AME Grand Rounds Presents:
Feedback: Getting beyond good job
Brenda Bucklin, MD, MEHP
Nathaniel Brown, MD, PhD
Rachel Clopton, MD
Jeremy Deer, MD
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Feedback in medical education has traditionally focused on the techniques and skillsets of feedback providers (teachers) but not learners. Recently these approaches have been questioned because learner participation, acceptance, and assimilation of feedback is essential to reflection and improvement in practice. Over the last decade, research has determined that feedback encompasses complex interpersonal interactions of teachers and learners that are influenced by a multitude of sociocultural factors. In this grand rounds, we will define feedback, explain the importance of feedback, understand the importance of learning goals in establishing a culture of feedback, explore the "growth" mindset, and finally apply the principles of effective feedback in teaching.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
· Define feedback
· Explain the importance of feedback
· Integrate learning goals in the feedback process
· Foster a ”growth” mindset in teachers and learners
· Apply the principles of effective feedback in teaching
The speaker and planners do not have any relevant financial relationships and do not intend to reference the off-label or investigative use of commercial products and/or devices.