IHP Clinical Teachers Workshop Winter 2020: The Patient as a Teaching Partner

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Date and Time:
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Location:
MGH - Main Campus (55 Fruit Street)
Founders Building, Room 325

Duration:
1.5 Hours


*This is a complimentary offering for MGH employees and any interested clinicians from other organizations - Space is limited.*


Course Overview

As clinical preceptors, the majority of our teaching is done during our routine work in caring for patients and clients. Yet, how do we intentionally engage the patient as a teaching partner in a way that is respectful to patients and instructive for learners?

This is a 2-hour workshop intended for clinical teachers and preceptors from any and all disciplines and specialties. It is part of the interprofessional Clinical Teaching Workshop Series being offered through the IHP Office of Continuing and Professional Development, hosted by the MGH Norman Knight Nursing Center.

Other topics in the series to look out for:
 - Wellness and Mindfulness
 - Evidence-based Practice in Clinical Teaching
 - Observing and Assessing Competency
 - The Feedback Challenge
 - Intersectionality
 - How to Use Questions to Teach

 

Outcomes

 The learner will be able to:
 - Separate myth from reality as it pertains to patients in clinical teaching
 - Identify patients or clients in our own practice who could be teaching partners for specific, identified learning experiences
 - Use evidence-based literature to practice engaging "patients" as partners and preparing "learners" for the experience


Format

Live workshop will include case analysis and case-based problem-solving in small groups, sharing of information and strategies with colleagues, and feedback from other participants.

 

Faculty

Susan E. Farrell, MD, EdM

Director of Continuing and Professional Development

Center of Interprofessional Studies and Innovation

MGH Institute of Health Professions

 

Accreditation (Nursing)

MGH Institute of Health Professions School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

This program will provide 1.5 contact hours.

Criteria for successful completion include attendance at the entire event and submission of a completed evaluation.

Disclosure
There are no conflicts of interest exists for anyone in a position to control the content of this activity.

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