Enhancing Teaching Skills for Medical Educators (Online): Feedback for One, Learning for All: Giving Feedback in Front of a Group
Medical educators of both medical students and residents.
- Identify when individual feedback in a group setting is appropriate
- Review best practices for giving individual student feedback in a group setting of their peers and engaging in “think and write” activities for practice
- Discuss an approach to common case examples
Maggie Benson, MD MS, - Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, UPMC Hamot
- Kristin Juhasz, DO - Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, UPMC Hamot
- Reed Van Deusen, MD MS - Associate Professor of Medicine-Pediatrics, Assistant Dean for Huma-Based Simulation Education, Univ of Pittsburgh SOM
- Allie Dakroub, MD MS - Assistant Professor of Medicine-Pediatrics, Univ of Pittsburgh SOM
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