Determining electrocardiography training priorities for medical students using a modified Delphi method
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The aim of this modified Delphi study was to establish consensus amongst content and context experts on an ECG curriculum for medical students. The Delphi technique, an established method of obtaining consensus, was used to develop an undergraduate ECG curriculum. Specialists involved in ECG teaching were invited to complete three rounds of online surveys. An undergraduate ECG curriculum was formulated from the topics of ECG instruction for which consensus (i.e. ≥75% agreement) was achieved amongst the expert panel.