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Volume II - Issue I :: January-April 2000

Editorial:

Tele-Conferencing, Distance Learning and Tele-Mentoring: New Technology Harnessed for Perioperative Education
Armin Schubert, MD, MBA

Articles:

Use of Key Words as an Adjunctive Learning Tool Improves Learning During a Perioperative Medicine Rotation for Anesthesiology Residents
John E. Tetzlaff, MD, J. Victor Ryckman, MD

Volume II - Issue II :: May - August 2000

Articles:

Video Teleconferencing with Realistic Simulation for Medical Education
Jeffrey B. Cooper, PhD, Deborah Barron, MD; Richard Blum, MD; J. Kenneth Davison, MD; David Feinstein, MD; Jordan Halasz; Daniel Raemer, PhD; Roger Russell, MD

Volume II - Issue III :: Sept - December 2000

SEA Meeting
Abstracts:

Presented at the 2000 Annual Spring Meeting of the Society for Education in Anesthesia.

  1. 3D Anatomy Tutorial Template: A New Teaching Method Using Virtual Reality
  2. A Comparison of Computer-Assisted Instruction and a Traditional Lecture on Learning Vascular Anesthesia
  3. Distance Education With a Human Patient Simulator - A Novel Method to Involve Remote Participants
  4. The Integrated Clinical Base Year: Will it Produce Better-Prepared Graduates?
  5. Managing and Designing Research Projects in a Time-Restricted Academic Environment
  6. A Proposed Novel Classification of Teaching Strategies Using a Full Human Simulator
  7. Integration of Simulation-Based Anesthesia Education With a Web-Based Resource
  8. The Teaching Faculty Position-A New Approach to Educational Accountability and Satisfaction
  9. Video Technique in Teaching Intubation