“Osler has helped me better understand what I’ve done, and where I need to focus my attention going forward.”
Dr Abby McArthur sits back and looks at her activity charts on Osler with a look of contemplation. “I’ve completed my certification in internal jugular central lines, but it would be nice to do a few more subclavians.”
Abby, a first year trainee in Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care, has been using the Osler platform to track the procedures she performs, her success rates, and her complications. She’s followed her progress in her journey through three separate hospitals now.
“I was having some trouble early on with my PICCs. I was struggling to get them in at first, but I changed a few things and my success rate is much better now.”
This improved visibility of Abby’s outcome data has helped her in other ways too.
“I’ll be applying for new training positions for the new year, and I’m going to use the data I collect on Osler to demonstrate the certifications I’ve completed, and my activity data, to help build my resume.”
In fact, Osler has already helped Abby get noticed.
“I was told the CEO of one hospital I worked in complimented me on how much I’d achieved there during my rotation. Apparently that doesn’t happen very often!”
“Having access to Osler at the bedside is very important. It means that I can easily record all my procedures right after I do them.
Also, because I’m learning new procedures at this stage of my career, my supervisors can use Osler to give me instant feedback that I can use to improve my technique for next time.”
Osler’s groundbreaking cloud based assessment framework means Abby can capture and access her data wherever she goes, making it as easy as it can be to monitor her progress.