9781118620885

How to Teach in Clinical Settings

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  • ISBN13:

    9781118620885

  • ISBN10:

    1118620887

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: eBook
  • Copyright: 2013-12-04
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Summary

How to Teach in Clinical Settings is a practical manual to support all doctors wishing to develop their skills in clinical teaching and supervision.

It provides hands on strategies to address common problems such as giving negative feedback and teaching mixed-level groups. It gives guidance on the particular challenges of teaching in clinical settings such as the need to juggle teaching with service provision, to engage patients, maintain confidentiality, and to judge the balance of support and independence appropriate for each trainee.

How to Teach in Clinical Settings
is an invaluable guide for all doctors involved in teaching and training at any stage of their career. It is also useful and accessible to medical students who increasingly need to consider and develop their own teaching skills as part of their career progression.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

1.CREATING AN EFFECTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Creating an effective learning climate

Design of clinical placements

Continuity between learners, teachers and patients

Teaching and Learning Resources

The teaching climate

Involving patients in teaching

General principles

Involving other disciplines in teaching

Learning/Teaching Opportunities

Some principles of effective clinical teaching

Useful strategies for clinical teaching

Five tips for clinical teaching which don’t take time or money

2. TEACHING IN CLINICAL CONTEXTS

Teaching on Ward Rounds

General principles

Useful strategies

The psychiatric ward round

Handover meetings, board rounds and bench rounds

Bedside Teaching

Preparation

Structure for bedside teaching

Feedback at the bedside

Useful Strategies

Teaching in Clinics

General Principles

Useful Strategies i.  With trainees in parallel clinics

Useful Strategies ii. Where students or trainees are supernumerary

Teaching in the Accident & Emergency department

Teaching the interpretation of images/specimens

General Principles

Teaching in Theatre

 General Principles

 Useful Strategies

Teaching Practical Skills

On-call/remote teaching

Useful Strategies

Teaching patients

Useful Strategies

Teaching other disciplines

Issues to consider

Strategies

3. WORKPLACE-BASED ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK

The workplace-based assessments/supervised learning events

Using the tools effectively

Case-based Discussion (CbD)

The Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (Mini-ACE in psychiatry)

Directly Observed Procedural Skills (DOPS)

Multi-source Feedback (MSF)

Teaching Assessment Tools

Giving Feedback

Giving Negative Feedback

General Principles

Useful strategies for giving feedback

Structures for giving feedback

Pendleton’s Rules

Sandwich Model

Other options

4.COMMON PROBLEMS IN CLINICAL TEACHING

Balancing teaching and service demands

Pitching teaching at the right level

Dealing with complaints and clinical incidents

Ad hoc teaching

Teaching people at different levels together

Teaching older or more experienced colleagues

Engaging the quiet or reluctant learner

The difficult consultation

Teaching multiple students

Teaching trainees with no interest in your specialty

5.NEXT STEPS

Developing as a Teacher

Evaluating your teaching

Useful Resources

Glossary of Assessment Tools

INDEX

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