John Q. Young, MD, MPP, PhD
John Q. Young, MD, MPP, PhD
Professor & Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
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Cognitive load theory: implications for medical education: AMEE Guide No. 86
JQ Young, J Van Merrienboer, S Durning, O Ten Cate
Medical teacher 36 (5), 371-384, 2014
DSM-III case book: A learning companion to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders
RL Spitzer, M Gibbon, AE Skodol, JBW Williams, MB First
American Psychiatric Association, 1981
“July effect”: impact of the academic year-end changeover on patient outcomes: a systematic review
JQ Young, SR Ranji, RM Wachter, CM Lee, B Niehaus, AD Auerbach
Annals of internal medicine 155 (5), 309-315, 2011
Perioperative use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and risks for adverse outcomes of surgery
AD Auerbach, E Vittinghoff, J Maselli, PS Pekow, JQ Young, ...
JAMA internal medicine 173 (12), 1075-1081, 2013
Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2010 E-Book: 5 Books in 1
FF Ferri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009
The patient handover as an entrustable professional activity: adding meaning in teaching and practice
O ten Cate, JQ Young
BMJ quality & safety 21 (Suppl 1), i9-i12, 2012
Public health advocacy: Creating community change to improve health
DG Altman, FE Balcazar, SB Fawcett, T Seekins, JQ Young
Health Promotion Resource Center, Stanford Center for Research in Disease …, 1992
Cognitive load theory for training health professionals in the workplace: A BEME review of studies among diverse professions: BEME Guide No. 53
JL Sewell, LA Maggio, O Ten Cate, T van Gog, JQ Young, PS O’Sullivan
Medical teacher 41 (3), 256-270, 2019
Measuring cognitive load during procedural skills training with colonoscopy as an exemplar
JL Sewell, CK Boscardin, JQ Young, O Ten Cate, PS O'Sullivan
Medical education 50 (6), 682-692, 2016
Applying cognitive load theory to medical education: construct and measurement challenges
JQ Young, JL Sewell
Perspectives on medical education 4 (3), 107-109, 2015
Unpacking the complexity of patient handoffs through the lens of cognitive load theory
JQ Young, O Ten Cate, PS O'Sullivan, DM Irby
Teaching and Learning in Medicine 28 (1), 88-96, 2016
Academic year-end transfers of outpatients from outgoing to incoming residents: an unaddressed patient safety issue
JQ Young, RM Wachter
JAMA 302 (12), 1327-1329, 2009
Learner, patient, and supervisor features are associated with different types of cognitive load during procedural skills training: implications for teaching and instructional …
JL Sewell, CK Boscardin, JQ Young, O Ten Cate, PS O’Sullivan
Academic Medicine 92 (11), 1622-1631, 2017
Measuring cognitive load: mixed results from a handover simulation for medical students
JQ Young, DM Irby, ML Barilla-LaBarca, O Ten Cate, PS O’Sullivan
Perspectives on medical education 5 (1), 24-32, 2016
Prevalence of behavioral health disorders and associated chronic disease burden in a commercially insured health system: findings of a case–control study
JQ Young, AH Kline-Simon, DJ Mordecai, C Weisner
General hospital psychiatry 37 (2), 101-108, 2015
Family involvement in timely detection of changes in health of nursing homes residents: A qualitative exploratory study
C Powell, A Blighe, K Froggatt, B McCormack, B Woodward‐Carlton, ...
Journal of Clinical Nursing 27 (1-2), 317-327, 2018
Advancing the next generation of handover research and practice with cognitive load theory
JQ Young, RM Wachter, O Ten Cate, PS O'Sullivan, DM Irby
BMJ quality & safety 25 (2), 66-70, 2016
Developing end-of-training entrustable professional activities for psychiatry: results and methodological lessons
JQ Young, C Hasser, EK Hung, M Kusz, PS O’Sullivan, C Stewart, ...
Academic Medicine 93 (7), 1048-1054, 2018
Development and initial testing of a structured clinical observation tool to assess pharmacotherapy competence
JQ Young, S Lieu, P O’Sullivan, L Tong
Academic Psychiatry 35 (1), 27-34, 2011
Overview of graduate medical education. Funding streams, policy problems, and options for reform.
JQ Young, JM Coffman
Western journal of medicine 168 (5), 428, 1998
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