Category: Medical Education
Keywords: Teaching (PubMed Search)
Posted: 4/21/2009 by Rob Rogers, MD
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The One Minute Preceptor Model of Teaching in the ED
This is a teaching strategy that most of us are very familiar with. Why? Because many, if not most, of us do it every day. We listen to a case, get a committment from the learner, probe for supporting evidence, and then give a teaching pearl and offer learning resources.
Perhaps one of the biggest pitfalls in teaching is NOT WAITING for the learner to answer to question. How often have you asked a question to a medical student and gave the answer? How often has a student presented a case and then they clammed up and didn't commit to a diagnosis or treatment plan?
A simple strategy for teaching success:
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