Background: Online modules and assignments are commonly used for continuing education among residents. Ensuring ease of distribution and access to learning modules, assignments and simulations allows for the efficient completion of these tasks.
Objective: The purpose of this quality improvement project is to propose a new method for distribution of educational material and assignments to improve resident satisfaction and ease of completion as well as tracking completion by the program manager.
Methods: A survey was sent to the 2020-21 academic year OBGYN residents regarding the current in-hospital folder-based distribution of resources. Based on the survey feedback, a checklist was designed in a web-based program (New Innovations). A repeat survey was sent out to current OBGYN residents in the 2021-22 academic year to assess resident satisfaction with the new distribution system.
Results: The checklist-based system proposed in this project utilizing a web-based system resulted in improved resident satisfaction and reported ease of use compared to the in-hospital folder-based computer system, with 86% preferring the web-based checklist.
Dreibelbis S, Schnatz PF. Utilizing a Web-Based Program for Educational Material Distribution in an OBGYN Residency Program. Transformative Medicine (T-Med). 2023; 2(3):65-68. doi: https://doi.org/10.54299/tmed/kduk7929.