ABC of Learning and Teaching in Medicine by Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood

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By Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood

A realistic consultant to instructing in medication geared toward medical professionals who at some point soon of their profession need to train, no matter if in a school room or in a scientific environment. beneficial articles on thought with a better emphasis on 'how to do it'.

Authors comprise probably the most authoritative clinical educationalists on the earth; hence readers gets the advantage of writers who've nice educating event subsidized up by means of broad academic study.

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When? ) x Use open or clarifying/probing questions in all other circumstances (What are the options? ” (which may be intimidating ) x Be non-confrontational—you don’t need to be threatening to be challenging How to give effective explanations x Check understanding before you start, as you proceed, and at the end—non-verbal cues may tell you all you need to know about someone’s grasp of the topic x Give information in “bite size” chunks x Put things in a broader context when appropriate x Summarise periodically (“so far, we’ve covered .

Use of detailed items will guide scorers: for example, “examines the abdomen” is a general item that might better be separated into a series of items such as “inspects the abdomen,” “auscultates the abdomen,” “lightly palpates all four quadrants,” and so on. A score must be assigned to every item. Items may be scored 1 or 0, or relative weights may be assigned, with more critical items being worth more. Weights may not change the overall pass-fail rate of an OSCE, but they may improve the validity of a checklist and can affect which trainees pass or fail.

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