Peer Reviewed Publications in Education
Bittner JG, Fryer JP, Cofer JB, Mellinger JD et al. Program directors' views on general surgery resident travel for transplant rotations. AM J Surg. 2011; 202 (5): 618 - 22
Boehler M, Advani V, Schwind CJ, Wietfeldt ED, Becker Y, Lewis B, et al. Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Medical Students: A Tale of Two Schools. Journal of Cancer Education .2011; Mar;26(1):147-52
Coverdill, JE, Carbonell, AM, Cogbill, TH, Fryer, J, Fuhrman, GM, Harold, KL, Hiatt, JR, Moore, RA, Nakayama, DK, Nelson, MT, Schlatter, M, Sidwell, RA, Tarpley, JL, Termuhlen, PM, Wohltmann, C, Mellinger, JD. Professional values, value conflicts, and assessments of the duty-hour restrictions after six years: a multi-institutional study of surgical faculty and residents. The American Journal of Surgery 2011; 201, 16–23
John F. Eidt, Joseph Mills, Robert S. Rhodes, Thomas Biester, Vivian Gahtan, William D. Jordan, Kim J. Hodgson, K. Craig Kent, John J. Ricotta, Anton N. Sidawy, James Valentine. Comparison of surgical operative experience of trainees and practicing vascular surgeons: a report from the Vascular Surgery board of the American Board of Surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery; vol./issue: 53; pages: 1139-40;
Florence LS. Feng S, Foster C, Fryer J. Olthoff K, Pomfret E, Sheiner P, Sanfey H, Bumgardner G. Academic Careers and Lifestyle Characteristics of 171 Transplant Surgeons in the ASTS. American Journal of Transplantation 2011; (2):261-271.
J. M. Froelich, J. C. Milbrandt, W. M. Novicoff, K. J. Saleh, D. G. Allan, Surgical simulators and hip fractures: a role in residency training? J Surg Educ 68, 298 (Jul-Aug, 2011).
Klamen. D, Williams R. The Efficacy of a Targeted Remediation Process for Students Who Fail Standardized Patient Examinations. TLM 2011: 23 (1), 3–11
Pollock, JD, Love, TP, Steffes, BC, Thompson, DC, Mellinger, JD, Haisch, C. Is it Possible to Train Surgeons for Rural Africa? A Report of a Successful International Program. WJS. 2011; 35(3):493-9.
Roberts N, Williams R. The Hidden Costs of Failing to Fail Residents. JGME. 2011
Rogers DA. Advancing Surgical Education Scholarship. The American Journal of Surgery 2011; 201, 1–6 D.
Rogers DA, Boehler M, Roberts N, Johnson V. Using the Hidden Curriculum to Teach Professionalism during the Surgery Clerkship. Accepted .Journal of Surgical Education 2011
Rogers et al., Teaching operating room conflict management to surgeons: clarifying the optimal approach. Med Educ 2011; 45, 939.
Sanfey H. Teaching Residents to Pass and Catch the Baton (Invited Critique). Archives of Surgery. 2011; 146(1): 93.
Sanfey H, Harris I, Pollart S, Schwartz A. Evaluation of a Leadership in Academic Medicine Program at the University of Virginia. Teaching Learning in Medicine 2011;23 (4) 347 – 358.
Sanfey H, Williams R, Chen P, Dunnington G. Evaluating resident operative performance: a qualitative analysis of expert opinions. Surgery 2011;150:759-70
Sanfey H, Dunnington GL .Basic Surgical Skills Testing for Junior Residents: Current Views of a General Surgery Program Director Cohort. J Am Coll Surg 2011; 212:406–412.
Sanfey H, McDowell C, Meier AH, Dunnington GL. Team Training for Surgical Trainees. THE SURGEON: Journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland.2011;S32 – S34
Sanfey S, Cofer J, Hiatt, J, Hyser D, Jakey C, Markwell, S Mellinger, J, Sidwell, R, Smink, D, Wise, S, Wohltman, C, Dunnington, G. Service or Education: In the Eye of the Beholder?. Arch Surg. 2011;146(12):1389-1395
Sanfey, H, Boehler M, DaRosa D, Dunnington G. Career Development Needs Assessment for Vice Chairs for Education in Departments of Surgery. Accepted JSE 2011
Schwind CJ, Boehler ML, Markwell SJ, Williams RG, Brenner MJ. Use of Simulated Pages to Prepare Medical Students for Internship and Improve Patient Safety. Academic Medicine: January 2011 - Volume 86 - Issue 1 - pp 77-84
Soltys SM, Pary RJ, Robinson SW, Markwell SJ. Transitioning Between Clerkship Directors. Acad Psychiatry. 2011 Spring; 35(2):114-7.
Williams R, Sanfey H, Chen X, Dunnington G. OPRS: A step toward valid, reliable and feasible assessment of operative performances: A controlled study to determine OPRS measurement conditions necessary for reliable and valid operative performance assessment. Accepted Annals of Surgery. 2011
R. G. Williams. DL Klamen et al., Tracking development of clinical reasoning ability across five medical schools using a progress test. Acad Med 86, 1148 (Sep, 2011).