His main research concerns Meta-analysis, CINAHL, Simulation based, Scopus and Medical education. The concepts of his CINAHL study are interwoven with issues in Quality, Instructional design and Mastery learning. His studies deal with areas such as PsycINFO, Data extraction and Family medicine as well as Mastery learning.
Simulation based overlaps with fields such as Simulation training and Best practice in his research. The Scopus study combines topics in areas such as Educational technology, Medical physics and Data science. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Medical education, Simulated patient, Outcomes research and Curriculum is strongly linked to Health professions.
Ryan Brydges mainly investigates Medical education, Context, Physical therapy, Simulation based and Randomized controlled trial. His Medical education research includes elements of Pedagogy, Mastery learning, Curriculum, Self-regulated learning and CINAHL. His CINAHL research incorporates themes from Instructional design and Scopus.
His research in Physical therapy focuses on subjects like Competence, which are connected to Generalizability theory. Ryan Brydges integrates many fields in his works, including Simulation based, Meta-analysis, Content, Simulation training and Procedural skill. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Medical physics and Surgery.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Context, Autonomy, Public relations and Competence. His research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Self-regulated learning, Intensive care and Strategic learning in his study of Medical education. His Context research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Applied research, Mythology, CINAHL, Ivory tower and Scopus.
His study in Public relations intersects with areas of studies such as Human resource management, Pandemic, Set, Public health and Function. His Competence study which covers Assessment for learning that intersects with Physical therapy. He interconnects Anesthesia, Observational study, Specialty, Rating scale and Cronbach's alpha in the investigation of issues within Physical therapy.
Ryan Brydges spends much of his time researching Medical education, Constructivist grounded theory, Opposition, Autonomy and Human resource management. His Medical education study focuses on Procedural skill in particular. Ryan Brydges has researched Human resource management in several fields, including Function, Public health and Set.
Health services research and Workforce are fields of study that overlap with his Pandemic research.
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Technology-enhanced simulation for health professions education: a systematic review and meta-analysis
David A. Cook;Rose Hatala;Ryan Brydges;Benjamin Zendejas.
Comparative effectiveness of instructional design features in simulation-based education: Systematic review and meta-analysis
David A. Cook;Stanley J. Hamstra;Ryan Brydges;Benjamin Zendejas.
Medical Teacher (2013)
Reconsidering fidelity in simulation-based training.
Stanley J. Hamstra;Ryan Brydges;Rose Hatala;Benjamin Zendejas.
Academic Medicine (2014)
A contemporary approach to validity arguments: a practical guide to Kane's framework.
David Allan Cook;Ryan Brydges;Ryan Brydges;Shiphra Ginsburg;Shiphra Ginsburg;Rose Hatala.
Medical Education (2015)
Cost: the missing outcome in simulation-based medical education research: a systematic review.
Benjamin Zendejas;Amy T. Wang;Ryan Brydges;Stanley J. Hamstra.
Comparative effectiveness of technology-enhanced simulation versus other instructional methods: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
David A. Cook;Ryan Brydges;Stanley J. Hamstra;Benjamin Zendejas.
Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (2012)
State of the evidence on simulation-based training for laparoscopic surgery: a systematic review.
Benjamin Zendejas;Ryan Brydges;Ryan Brydges;Stanley J. Hamstra;David A. Cook.
Annals of Surgery (2013)
Patient Outcomes in Simulation-Based Medical Education: A Systematic Review
Benjamin Zendejas;Ryan Brydges;Amy T. Wang;David A. Cook.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2013)
Mastery learning for health professionals using technology-enhanced simulation: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
David A. Cook;Ryan Brydges;Benjamin Zendejas;Stanley J. Hamstra.
Academic Medicine (2013)
What counts as validity evidence? Examples and prevalence in a systematic review of simulation-based assessment
David A. Cook;Benjamin Zendejas;Stanley J. Hamstra;Rose Hatala.
Advances in Health Sciences Education (2014)
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