Date: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM To 10:00 AM
Location: Price 251
Direct observation and immediate feedback has been a mainstay of modern medical education, being one of the developments arising from the Flexner Report in 1910. Yet, how to implement a systematic process of observation and feedback that effectively teaches clinical skills has been an on-going challenge for many medical educators. This session, with the use of videos of studentsâ€™ clinical performance, will provide a facilitated forum for discussion of the benefits and challenges of various approaches to using direct observation and feedback as a major component of teaching clinical skills at the bedside, i.e. the medical interview, physical examination techniques, oral presentation and critical thinking.
Lisa Auerbach, M.D.
Mimi McEvoy, N.P., M.A.
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