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Revista chilena de radiología

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GARRIDO C., Francisco et al. Assessment of generic skills in communication and collaboration through an Objective Structured Clinical Examination in Emergency Radiology in a university residency program in Chile. Rev. chil. radiol. [online]. 2019, vol.25, n.1, pp.35-41. ISSN 0717-9308.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-93082019000100035.

: Introduction: Emergency radiology (ER) is taught and learned throughout the entire residency. Trainees are exposed to different subspecialties ER cases and through varied imaging techniques. In addition to the “medical expert” domain, residents must develop communication and collaboration skills that will help them during their call schedule. Before they can take night-call, radiology residents must pass an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Purpose: To evaluate communication and collaboration competencies on an ER-OSCE applied to second-year radiology residents. Methods: Specific learning objectives were defined to evaluate communication and collaboration skills in abdominal, musculoskeletal and pediatric ER. Three OSCE stations were designed for this purpose and added to the evaluation instrument in 2017. On each station, resident performance was assessed with a specific template and percentage of goal achievement was calculated. Trainee´s opinion of this new modality was obtained through a perception survey. Results: Three stations were designed, two for the communicator role and one for the collaborator competency. Validity of content confirmed through an expert panel. Percentages of goal achievement on each station varied between 74,7% and 96,6. The new stations were positively evaluated by residents, which valued that competencies other than “medical expert” were being assessed. Conclusion: ER-OSCE allows the appropriate assessment of generic competencies such as communication and collaboration in radiology.

Palabras clave : Collaboration; Communication; Emergency radiology; Objective structured clinical examination; Radiology education.

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