See one, do one, teach one: re-thinking the teaching of procedural skills in medicine
"See one, do one, teach one" (\SODOTO") is an educational model used for training residents and medical students in procedural skills. However, evidence is mounting that current training models, such as SODOTO, may not be producing adequate competencies particularly with procedural skills. Therefore, attitudes have recently began shifting towards \competency-based" frameworks. This article explores the usefulness of the SODOTO framework, and reports on key developments in possible future models of medical education.
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