Medical knowledge is growing at an exponential rate, and physicians are expected to maintain a knowledge level that includes the most recent medical advances.1 Advances in technology have allowed both trainees and physicians in practice to quickly and asynchronously access up-to-date medical knowledge with just a few clicks of a button. Asynchronous learning is defined as individualized interactive online learning resources that allow learners to use educational materials at their own pace. It is becoming preferred among learners and can be a more effective method of education than traditional lectures.2-5 Asynchronous modalities include iTunes U, YouTube, Twitter, Coursera, blogs, Khan Academy, MedEdPortal, and Anesthesia Toolbox, to name a few. Although online educational resources continue to grow in number, it is unclear as to who or what entity is responsible for monitoring the reliability and validity...
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SubSpecialties| July 2018
Society of Academic Associations of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (SAAAPM)
Glenn Woodworth, M.D. ;
Amy Miller, Juve Ed.D ;
ASA Monitor July 2018, Vol. 82, 44–46.
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Glenn Woodworth, Amy Miller, Robert Maniker; Society of Academic Associations of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (SAAAPM). ASA Monitor 2018; 82:44–46
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