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Empowering Faculty and Residents to Engage OB/GYN Clerkship Students: Tools to Improve Learner–Focused Procedural Teaching

Objective/background: The fast-paced clinical environments of the Operating Room

and Labor & Delivery units provide a potentially challenging environment for both teaching and learning.

Faculty and residents need to feel empowered with tools they can utilized to engage students at any

level of learning. Engaged and empowered teachers help students feel welcome and supported in the

learning environment.

Workshop agenda: 15-20 minutes review of models and tools for procedural teaching, including the \\\"BID method,\\\" the use of procedural didactic scripts, and milestone-based learner checklists for common

surgical cases. Three 5-10 minute breakouts and subsequent 5 minutes of group sharing of findings for

three of methods covered. 5-10 minutes for final review and questions.

Interactive component: Small group breakouts utilizing specific methods to address sample learner

scenarios, or scenarios from participants\\\' own experiences.

Take-home product: Pocket cards for: (1) BID model cards, (2) procedure didactic script cards, and (3)

milestone-based learner checklist cards.

Key words: Procedural teaching, clerkship learning environment, faculty development

Topics: Problem-Based Learning, UME, GME, Practice-Based Learning & Improvement, Interpersonal & Communication Skills, Systems-Based Practice & Improvement, Residency Director, Clerkship Director, Faculty, Resident, 2019, Faculty Development Seminar, Team-Based Learning,

General Information


Intended
Audience
Resident,Faculty,Clerkship Director,Residency Director,
Competencies
Addressed
Systems-Based Practice & Improvement,Interpersonal & Communication Skills,Practice-Based Learning & Improvement,
Educational
Continuum
GME,UME,
Educational
Focus
Problem-Based Learning,Team-Based Learning,
Clinical Focus

Author Information

Colby Previte, MD; Andrea Bodine, MD; Elaine Hart, MD

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