Through funding from the Medical Training and Review Panel, the Teaching on the Run Tips series has been published in the Medical Journal of Australia.
The 14 tips cover a wide range of clinical teaching topics.
The tips incorporate educational theory, practical information and ideas for implementation. Each topic is of high interest to doctors who are teaching in their practice. Intrinsic to the resource is the recognition that the clinical environment provides enormous opportunities for effective experiential learning.
Teaching on the Run Tips
Tip 1: Doctors as teachers
Tip 2: Educational guides for teaching in a clinical setting
Tip 3: Planning a teaching episode
Tip 4: Teaching with patients
Tip 5: Teaching a skill
Tip 6: Determining competence
Tip 7: Effective use of questions
Tip 8: Assessment and appraisal
Tip 9: In-training assessment
Tip 10: Giving feedback
Tip 11: The junior doctor in difficulty
Tip 12: Planning term learning
Tip 13: Preventing problems: being a good supervisor
Tip 14: Teaching in the ambulatory setting
The 14 Tips, which are a useful resource for all clinicians who teach as part of their practice, are available to purchase in booklet format.
Paperback. Published by Australasian Medical Publishing Company Pty Ltd, 2006
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