Have you ever left a shift with a resident feeling like it didn’t go well, but couldn’t put your finger on exactly why? Did you notice inefficiencies or mistakes by the learner, but were unsure how to tell them? Did the learner seem oblivious to the fact that you were providing feedback at all? As faculty, it is our duty to provide feedback to learners. But putting it into practice can be challenging due to time constraints, personality conflicts, lack of space, or lack of knowledge on how to do so.
This activity aims to close the practice gap in faculty knowledge, competency, and performance in providing on-shift feedback. The goal of these faculty development sessions is to enhance faculty skills in providing evidence-based on-shift feedback and in performing standardized direct observation of residents. Faculty will be provided with a foundation of knowledge in evidence-based feedback techniques during this interactive session.
Series Target Audience:
Administrative Coordinator: Lynn Shiflet, firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning Committee Chair: Sara Dimeo, MD.