Everything you need to know about Medical Education: Well Almost

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<ul><li><p>Everything you need to know about Medical Education: </p><p>Well AlmostCatherine Hyde</p></li><li><p>What shall we do today? Lesson PlanningWhy</p><p>Who What How &amp; where</p><p>How did it go?</p><p>ASSURE model</p><p>Analyse learnersState objectiveSelect methods, media &amp; materialsRequire learner participationEvaluate and revise</p></li><li><p>Why Medical EducationLearners: undergraduate, postgraduate, revalidationTeachers: expansion of teaching, patient education, GP specialisationThe wider picture: increasing emphasis GMC, MMC, PMETB, RCGP, increasing funding &amp; research (NIHR)</p></li><li><p>What in Medical EducationLesson planning: example </p><p>A taste of educational theory</p><p>A taste of different teaching techniques: practical and different contexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson PlanWho: postgraduate trainees</p><p>high achievers, PBL/experiential learners</p><p>What: educational theory (trainee need to understand rationale/ evidence adult learners)</p><p>: teaching techniques increasing requirement to teach</p></li><li><p>Lesson PlanWhere &amp; How:</p><p> classroom (ideally seminar room) small group practical techniques didactic (PowerPoint) handout (further reading)</p></li><li><p>Why theory - Key QuestionsHow do humans learnHow do doctors practice and learnHow do we help students/doctors to learn better</p></li><li><p>BehaviourismPavlovSkinnerClassical ConditioningOperant Conditioning (reinforcement)</p></li><li><p>PavlovSkinnerClassical ConditioningOperant Conditioning (reinforcement)</p></li><li><p>Humanism MotivationMaslow</p></li><li><p>Cognitivism How we perceive and interpret, store and recall information3 points of information on a slide (Miller)Knowledge is linked </p><p> (so stimulate recall)Knowledge and skills develop stepwise</p><p>Which line is longer?</p></li><li><p>Teaching TechniquesPresentation &amp; LecturesSkillsGP surgery: </p><p> what to choose &amp; what to do</p></li><li><p>3 minutes of presentationWhat was good</p><p>http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/richard_st_john_s_8_secrets_of_success.html</p><p>Could do better</p></li><li><p>Skills (Gestaltists=ALS)See one</p><p>Do one</p><p>Teach one</p><p>See oneSee one in stages talked throughTalk through one observedDo one observed</p><p>Practice until competent</p></li><li><p>GP surgery Teaching optionsActive Learning (Eek!)</p><p>1 minute preceptorInvolve learnersTalk through techniquesFeedback</p></li><li><p>Topic optionsDoctor: I asked for you to come to tell you that you have diabetesPatient: I already know. The nurse told me I had mild sugar diabetes and I had to see you to start some tabletsDiscuss possible teaching topics</p></li><li><p>Any Questions?</p></li></ul>