Surgical Training—A 2-Way Street of Faculty-Resident Entrustability Dynamics Invited Commentary Invited Commentary Surgical Training Is a 2-Way Street— The Faculty-Resident Entrustability Dynamic Thomas H. Cogbill, MD Teaching operative procedures is complex, involving both tionship. Characteristics that make residents more teachable teacher and trainee in a dynamic relationship which relies on inspire faculty confidence, leading to increased autonomy. Re- cognitive ability, motor skills, communication, and profes- sponsible residents arrive in the operating room having re- sionalism. Sandhu and colleagues at the University of Michigan viewed pertinent images, operative plans, operation steps, and useful anatomy. Resident demonstration of technical skills and had previously studied pro- gressive faculty entrustment team leadership ability greatly enhance faculty entrustment. as 1 strategy to achieve the Perhaps regarding the resident’s postgraduate year level as a Related article autonomy of residents in the surrogate measure of professionalism and skill acquisition operating room. In a study in this issue of JAMA Surgery, could explain how the authors found that postgraduate year 2 3 Sandhu et al used the OpTrust observational assessment tool was associated with resident entrustability. If resident entrust- to find that faculty entrustment behaviors were the primary ability inherently differs by experience or skill, then faculty
JAMA Surgery – American Medical Association
Published: Jun 21, 2018
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