NYSIM leads and collaborates on research activities in various domains.

Here are some recent publications in which faculty teaching at NYSIM were investigators or co-authors.

OSCE, Clinical Teaching...
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Objective structured clinical examination as a novel tool in inflammatory bowel disease fellowship education. Wolff MJ, Balzora S, Poles M, Zabar, S., Mintah A., Wong L, Weinshel E, Malter LB.
The Benefits and Risks of Being a Standardized Patient: A Narrative Review of the Literature. Altshuler L, Plaskin J., Nickolson J., Kundrod S., Zabar, S., Kalet S.
‘We might as well be speaking different languages’: an innovative interprofessional education tool to teach and assess communication skills critical to patient safety." Gillespie C, Adams J, Hanley K, Wagner E, Shaker-Brown A, Naidu M, Kalet A, Zabar, S.
Assessment of Developmental Progress Using an Objective Structured Clinical Examination-Simulation Hybrid Examination for Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents. Winkel, A. F., Gillespie C., Uquillas, K., Zabar, S., Szyld, D.
Charting a Key Competency Domain: Understanding resident physician interprofessional collaboration (IPC) skills. Zabar, S., Adams, J, Kurland, S, Shaker-Brown, A., Porter, B, Horlick, M, Gillespie, C.
Professionalism Training For Surgical Residents: Documenting the Advantages of a Professionalism Curriculum. Hochberg, Mark S; Berman, Russell S; Kalet, Adina L; Zabar, S; Gillespie, C; Pachter, L.
Using the Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) to Assess ACGME Competencies in Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellows. Solomon AB, Reed R, Benkov K, Kingsbery J, Lusman S.S., Malter LB, Levine J, Rabinowitz S, Wolff M, Zabar, S., Weinshel E.
Assessment of Abilities of Gastroenterology Fellows to Provide Information to Patients With Liver Disease. Chaudhary N, Lucero C, Villanueva G, Poles M, Gillespie C, Zabar, S., Weinshel E.
Towards entrusting medical students: recognizing safety behaviors. Ng, G., Pimentel, S., Szyld, D., & Kalet, A. (2016)
A Comparison of Assessment Tools in Orthopaedic Resident Education: Is Direct Observation an Improvement over Objective Structured Clinical Examinations for Communications Skills Evaluation? Goch, A., Karia, Raj, Taormina, D., Kalet, A., Zuckerman, J. Egol, K.
Improving the clinical skills of near graduating medical students using a blended computer and simulation based approach Szyld, D, Uquillas, K., Green, BR, Yavner, SD, Song, H., Nick, MW, Ng, G, Pusic, MV, Riles, T., Kalet, A.
“The Impact of Oral-Systemic Health on Advancing Interprofessional Education Outcomes.” Haber, J; Harnett, E; Allen, K; Crowe, R; Adams, J; Bella, A; Riles, TS; Vasilyeva, A;
Disruptive behavior in the workplace: Challenges for gastroenterology fellows. Srisarajivakul, Nalinee; Lucero, Catherine; Wang, Xiao-Jing; Poles, Michael; Gillespie, Colleen; Zabar, Sondra; Weinshel, Elizabeth; Malter, Lisa.
Wong AH, Ruppel H, Gang M, Ng G. “The safety dance”: a faculty development workshop partnering IPE and patient safety initiatives using simulation-based education.
Why your Team STEPPS program may not be working. Clapper TC, NG GM
To Sim or Not To Sim? Teaching Vaginal Hysterectomy via Simulation Is The Answer! Veronica Lerner, MD, Leslie Kammire, MD. View Paper