By Peter Cantillon, Diana Wood
A pragmatic advisor to educating in medication geared toward medical professionals who sooner or later of their occupation need to train, even if in a school room or in a scientific environment. useful articles on thought with a better emphasis on 'how to do it'.
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Sheffield: Universities’ and Colleges’ Staff Development Agency, 1995. x Habeshaw T, Habeshaw S, Gibbs G. 53 interesting things to do in your seminars and tutorials. Bristol: Technical and Educational Services, 1992. x Jaques D. Learning in groups. 3rd ed. London: Kogan Page, 2000. x Tiberius R. Small group teaching: a trouble-shooting guide. London: Kogan Page, 1999. 21 7 One to one teaching and feedback Jill Gordon “My method (is) to lead my students by hand to the practice of medicine, taking them every day to see patients in the public hospital, that they may hear the patients’ symptoms and see their physical findings.
X Newble DI, Dawson B, Dauphinee WD, Page G, Macdonald M, Swanson DB, et al. Guidelines for assessing clinical competence. Teach Learn Med 1994;6:213-20. x Norcini JJ. The death of the long case? BMJ 2002;324:408-9. x Reznick RK, Smee SM, Baumber JS, Cohen R, Rothman AI, Blackmore DE, et al. Guidelines for estimating the real cost of an objective structured clinical examination. Acad Med 1993;67:513-7. Judges (n≥12) must first imagine the minimally competent or borderline trainee For each item in each checklist, judges record what they believe the chances are that their imaginary trainee will be successful Judges discuss rationale for each other's judgments For each item in each checklist, judges revise (or not) their initial predictions Item score = average of revised judgements Station pass mark = average of the item scores OSCE pass mark = average of the station pass marks A modified Angoff procedure for an OSCE The second picture and the picture showing an oral examination are from Microsoft Clipart.
Alternatively, you or the students could prepare the questions on cards. You could also mix the best of the students’ questions with some of your own. Horseshoe groups This method allows you to alternate between the lecture and discussion formats, a common practice in workshops. Groups are arranged around tables, with each group in a horseshoe formation with the open end facing the front. You can thus talk formally from the board for a time before switching to presenting a group task. Subsequent reporting from each group can induce boredom.