Recent Duke SERG Activity

The Duke Surgical Education Research Group (SERG) was well represented at the 2023 Surgical Education Week, a combined meeting of the Association of Program Directors in Surgery and the Association of Surgical Educators. Duke SERG presented 15 abstracts for poster or oral presentations, representing an amazing effort on behalf of Duke Surgery’s residents and medical students.

Duke SERG Presentations at Surgical Education Week

  • Qui Bono? An Assessment of Resident Employee Benefits Relative to their Peers at the Same Institution
    Oral Poster: Leraas
  • Attending and Resident Expectations of Medical Students on the Surgery Clerkship
    Oral Poster: Rhodin
  • Impact of resident duty hours on ABSITE score performance
    Podium Presentation: Kesseli
  • Increasing Interest in Intraoperative Recording through a Resident Video Review Challenge
    Thinking Out of the Box Oral Presentation: Rhodin
  • Student and Attending Preceptor Perceptions of Longitudinal Clinic During Research Year as a Surgical Education and Assessment Tool
    Podium Presentation: DeLaura
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Medical Student End of Surgical Clerkship Feedback Including Natural Language Processing Analysis
    Podium Presentation: Howell
  • Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships are an Increasingly Popular Curricular Innovation That Remain Understudied in the Surgical Setting
    Quickshot: Thornton
  • Multidisciplinary Pediatric Trauma Simulation Curriculum in Conjunction with a Trauma Resuscitation Cognitive Aid Improves Resident Performance
    Quickshot: Horne
  • Exercise and nutrition are potential areas for optimization for General Surgery residents
    Podium Presentation: Kang
  • Cultivating Character During Residency: The Project on the Good Surgeon
    Video Presentation: Howell
  • Attending, Resident, and Medical Student Perceptions of a 'Good' Surgical Sub-Intern
    Digital Poster: Rhodin
  • Improving Resident Engagement in Teaching through a Dedicated Education Series
    Digital Poster: Rhodin
  • Two-year experience with implementation of the Cultural Complications Curriculum
    Digital Poster: Samoylova
  • Do Surgical Residents Serving as Medical Student Surgical Clerkship Coordinators Influence Student Perceptions?
    Digital Poster: Ladowski
  • Student-Led Anatomy Seminars Facilitate Surgical Anatomy Knowledge While Promoting Strong Relationships Between Students and Faculty: A Follow-Up Study
    Digital Poster: Jeffs

Project Domains

  • Undergraduate Medical Education (Medical Students)
  • Graduate Medical Education (Residency/Fellowship)
  • Surgical Simulation
  • Continuing Medical Education