Her main research concerns Anxiety, Stressor, Physical therapy, Clinical competence and Randomized controlled trial. She has researched Anxiety in several fields, including Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology, Stress management and Cognition. Her Cognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Coping, Social psychology, Locus of control and Applied psychology.
Her Stressor research includes themes of Simulation, Drug dosages and Health professionals. Her research in Physical therapy intersects with topics in Glasgow Coma Scale, Checklist and Patient simulation. Vicki R. LeBlanc combines subjects such as Nursing, Intensive care, Multicenter study and Medical emergency with her study of Clinical competence.
Vicki R. LeBlanc mainly investigates Anxiety, Physical therapy, Medical education, Clinical psychology and Nursing. Her Anxiety study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Coping, Cognitive appraisal, Distress and Stressor. Her Psychological intervention research includes elements of Intervention, Cognition and Patient safety.
Her study explores the link between Physical therapy and topics such as Checklist that cross with problems in Randomized controlled trial, Randomization, High fidelity simulation and Global Rating. Her study looks at the relationship between Medical education and topics such as Curriculum, which overlap with Computer-Assisted Instruction. Vicki R. LeBlanc has included themes like Psychiatry and Medical psychology in her Clinical psychology study.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Program evaluation, Nursing, Psychiatry, Emotional labor and Posttraumatic stress. The various areas that Vicki R. LeBlanc examines in her Nursing study include Health professions, Acute stress, Case-control study and Exposure group. Her work on Mental health as part of general Psychiatry research is frequently linked to Suicidal ideation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her work focuses on many connections between Emotional labor and other disciplines, such as Gender role, that overlap with her field of interest in Clinical psychology. Her studies examine the connections between Posttraumatic stress and genetics, as well as such issues in Rehabilitation, with regards to Social psychology. She applies her multidisciplinary studies on Social psychology and Population in her research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognition, Curriculum, Patient safety, Team learning and Medical education. She interconnects Emotional regulation, Social psychology, Emotional expression and Anxiety in the investigation of issues within Cognition. Her Curriculum research incorporates elements of Disadvantage and Medical simulation.
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The effects of acute stress on performance: implications for health professions education.
Vicki R. LeBlanc.
Academic Medicine (2009)
A framework for evaluating image segmentation algorithms
Jayaram K. Udupa;Vicki R. LeBlanc;Ying Zhuge;Celina Imielinska.
Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics (2006)
Teaching suturing and knot-tying skills to medical students: A randomized controlled study comparing computer-based video instruction and (concurrent and summary) expert feedback
George J. Xeroulis;Jason Park;Carol-Anne Moulton;Richard K. Reznick.
Interventions to reduce the consequences of stress in physicians: a review and meta-analysis.
Cheryl Regehr;Dylan Glancy;Annabel Pitts;Vicki R. LeBlanc.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (2014)
Residents feel unprepared and unsupervised as leaders of cardiac arrest teams in teaching hospitals: a survey of internal medicine residents.
Chris W. Hayes;Augustine Rhee;Michael E. Detsky;Vicki R. Leblanc.
Critical Care Medicine (2007)
Teaching from the clinical reasoning literature: combined reasoning strategies help novice diagnosticians overcome misleading information.
Kevin W Eva;Rose M Hatala;Vicki R LeBlanc;Lee R Brooks.
Medical Education (2007)
Simulation-based training improves physicians' performance in patient care in high-stakes clinical setting of cardiac surgery.
Heinz R. Bruppacher;Syed K. Alam;Vicki R. LeBlanc;David Latter.
Predictable Chaos: A Review of the Effects of Emotions on Attention, Memory and Decision Making.
Vicki R. LeBlanc;Vicki R. LeBlanc;Meghan M. McConnell;Sandra D. Monteiro.
Advances in Health Sciences Education (2015)
Paramedic performance in calculating drug dosages following stressful scenarios in a human patient simulator.
Vicki R. LeBlanc;Russell D. MacDonald;Brad McArthur;Kevin King.
Prehospital Emergency Care (2005)
Threat and challenge: cognitive appraisal and stress responses in simulated trauma resuscitations.
Adrian Harvey;Avery B Nathens;Glen Bandiera;Vicki R LeBlanc.
Medical Education (2010)
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