Learn more about OpTrust and how it has furthered understanding surrounding entrustment by reading the following publications:

Progressive Entrustment to Achieve Resident Autonomy in the Operating Room: A National Qualitative Study With General Surgery Faculty and Residents

OpTrust: Validity of a Tool Assessing Intraoperative Entrustment Behaviors

Improving the feasibility and utility of OpTrust—A tool assessing intraoperative entrustment

Association of Faculty Entrustment With Resident Autonomy in the Operating Room

Alignment of Personality Is Associated With Increased Intraoperative Entrustment

Greater faculty familiarity with residents improves intraoperative entrustment

Impact of a resident’s sex on intraoperative entrustment of surgery trainees

Bridging the gap: The intersection of entrustability and perceived autonomy for surgical residents in the OR

Association of intraoperative entrustment with clinical competency amongst general surgery residents

High vs. low entrustment behaviors in the operating room

Identification of promotion and prevention associated surgeon behaviors in the operating room to facilitate resident self-regulated learning

OpTrust: An Effective Educational Bundle for Enhancing Faculty-resident Intraoperative Entrustment

Increased Intraoperative Faculty Entrustment and Resident Entrustability Does Not Compromise Patient Outcomes After General Surgery Procedures

Resident Perceptions of Faculty Behaviors Promoting Learner Operative Skills and Autonomy