Her primary areas of study are Medical education, Nursing, Educational measurement, Surgical education and Accreditation. She combines subjects such as Educational technology, Medical psychology, Multimedia and Curriculum with her study of Medical education. Her research in Curriculum intersects with topics in Surgical skills and Program evaluation.
The various areas that Debra A. DaRosa examines in her Nursing study include Learning environment, Scale and Graduate medical education. She interconnects Construct validity, Surgery and Global Rating in the investigation of issues within Educational measurement. The study incorporates disciplines such as Independent practice and General surgery in addition to Surgical education.
Debra A. DaRosa focuses on Medical education, Curriculum, Surgery, Nursing and Surgical education. Debra A. DaRosa has researched Medical education in several fields, including Quality and Scale. Her study looks at the relationship between Scale and topics such as Test, which overlap with Rating scale.
Debra A. DaRosa focuses mostly in the field of Curriculum, narrowing it down to matters related to Family medicine and, in some cases, Gerontology. The Surgery study combines topics in areas such as Educational measurement, Clinical clerkship and General surgery. Her work on Public health is typically connected to Autonomy as part of general Nursing study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Debra A. DaRosa spends much of her time researching Medical education, Autonomy, Nursing, Family medicine and Surgery. Her Medical education research includes elements of Just in Time Teaching and Peer instruction. Her work deals with themes such as Test, Scale, Patient safety, Course evaluation and Graduate medical education, which intersect with Nursing.
Debra A. DaRosa has included themes like Physical therapy, Intraclass correlation and Educational measurement in her Scale study. Her Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Interpersonal communication, Bonferroni correction, Null hypothesis and Affect. Her research integrates issues of Scope of practice, Program evaluation, Curriculum and Blended learning in her study of Skills management.
Debra A. DaRosa focuses on Medical education, Surgery, Scale, Graduate medical education and Surgical education. Her Medical education study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Active learning, Peer instruction, Core curriculum, Specialty and Peer group. Her Surgery study incorporates themes from Response rate and Medical physics.
Her work carried out in the field of Scale brings together such families of science as Intraclass correlation, Recall bias, Physical therapy and Educational measurement. Her Graduate medical education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Post-hoc analysis, Nursing and Postgraduate level. The concepts of her Surgical education study are interwoven with issues in Independent practice and General surgery.
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Strategies for efficient and effective teaching in the ambulatory care setting
Gary Ferenchick;Deborah Simpson;James Blackman;Debra DaRosa.
Academic Medicine (1997)
Reliability, Validity, and Feasibility of the Zwisch Scale for the Assessment of Intraoperative Performance
Brian C. George;Ezra Nathaniel Teitelbaum;Shari Lynn Meyerson;Mary C. Schuller.
Journal of Surgical Education (2014)
A theory-based model for teaching and assessing residents in the operating room.
Debra A. DaRosa;Joseph B. Zwischenberger;Shari L. Meyerson;Brian C. George.
Journal of Surgical Education (2013)
Applying multimedia design principles enhances learning in medical education
Nabil Issa;Mary Schuller;Susan Santacaterina;Michael Shapiro.
Medical Education (2011)
Simple Standardized Patient Handoff System that Increases Accuracy and Completeness
Jeffrey D. Wayne;Rajesh Tyagi;Gilles Reinhardt;Deborah Rooney.
Journal of Surgical Education (2008)
A prospective randomized trial of a residents-as-teachers training program.
Gary L. Dunnington;Debra DaRosa.
Academic Medicine (1998)
Implementation and Evaluation of a New Surgical Residency Model
Joseph R. Schneider;John J. Coyle;Elizabeth R. Ryan;Richard H. Bell.
Journal of The American College of Surgeons (2007)
Readiness of US General Surgery Residents for Independent Practice
Brian C. George;Jordan D. Bohnen;Reed G. Williams;Shari L. Meyerson.
Annals of Surgery (2017)
The Feasibility of Real-Time Intraoperative Performance Assessment With SIMPL (System for Improving and Measuring Procedural Learning): Early Experience From a Multi-institutional Trial
Jordan D. Bohnen;Brian C. George;Reed G. Williams;Mary C. Schuller.
Journal of Surgical Education (2016)
Separate and Equitable Promotion Tracks for Clinician-Educators
Victoria Manion Fleming;Nancy Schindler;Gary J. Martin;Debra A. DaRosa.
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