Listen to me carefully - I'm giving you feedback!

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MedEd Help with Andrew and Anthony

Health & Fitness


MedEd Help offers helpful discussions and conversations for clinical and medical educators.


To find out more about the podcast and the co-hosts go to MedEd.Help


Episode Title: Listen to me carefully - I'm giving you feedback!


Hosts: Dr. Anthony Llewellyn and Dr. Andrew Vanlint


Overview: Welcome to MedEd Help, where we dive into the world of medical education. In today's episode, we explore strategies to foster effective feedback in clinical environments. In today's episode, our hosts Andrew Vanlint and Anthony Llewellyn share their insights on the crucial role of feedback in shaping learning progression and patient safety.


Join us as we delve into the importance of creating a safe learning environment, setting clear objectives, and utilizing specific feedback techniques to guide learners toward continual improvement. We'll explore the power of patient feedback, the impact of culturally sensitive communication, and practical strategies for educators to enhance their feedback delivery.


Tune in as we uncover the nuances of providing constructive feedback, embracing a learning-oriented approach, and fostering a culture of improvement and accountability. Whether you're a clinical educator, a student, or a healthcare professional, this episode is packed with valuable tips to enhance your feedback skills and promote a supportive learning environment.


So, grab your headphones and get ready for an insightful journey into the world of effective feedback in medical education.


Article Link:

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/0142159X.2012.684916


TImestamps:

00:00 Encourage learner self-assessment for effective feedback.

04:53 Shifted from good/bad feedback to effective/ineffective.

07:35 Psychological safety for learners in clinical settings.

10:50 Effective coaching: setting clear goals and expectations.

13:14 Regular feedback based on long-term goals. Supportive, specific.

17:22 Insights rely on direct observations for accuracy.

19:56 Supporting trainee feedback, addressing challenges in supervision.

23:28 Request feedback promptly for better quality communication.

28:04 Summarizing feedback techniques for professionalism in seven words: PARE, Cedar, AID, STAR, Pendleton's positive critique.

30:21 Positive feedback outweighs negative feedback for success.

35:03 Use descriptive, specific, non-judgmental language in feedback.

37:16 Improve communication with nurses to prioritize relationships.

41:20 Reflecting on feedback, meta feedback, team feedback.

42:35 Offer suggestions, ask for recipients' feelings.

45:47 Recognizing cultural impact, measuring and improving regularly.

49:40 Creating safe and positive learning environment.

52:23 Supervisor must consider feedback and support.

55:50 Patient uncomfortable, doctor unaware, valuable feedback.