Part of the mission of the GSEC is to improve surgical education for all levels of learning. Hover over the circles above to learn about the different research being done at each stage. This chart illustrates one focus area of our research.
A Research-Based Revolution
The Goodman Surgical Education Center (GSEC) strives to teach using evidence-based strategies to improve survival learning at all levels. At the GSEC, our director and surgical education fellows are revolutionizing surgical education with medical students, residents, and faculty to build skills the necessary to effectively interact with patients and the operative environment.
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Evaluation of a Technical and Nontechnical Skills Curriculum for Students Entering Surgery.
Shipper ES, Miller SE, Hasty BH, Merrell SB, Lin DT, Lau JN.
J Surg Res. 2017 Nov:219:92-97. PMID 29078916
Medical student perceptions of a mistreatment program during the surgery clerkship.
Hasty B, Miller SM, Shipper E, Merrell SB, Lin D, Lau JN.
Am J Surg. 2018 Apr;215(4):761-766. PMID 29395030