CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Teaching in the Presence of Patients

Online Event: Zoom WA

Teaching in the presence of patients offers many opportunities to teach important competencies. Physical examination, clinical reasoning, and patient communication are just a few of the skills that are best taught in the exam room or at the bed side. Interacting with patients and families offers opportunities for experiential learning

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Feedback

Online Event: Zoom WA

Skillful feedback is necessary to help learners achieve their potential. Feedback is most effective as part of a collaboration between the teacher and learner rather than a one-way conversation in which the teacher tells the learner how to improve. Participants will develop skills in creating shared goals and collaborating with learners to maximize the positive impact of feedback.

CLIME Work in Progress: Tyler Bland, PhD

Online Event: Zoom WA

Work in Progress on CLIME funded project "Exploring the role of specialty identity in medical student professional identity formation: a qualitative analysis"

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Assessment

Online Event: Zoom WA

Clinical teachers must assess the skills and competencies of their learners. This session will focus on reliably and accurately assessing learners in the clinical setting – the session directly links with the prior session on formative feedback, as much of this assessment information can be provided directly back to learners as feedback. Clinical teachers are also often required to create written assessments to help course directors to evaluate learners and provide a grade. This is a challenging task and is highly susceptible to bias – this session will provide best practices in mitigating bias in assessment.

CLIME Work in Progress: Caitlin Schrepel, MD

Online Event: Zoom WA

Work in Progress on CLIME funded project "Exploring the role of specialty identity in medical student professional identity formation: a qualitative analysis"