Improving Resident Self-efficacy in Managing Tracheostomy-related Emergencies Utilizing a Blended Curriculum with Simulation

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Tracheostomy related emergencies, require timely management and remain a significant cause for morbidity and mortality necessitating competency training for providers. Our aim was to enhance resident self-efficacy (SE), knowledge and skills with tracheostomy management utilizing an effective curriculum.

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  • Authors: J Benjamin, K Roy, S Kumar, G Paul, E Charles, E Miller, Narsi-Prasla, JD Mahan & S Thammasitboon
  • Keywords: The Otorhinolaryngologist, Tracheostomy
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