What: Feedback provides students with helpful information on how to improve skills in the clinic. Most clinical teaching and feedback occurs in the context of a busy clinical practice where time is a premium.
Why: There are increasing challenges to balance student learning and feedback while maintaining productivity and work responsibilities. Constructive feedback in a consistent manner is essential for professional growth and skill development.
- The One Minute CI is a method for providing efficient feedback in a busy clinical setting. This article edited by William Haung, MD, provides effective communication regarding:
- Learner commitment/Establishing goals;
- Clinical reasoning;
- Positive feedback;
- Constructive guidance;
- Guiding principle a brief time frame.
- Questioning Techniques for Clinical Teaching is a narrated PowerPoint presentation regarding the steps to applying questioning technique in the clinical setting.
- Generational Differences is a video that discusses the differences in attitudes and obstacles in intergenerational communication. You will need Microsoft's SilverLight player to view this video.
- Learning Styles describes how each of us learns in a unique way through our senses such as visual, auditory, reading/writing, or kinesthetic. Most of us are multimodal learners meaning that we learn from more than one sensory input. For more information, explore the VARK website.
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a personality assessment tool to recognize preferences
in which a person works most comfortably
- Link to Myers Briggs http://www.dec.co.th/mbti_explanation.htm
- Advanced Nurse Practitioner Workbook regarding Myers Briggs
- Link to Myers Briggs to optimize your clinical years http://clerkship.medicine.ufl.edu/resources/helpful-hints/tips-for-using-your-myers-briggs-personality-type-to-optimize-your-performance-in-the-clinical-years/
- Article on how personality type can be used to improve clinical education effectiveness.