RSNA diagnosis live: A novel webbased audience response tool to promote evidence-based learning
PublisherRadiological Society of North America Inc.
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AbstractAudience response systems have become more commonplace in radiology residency programs in the last 10 years, as a means to engage learners and promote improved learning and retention. A variety of systems are currently in use. RSNA Diagnosis Live™ provides unique features that are innovative, particularly for radiology resident education. One specific example is the ability to annotate questions with subspecialty tags, which allows resident performance to be tracked over time. In addition, deficiencies in learning can be monitored for each trainee and analytics can be provided, allowing documentation of resident performance improvement. Finally, automated feedback is given not only to the instructor, but also to the trainee.
Education, Medical, Graduate--methods
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