Objective: Implement several quick and easy teaching strategies, including The One-Minute Preceptor and giving effective feedback, into your daily teaching. 32 Slides.
By Tali Ziv from University of California San Francisco
- Introduction to the One-Minute Preceptor Model
- One-Minute Preceptor Practice
- Introduction to SNAPPS
- Introduction to feedback and the Brief Structured Clinical Observation (BSCO)
- RIME Framework
By Practical Doc with rural doctor slant and video demonstration.
Teaching residents or medical students to present cases in the SNAPPS format encourages them to reflect on the problem and possible solutions before quizzing you. It’s a good way to promote higher level clinical reasoning skills. SNAPPS shares many features with the One-minute Preceptor but is much more learner-driven.
Matha Regan-Smith et al. from Academic Medicine. This article discusses a model of ambulatory teaching that was piloted in three settings that combines a system of education and a system of patient care.
Terry Wolpow et al. from Academic Medicine. The authors discuss SNAPPS, a collaborative model for case presentations in the outpatient setting that links learner initiation and preceptor facilitation in an active learning conversation. The authors conducted a pilot study of SNAPPS, introducing the model to both third year medical students and their preceptors.
Website with a rural focus with a series of short videos demonstrating time efficient teaching methods, tips and teaching activities to improve teaching efficiency. Not the best quality video. Most videos are less than 2 mins but one is just under 7 mins.