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Task Specific Teaching

Lecture by Leslie Sadownik, MD

22 min video with specific case examples to demonstrate techniques.

.5 AMA PRA Category 1™ Credit Evaluation

Teaching Skills for Community-Based Preceptors

Short booklet was written by Dr. Jean Jamieson, Dr. David Fairholm and Dr. Leslie Sadownik, faculty members in the Office for Faculty Development, University of British Columbia to help faculty teaching more effectively in the clinical setting.

2.0 AMA PRA Category 1™ Credit Evaluation

Feedback

Lecture by Leslie Sadownik, MD

24 min swift moving video from the University of British Columbia

0.5 AMA PRA Category 1™ Credit Evaluation

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E-Tips for Practice Education

An online course from British Columbia Academic Health Council designed for health care professionals who work with students or other learners in a practice education setting. The course covers a range of topics presented in eight individual modules, from how to prepare for a student’s arrival to evaluation and beyond. Self-guided course; 8 modules.

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Clinical Teaching

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This powerpoint (26 slides, 9 pages with notes layout) was created by Maria Blanco, Ed.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) and addresses the following topics: Clinical teaching strategies, Bedside teaching, Teaching in the OR, Constructive feedback, and Evaluation of clinical performance.

Strategies to Overcome Six Common Clinical Teaching Challenges

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This informational handout (3 pages) from Tufts University School of Medicine  provides a thorough list of examples and tips on how to confront common clinical teaching challenges.

A Framework for Practicing and Teaching Compassionate, Relationship-Centered Care

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This handout (2 pages) from Tufts University School of Medicine was created by Beth A. Lown, MD.  There are seven themes included in the document with examples of communication strategies and education strategies associated with each one.  The themes are as follows: Build relationships, Practice presence, Nurture empathy, Foster safety, Understand & integrate needs, concerns, & expectations,  Provide patient- and learner-centered guidance, and Practice and foster personal awareness and reflection.