His primary areas of study are Medical education, Competence, Curriculum, Emergency medicine and Context. His work on Medical education is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Harm. His research on Competence often connects related areas such as Operations research.
His Curriculum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Open educational resources and Critical appraisal. His work carried out in the field of Emergency medicine brings together such families of science as Residency program, Intervention, CINAHL and Mastery learning. His study on Context is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as The Internet, Family medicine, Young adult, Clinical Practice and Guideline adherence.
Jonathan Sherbino spends much of his time researching Medical education, Emergency department, Emergency medicine, Social media and Curriculum. His Medical education study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Competence. His Emergency department research focuses on Internal medicine and how it connects with Cardiology.
His Emergency medicine study often links to related topics such as Specialty. His research on Social media often connects related topics like The Internet. His Myocardial infarction research is mostly focused on the topic Unstable angina.
His primary scientific interests are in Medical education, Emergency department, Internal medicine, Cohort and Faculty development. His work deals with themes such as Coaching, Perception and Competence, which intersect with Medical education. His Competence study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Residency program and Formative assessment, Summative assessment.
His Emergency department research includes elements of Wonder, Physician Office and Medical emergency. His studies deal with areas such as Acute coronary syndrome, Myocardial infarction and Renal function as well as Cohort. He has included themes like Patient flow and Virtual community of practice in his Faculty development study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Medical education, Emergency department, Cohort, Acute coronary syndrome and Myocardial infarction. His Medical education research includes themes of Decision aids and Protocol. His Emergency department study incorporates themes from Biomarker, Internal medicine, Renal function and Algorithm.
His Unstable angina, Blood test, Area under the curve and Cardiac troponin study, which is part of a larger body of work in Internal medicine, is frequently linked to Mace, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Cohort research integrates issues from Gastroenterology and Cardiovascular death. Among his research on Stakeholder, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Fidelity, Sprint, Focus group, Transformative learning and Operationalization.
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Competency-based medical education: theory to practice.
Jason R. Frank;Linda S. Snell;Olle Ten Cate;Eric S. Holmboe.
The role of assessment in competency-based medical education
Eric S. Holmboe;Jonathan Sherbino;Donlin M. Long;Susan R. Swing.
Competency-based medical education in postgraduate medical education
William F. Iobst;Jonathan Sherbino;Olle Ten Cate;Denyse L. Richardson.
Debriefing for Technology-Enhanced Simulation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Adam Cheng;Walter Eppich;Vincent Grant;Jonathan Sherbino.
Medical Education (2014)
The Causes of Errors in Clinical Reasoning: Cognitive Biases, Knowledge Deficits, and Dual Process Thinking
Geoffrey R Norman;Sandra D Monteiro;Jonathan Sherbino;Jonathan S Ilgen.
Academic Medicine (2017)
Validation of a rule for termination of resuscitation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
Laurie J. Morrison;Laura M. Visentin;Alex Kiss;Rob Theriault.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2006)
Technology‐enhanced Simulation in Emergency Medicine: A Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis
Jonathan S. Ilgen;Jonathan Sherbino;David A. Cook.
Academic Emergency Medicine (2013)
The etiology of diagnostic errors: a controlled trial of system 1 versus system 2 reasoning.
Geoffrey Norman;Jonathan Sherbino;Kelly Dore;Tim Wood.
Academic Medicine (2014)
Competency-based continuing professional development
Craig Campbell;Ivan Silver;Jonathan Sherbino;Olle Ten Cate.
Medical Teacher (2010)
The use of free online educational resources by Canadian emergency medicine residents and program directors.
Eve Purdy;Brent Thoma;Joseph Bednarczyk;David Migneault.
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine (2015)
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