. It highlights some of the significant discrepancies between medical student expectations and actual learning experiences in anaesthesia. One of the key findings was the surprisingly limited exposure to IV cannulation, which has subsequently been de-emphasised in the University of Auckland learning objectives for the Anaesthesia rotation. Definitely worth a read.


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