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A Novel Ultrasound Curriculum For Teaching The Focused Assessment With Sonography In Trauma Exam To Undergraduate Medical Students. Trevor Gessel , BS, Daniel Cieslak , BS, BA, Richmond Doxey , BS, Mary Beth Phelan, MD, RDMS, Caroline Pace, MD. Overview. Introduction

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A Novel Ultrasound Curriculum For Teaching The Focused Assessment With Sonography In Trauma Exam To Undergraduate Medical Students

Trevor Gessel, BS, Daniel Cieslak, BS, BA, Richmond Doxey, BS, Mary Beth Phelan, MD, RDMS,

Caroline Pace, MD


Overview

Overview

  • Introduction

  • Materials and Methods

  • Results

  • Conclusion


Introduction

Introduction

  • Ultrasound curriculum needed in Medical School

    • Ubiquity among specialties

    • Operator-dependent skill

    • Students have shown interest

  • Undergraduate medical education ultrasound training

    • Quantity?

    • Components?


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FAST exam

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Right upper quadrant

Subxiphoid

Suprapubic

Left upper quadrant


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2nd Year

Medical Students

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Materials and methods

Materials and Methods

  • Online Modules

    • Society for Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME)

  • Didactic Sessions

    • 2 one-hour sessions

  • Training Session

    • Live model

    • Normal exam


Materials and methods1

Materials and Methods

  • Simulation Session

    • UltraSim® from MedSim

    • Abnormal exam (positive findings)

  • Final Competency Exam

    • Simulator (abnormal) exam

    • Live (normal) exam


Materials and methods2

Materials and Methods

  • Data Collection

    • Participant surveys

      • Previous experience and Interest

      • Satisfaction and Confidence

  • Analysis

    • Surveys

    • Performance on Final Competency Exam


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Recruitment

n=208

Did not Respond, n=182

Declined to Participate, n=3

Introductory Session

n=23

No-Showed, n=10

Declined to Participate, n=0

Online Modules

n=13

Completed Modules, n=12

Lost to Follow-up, n=1

FAST Didactic Sessions

n=12

Training Session for the Normal FAST Exam

n=12

Completed Session, n=12

Did Not Complete Session, n=0

Simulation Session for the Abnormal FAST Exams

n=12

Final Competency Exam

n=12

Results


Results

FinalExam

Didactic Session 1

Didactic Session 2

Hands-On Session

Simulation Session

Results


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Didactic Session 1

Didactic Session 1

Didactic Session 1

Didactic Session 1

Didactic Session 2

Didactic Session 2

Didactic Session 2

Didactic Session 2

Hands-On Session

Hands-On Session

Hands-On Session

Hands-On Session

Simulation Session

Simulation Session

Simulation Session

Simulation Session

Final

Exam

Final

Exam

Final

Exam

Final

Exam

Results - Confidence


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PGY1

PGY2

PGY3

Results - Competence

Live Model Exam

Simulator Exam


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Successfully taught basic sonography skills

  • Students generally satisfied with the curriculum

  • Multiple strategies successful in ultrasound curricula

  • Hands-on experience is vital


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Questions?


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Thank you!


References

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References

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Next steps

Next Steps

  • Currently repeating the curriculum

  • Added quizzes

    • Board-style questions

    • Proper position/use

    • Images – negative and positive findings

  • Increased hands-on teaching

    • Increased # of sessions

    • more experience


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