At various times during grand rounds, we will "flip the classroom." The flipped classroom model is based on reversing the traditional approach to teaching. Traditionally, we sit in a lecture hall while students passively receive information from the instructor. There is little interactivity for teacher or learners. After each class, homework is assigned and completed by learners in isolation.
The flipped model, as the name suggests, reverses this situation. Students review content material ahead of time. This frees up class time for more interactive work, greater discussion at a deeper level of understanding, and more practice. Please review the material below to help maximize your skills for the cardiac cup competition.
Cardiac Cup Stations
1. High Performance CPR
2. EKG and Rhythm Identification
3. ACLS high fidelity simulation case run by intern
4. ACLS high fidelity simulation case run by senior resident
5. Transcutaneous pacing, cardioversion, defibrillation
6. Ultrasound in ACLS
High Performance CPR
HELPFUL DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES
2. High performance CPR on December 2016 issue of EMRAP (requires subscription)
EKG and Rhythm Identification
ACLS HIgh fidelity CAses
Littmann L et al. A simplified and structured teaching tool for the evaluation and management of pulseless electrical activity. Med Princ Pract. 2014;23(1):1-6. PMID: 23949188