Key PointsQuestionDo faculty behaviors drive resident entrustability in the operating room? FindingsIn this study that used the OpTrust tool to assess 117 direct intraoperative observations involving 35 residents and 28 faculty, surgical faculty entrustment behaviors were significantly associated with resident entrustability behaviors. Neither case difficulty nor faculty years of experience was significantly associated with faculty entrustment or the level of resident entrustability demonstrated. MeaningFaculty entrustment is a critical and teachable component for advancing resident autonomy in the operating room.
JAMA Surgery – American Medical Association
Published: Jun 21, 2018
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