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Journal of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine 2019;30(3): 224-231.
구글 행아웃을 이용하여 원격 화상회의로 진행한 응급의학과 전공의 교육 경험
한상길 , 홍주영 , 황윤정 , 박인철 , 정성필 , 조준호
연세대학교 의과대학 응급의학교실
The experience of remote videoconferencing to enhance emergency resident education using Google Hangouts
Sang Gil Han , Ju-young Hong , Yoong Jung Hwang , Incheol Park , Sung Phil Chung , Junho Cho
Department of Emergency Medicine, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
Correspondence  Junho Cho ,Tel: 02-2228-2460, Fax: 02-2227-7908, Email: emjh@yuhs.ac,
Received: September 6, 2018; Revised: October 1, 2018   Accepted: October 10, 2018.  Published online: June 30, 2019.
It is difficult for emergency residents to attend all the lectures that are required because of the limited labor time. The Google Hangouts program for has been used as a remote videoconference to overcome the limit to provide equal opportunities and reduce the time and costs since 2015. This article reports the authors’ experiences of running a residency education program using Google Hangouts.
From 2015, topics on the emergency radiology were lectured to emergency residents in three different hospitals connected by Google Hangouts. From 2017, electrocardiography analysis, emergency radiology, ventilator application, and journal review were selected for the remote videoconference. The residents' self-assessment score, and a posteducation satisfaction questionnaire were surveyed.
Twenty-nine emergency residents responded to the questionnaire after using the Google Hangouts. The number of participants before and after Hangout increased significantly in other two hospitals. All the residents answered that the score on achieving the learning goal increased before and after the videoconference lectures. All the residents answered that the training program is more satisfactory after using the Google Hangouts than before.
All emergency residents were satisfied and were more confident after the remote videoconference education using the Google Hangouts than before.
Key words: Videoconferencing; Emergency medicine; Education; Hangout
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