By Dean B. Andropoulos et al. (eds.)
The 3rd version of Anesthesia for Congenital middle affliction, the well-known gold-standard reference during this box, bargains an enormous replace and growth of the textbook to mirror the continued improvement of the perform of pediatric and congenital cardiac anesthesia and the burgeoning wisdom base during this fascinating box.
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Trainees could enter the training following completion of an ACGME-accredited pediatric anesthesia fellowship of 12 months’ duration after anesthesia residency. • Subspecialty training in congenital cardiac anesthesiology could be part of an 18-month continuum in conjunction with an ACGME-accredited pediatric anesthesia fellowship or adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology fellowship after successful completion of an anesthesia residency. • Recent recommendations as part of the Second Year Advanced Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Network specify a minimum of 12 months of congenital cardiac anesthesiology fellowship training following the 12-month ACGME first-year pediatric anesthesiology fellowship.
Involving other faculty members in the development and implementation of a curriculum also ensures a program’s continuity, stability, and sustainability. There are several key decisions that must be made, and steps that must be taken, before implementing a congenital cardiac anesthesia curriculum. First the program director needs to decide whether to introduce the curriculum as a pilot program, in stages, or to present it in its entirety. There are arguments for and against each approach; however, if stakeholders are wary of a new curriculum’s educational benefit, it is best to introduce a pilot program in order to collect evidence of its value and then gain support for its full implementation.
It generally provides data concerning participants’ perceptions, and satisfaction with objectives, content, instruction, delivery, and/or instructors. • Learning outcomes – this level of evaluation involves some form of assessment of changes in skills, knowledge, or attitudes among learners; it is most commonly conducted through pre- and post-test study designs. • Performance improvement – this level of evaluation provides information on the extent to which learning has influenced the post-learning behavior or performance of learners in their practice setting.
Anesthesia for Congenital Heart Disease by Dean B. Andropoulos et al. (eds.)