Sayra M Cristancho
Sayra M Cristancho
Associate Professor, Department of Surgery and Faculty of Education,Western University
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Qualitative research essentials for medical education
SM Cristancho, M Goldszmidt, L Lingard, C Watling
Singapore medical journal 59 (12), 622, 2018
Qualitative research in medical education: methodologies and methods
SL Ng, L Baker, S Cristancho, TJ Kennedy, L Lingard
Understanding medical education: Evidence, theory, and practice, 427-441, 2018
(Re) Grounding grounded theory: a close reading of theory in four schools
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, L Lingard
Qualitative research 17 (4), 359-376, 2017
Seeing in different ways: introducing “rich pictures” in the study of expert judgment
S Cristancho, S Bidinosti, L Lingard, R Novick, M Ott, T Forbes
Qualitative Health Research 25 (5), 713-725, 2015
Considering the interdependence of clinical performance: implications for assessment and entrustment
SS Sebok‐Syer, S Chahine, CJ Watling, M Goldszmidt, S Cristancho, ...
Medical Education 52 (9), 970-980, 2018
Engagement: what is it good for? The role of learner engagement in healthcare simulation contexts
J Padgett, S Cristancho, L Lingard, R Cherry, F Haji
Advances in Health Sciences Education 24, 811-825, 2019
Understanding clinical uncertainty: what is going on when experienced surgeons are not sure what to do?
SM Cristancho, T Apramian, M Vanstone, L Lingard, M Ott, RJ Novick
Academic Medicine 88 (10), 1516-1521, 2013
When surgeons face intraoperative challenges: a naturalistic model of surgical decision making
SM Cristancho, M Vanstone, L Lingard, ME LeBel, M Ott
The American Journal of Surgery 205 (2), 156-162, 2013
Eye opener: exploring complexity using rich pictures
S Cristancho
Perspectives on Medical Education 4, 138-141, 2015
‘How would you call this in English?’ Being reflective about translations in international, cross-cultural qualitative research
E Helmich, S Cristancho, L Diachun, L Lingard
Perspectives on medical education 6, 127-132, 2017
Rich pictures: a companion method for qualitative research in medical education
SM Cristancho, E Helmich
Medical Education 53 (9), 916-924, 2019
‘Oh my God, I can't handle this!’: trainees’ emotional responses to complex situations
E Helmich, L Diachun, R Joseph, K LaDonna, N Noeverman‐Poel, ...
Medical Education 52 (2), 206-215, 2018
Thresholds of principle and preference: exploring procedural variation in postgraduate surgical education
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, M Ott, L Lingard
Academic Medicine 90 (11), S70-S76, 2015
How do small groups make decisions? A theoretical framework to inform the implementation and study of clinical competency committees
S Chahine, S Cristancho, J Padgett, L Lingard
Perspectives on medical education 6, 192-198, 2017
“They have to adapt to learn”: Surgeons’ perspectives on the role of procedural variation in surgical education
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, M Ott, L Lingard
Journal of surgical education 73 (2), 339-347, 2016
Observational learning during simulation-based training in arthroscopy: is it useful to novices?
ME LeBel, J Haverstock, S Cristancho, L van Eimeren, G Buckingham
Journal of Surgical Education 75 (1), 222-230, 2018
Navigating difficult conversations: The role of self‐monitoring and reflection‐in‐action
A Cheng, K LaDonna, S Cristancho, S Ng
Medical education 51 (12), 1220-1231, 2017
What is the state of complexity science in medical education research?
S Cristancho, E Field, L Lingard
Medical education 53 (1), 95-104, 2019
Thinking like an expert: surgical decision making as a cyclical process of being aware
SM Cristancho, T Apramian, M Vanstone, L Lingard, M Ott, T Forbes, ...
The American Journal of Surgery 211 (1), 64-69, 2016
A framework-based approach to designing simulation-augmented surgical education and training programs
SM Cristancho, F Moussa, A Dubrowski
The American Journal of Surgery 202 (3), 344-351, 2011
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