Learning On The Fly

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Published on March 10, 2008

Author: orthonet

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Learning on the Fly Christian Veillette M.D., M.Sc., FRCSC Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Shoulder & Elbow Reconstructive Surgery Toronto Western Hospital University Health Network Email: orthonet@gmail.com

Everything Changes By 10 years out of residency 80% of procedures used different technique Lifelong Learning

The Reality Surgeons increasingly work within fast-paced, time-consuming & demanding practice settings No matter how committed to lifelong learning Do not feel they realistically have time to devote to learning or their CPD

Surgeons increasingly work within fast-paced, time-consuming & demanding practice settings

No matter how committed to lifelong learning

Do not feel they realistically have time to devote to learning or their CPD

How to keep up? Read the journals Which ones? Which articles? Traditional medical education Conferences Courses Seminars/Journal Clubs Commercial/Industry resources Learning on the fly

Read the journals

Which ones? Which articles?

Traditional medical education

Conferences

Courses

Seminars/Journal Clubs

Commercial/Industry resources

Learning on the fly

Journals 112 Orthopaedic, Hand Surgery & Sports Medicine journals listed in Medline Assume 8 issues/year, 20 articles, 5 mins to skim one article 1493 hours [62 (24 hour) days] continuous reading Must be selective of journals Reject a (large) percentage of the Literature

112 Orthopaedic, Hand Surgery & Sports Medicine journals listed in Medline

Assume 8 issues/year, 20 articles, 5 mins to skim one article

1493 hours [62 (24 hour) days] continuous reading

Must be selective of journals

Reject a (large) percentage of the Literature

Learning stimulated by practice Unintentional/Opportunistic learning occurs without a previously identified need Intentional/Planned learning is motivated by an identified need Learning occurs on a regular basis throughout residents/surgeons’ work routines Office Operating room/Scrub sink Emergency room Surgeon lounge Locker room

Unintentional/Opportunistic

learning occurs without a previously identified need

Intentional/Planned

learning is motivated by an identified need

Learning occurs on a regular basis throughout residents/surgeons’ work routines

Office

Operating room/Scrub sink

Emergency room

Surgeon lounge

Locker room

How adults learn Learning on the fly is a prime example of how adults learn identify and formulate ideas/questions that reflect their need to solve problems determine how and in what order learning will occur determine how learning contributes to their knowledge, skills, competence, performance How to practically implement learning on the fly?

Learning on the fly is a prime example of how adults learn

identify and formulate ideas/questions that reflect their need to solve problems

determine how and in what order learning will occur

determine how learning contributes to their knowledge, skills, competence, performance

Strategies for Learning on the Fly Four strategies Capture ideas and questions as they happen Determine what questions to pursue Share learning on the fly experiences Use learning on the fly to improve practice Royal College Outlook, Fall 2006 http://rcpsc.medical.org/publications/outlook/fall2006/index.php

Four strategies

Capture ideas and questions as they happen

Determine what questions to pursue

Share learning on the fly experiences

Use learning on the fly to improve practice

Internet & Learning on the Fly Fast Readily available Cheap Multiple resources Interactive Not routine Lack of search strategies Unfamiliar resources Uncertain quality Commercial bias Difficult to find high level orthopaedic information

Fast

Readily available

Cheap

Multiple resources

Interactive

Not routine

Lack of search strategies

Unfamiliar resources

Uncertain quality

Commercial bias

Using Google Notebook for Learning on the Fly

http://www.google.com/notebook

Thank you The Orthopaedic Internet: A Collaborative Resource

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