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Clinical Teaching

Lead(s): Lisa Bernstein

Intended Learning Outcomes

Facilitators

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Session Evaluation Tools

Intended Learning Outcomes

(What should learners be able to do after the session?)

  1. Be familiar with common clinical teaching tools such as the One Minute Preceptor, SNAPPS, Aunt Minnie, and Teaching Scripts
  2. Be able to diagnose a learner’s level of expertise and tailor teaching appropriately
  3. Be able to choose a teaching method (e.g. “just in time”) appropriate to the setting (bedside, clinical, didactic)

Facilitators

Please email a facilitator directly to request a workshop. If you have questions, please email ulemu.luhanga@emory.edu

Name Email Areas of Expertise/Interest
Jeff Siegelman, MD jeffrey.n.siegelman@emory.edu Bedside teaching, Resident assessment, Directing the semi-annual simulation milestone assessments
Lisa Bernstein, MD lbernst@emory.edu Clinical Teaching, Feedback
Oswaldo A. Henriquez, MD oswaldo.henriquez@emory.edu Surgical teaching, Teaching of Procedures
Rebecca Sanders, MD, PhD rdsande@emory.edu Bedside teaching

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

PENDING

Session Evaluation Tools

Please use the following web link or QR code to evaluate a Clinical Teaching session:

https://mstanba.wufoo.com/forms/core-curriculum-roadshow-clinical-teaching/ 

Clinical Teaching QR Code

Acknowledgements

Thank you to those who came together to develop the intended learning outcomes and list of suggested interactive learning and teaching activities:
Lisa Bernstein
Michael Gottschalk
Rebecca Sanders
Jeff Siegelman