Congratulations to Dr. Jeffrey Taekman on being awarded $108,668 in funding for his proposal to implement an interprofessional simulation-centric crisis resource management learning experience with Duke University Hospital.
Jeffrey Taekman, MD, receives nearly $70,000 in funding to explore the association between the administration of prebiotic galacto-oligosaccharides and pain, anxiety and cognitive function in the perioperative period.
Congratulations to Dr. Ankeet Udani, one of five co-investigators on a team led by Dr. Jennie De Gagne, for receiving a grant to develop interprofessional cybercivility modules.
The article published in the latest edition of the Monitor highlights the next journal club discussion that will be notably co-hosted by Duke Anesthesiology and the official journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists!
Congratulations to Dr. Udani for winning the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation's (APSF) Safety Scientist Career Development Award! He will use the two-year training grant for his research project comparing two learning theories.
As Immersive Learning Environments at Duke (ILE@D) is about to take its next big step, we sit down for a Q and A with Duke Human Simulation and Patient Safety Center’s Dr. Jeffrey Taekman and Michael Steele.
That’s another Twitter Journal Club in the books! Co-hosted with ASRA, the fourth installment of #AnesJC gathered more than 380,000 impressions, 300+ tweets, and 43 participants on Twitter.
Happening NOW! Join @ASRA_Society and @Duke_Anesthesia for Twitter Journal Club! Post your questions and follow along all week long using the hashtag #AnesJC
Starting Sunday, February 21st, join ASRA and Duke Anesthesiology for Twitter Journal Club! Post your questions and follow along all week long using the hashtag #AnesJC
Dr. Jeff Taekman was recently appointed by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) to serve on a newly-formed Ad Hoc Committee on Screen-Based Simulation.
Dr. Jeff Taekman’s personal blog post about MOOCs was recently featured on Online Duke, a university-wide initiative to advance educational excellence through online teaching and learning.
Our very own, Dr. Udani, was one of several speakers who led break-out sessions at last Friday’s health event about “meeting the unique needs of diverse learners.”
The TJC surpasses the one million mark after a successful turnout for its latest discussion, at DUMC and live via Twitter, about injection pressure in regional anesthesia.
Duke Anesthesia will be hosting its second Twitter Journal Club Series this week and all are invited to participate.
This past April the Human Simulation and Patient Safety Center hosted its inaugural Anesthesia Crisis Resource Management (CRM) course for CA3 residents.
Jeff Taekman, MD, just returned from Washington, D.C., where he served as lead judge in the Institute of Medicine / Society for Simulation in Healthcare Serious Games and Virtual Environments...