Quinten S. Paterson
Quinten S. Paterson
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The social media index: measuring the impact of emergency medicine and critical care websites
B Thoma, JL Sanders, M Lin, QS Paterson, J Steeg, TM Chan
Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 16 (2), 242, 2015
802015
Emergency medicine and critical care blogs and podcasts: establishing an international consensus on quality
B Thoma, TM Chan, QS Paterson, WK Milne, JL Sanders, M Lin
Annals of emergency medicine 66 (4), 396-402. e4, 2015
672015
A systematic review and qualitative analysis to determine quality indicators for health professions education blogs and podcasts
QS Paterson, B Thoma, WK Milne, M Lin, TM Chan
Journal of graduate medical education 7 (4), 549-554, 2015
492015
Individual gestalt is unreliable for the evaluation of quality in medical education blogs: a METRIQ study
B Thoma, SS Sebok-Syer, K Krishnan, M Siemens, NS Trueger, ...
Annals of emergency medicine 70 (3), 394-401, 2017
202017
The social media index as an indicator of quality for emergency medicine blogs: a METRIQ study
B Thoma, TM Chan, P Kapur, D Sifford, M Siemens, M Paddock, F Ankel, ...
Annals of emergency medicine 72 (6), 696-702, 2018
122018
The quality checklists for health professions blogs and podcasts
BTTMC Isabelle N Colmers, Quinten S Paterson, Michelle Lin
The Winnower, 2015
8*2015
A systematic review and qualitative analysis to determine quality indicators for health professions education blogs and podcasts. J Grad Med Educ. 2015; 7: 549–554. doi: 10.4300
QS Paterson, B Thoma, WK Milne, M Lin, TM Chan
JGME-D-14-00728.1.[PMC free article][PubMed][Cross Ref], 0
5
Emergency physicians as human billboards for injury prevention: a randomized controlled trial
E Sullivan, D Fuller, QS Paterson, S Huffman, S Challa, R Woods
Canadian journal of emergency medicine 19 (4), 277-284, 2017
22017
The Quality Checklists for Health Professions Blogs and Podcasts, The Winnower 2: e144720. 08769, 2015, DOI: 10.15200/winn. 144720.08769 Colmers et al
IN Colmers, QS Paterson, M Lin, B Thoma, TM Chan
This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons …, 0
1
P101: The development of entrustable professional activity reference cards to support the implementation of Competence by Design in emergency medicine
E Stoneham, L Witt, Q Paterson, L Martin, B Thoma
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 21 (S1), S100-S100, 2019
2019
MP23: Giving medical students what they deserve-a rigorous, equitable and defensible CaRMS selection process
Q Paterson, R Hartmann, R Woods, L Martin, B Thoma
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 21 (S1), S50-S50, 2019
2019
Addressing the opioid crisis in the era of competency-based medical education: recommendations for emergency department interventions
JJ Koh, QS Paterson, M Ong, LJ Martin, RA Woods, K Dong
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 1-3, 2019
2019
The development of entrustable professional activities reference cards to support the implementation of Competence by Design in emergency medicine
EJ Stoneham, L Witt, QS Paterson, LJ Martin, B Thoma
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 1-4, 2019
2019
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Q Paterson, I Colmers, B Thoma, MD MA, T Chan, M Lin
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