Resource stewardship in Canadian undergraduate medical education release_7gw3eigxbjh2boa7ce2xf4kx5a

by Sahil Sharma, Matthew Rowe

Published in McMaster University Medical Journal by McMaster University Library.

2019   Volume 16, p119-125

Abstract

New research suggests Canadian physicians order more than 1,000,000 potentially unnecessary tests and treatments each year. Strategies to educate medical students about the CanMEDs Resource Stewardship directive and judicious testing practices can help the healthcare system manage fiscal stress and improve healthcare experiences for patients. This article outlines several strategies that can be implemented at the undergraduate medical education level through Choosing Wisely Canada's Students and Trainees Advocating for Resource Stewardship (STARS) program. The educational strategies feature group-based learning, lecture integration, and supportive online modules. Educating medical students across the country about judicious testing can produce the generation of resource-conscientious doctors that healthcare's increasingly tight budget demands.
In application/xml+jats format

Archived Files and Locations

application/pdf  196.0 kB
file_vswh763jsrh3hguxcxcunzxkzy
journals.mcmaster.ca (publisher)
web.archive.org (webarchive)
Read Archived PDF
Preserved and Accessible
Type  article-journal
Stage   published
Date   2019-06-12
Journal Metadata
Not in DOAJ
Not in Keepers Registry
ISSN-L:  1927-2421
Work Entity
access all versions, variants, and formats of this works (eg, pre-prints)
Catalog Record
Revision: f5c5e26e-181a-4a6f-ae15-f6c1c3ff3e1a
API URL: JSON