#meded “How to..” ideas for future chats

16 Jul

Unashamedly copied from email from RCGP to me this morning…

A list of topics which have been suggested to improved teaching and education of GPs.  A couple of these have already been discussed on twitter.

The Learner

  • How to recognise and help a failing registrar
  • How to encourage a disinterested registrar
  • How to help a registrar deal with a complaint 
  • How to develop reflection/reflective skills 

The Educator

  • How to be a “good” educational supervisor
  • How to get useful feedback on yourself/your teaching from a registrar 

The techniques

  • How to teach small groups
  • How to give good and bad feedback in a productive way
  • How to attain feedback on your teaching/supervision
  • How to teach the “exiting GPR” in their last few months of training
  • How to challenge the trainee (GPR/FY2/medical student)
  • How to “debrief” the trainee (GPR/FY2/medical student) after a surgery

The topics

  • How to do random case analysis
  • How to video consultations
  • How to teach genetics

The tools

  • How to design a “summative assessment”
  • How to teach diagnostic skills
  • How to design an assessment of diagnostic skills! 
  • How to obtain mentoring
  • How to recognise and manage external influences on medical education and clinical practice 
  • Managing the competing needs for accountability and clinical autonomy
  • How to communicate uncertainty, conflicting evidence and the balance of potential benefits and unknown harms in shared decision making     
What do you think?

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