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GAME 1 What’s Hot – ASME + AMEE 2012? . 2012-13. What’s new?. Online med ed resource sites Social media as a place of learning and cpd New approaches to lecturing Entrustable professional activities Improving the quality of clinical attachments. Twitter examples. Twitter Journal Club

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Game 1 what s hot asme amee 2012

GAME 1What’s Hot – ASME + AMEE 2012?

2012-13


What s new
What’s new?

  • Online med ed resource sites

  • Social media as a place of learning and cpd

  • New approaches to lecturing

  • Entrustable professional activities

  • Improving the quality of clinical attachments


Twitter examples
Twitter examples

Twitter Journal Club

Connect

To share (e.g. at conferences)

To involve and inform

CPDeeee.g. EBM; Specialty

Getting started


Lectures revisited
Lectures revisited

  • Pre-recorded lectures as a means of encouraging active learning

    • The “coverage” myth

    • Active learning???

    • Lectures are for questions, problems, cases, - i.e discussing that application and validity of the lecture

  • Team based learning to encourage greater participation


Dissatisfaction with lectures
Dissatisfaction with lectures?

  • Not knowing if, what and how his students were thinking

  • Insufficient opportunities to grapple with the problems that they would encounter on graduation

  • Sense that lectures were a waste of time


Team based learning
Team based learning

TBL is an active learning large group teaching technique: Teams of 5-8

  • Prescribed reading, video resources etc. in advance

  • Individual MCQ to test prior learning

  • Same MCQ - agree team best answers

  • Present same problem to each team– (realistic, complex, challenging)

  • Team generate answers – e.g. management options

  • Present their answers simultaneously – (clickers, voting cards)

  • Justify answers

  • Student appeals

  • AMEE guide 65


Epa bridges competency to practice
EPA: Bridges Competency To Practice

  • Competencies are logical groupings of knowledge and skills objectives – e.g. “perform complete and accurate physical examinations”

  • Problem – competencies do not convert well to the complex tasks of practice

  • “They may have passed their assessments, but how do I know they are ready to manage a patient on their own??”

  • Entrustable professional activities – routine specialty specific professional activities that are adjudged to be “entrustable” to a trainee.

  • Observable, measurable and graduated in terms of supervision reqd.


Tricks to improve clinical attachments
Tricks to improve clinical attachments

  • Students “on call”

  • Involving interns in decision making

  • Longer is better

    • Relationships

    • Knowhow

    • Role (being useful)


Year ahead and the game blog
Year Ahead and the Game Blog

  • GAME 2012-13 list

    • Item writing

    • Standard setting

    • Questions in clinical teaching

    • How to give feedback in clinical teaching/supervisory relationships

    • How to use social media for CPD and clinical education

    • The lecture revisited – new techniques for an old medium

    • Why don’t they get it? Understanding how and why learners differ and what you can do about it (memory, attention, cognitive load, expertise, misconceptions, learning styles, social learning pressures, social comparisons)

    • Supervising and mentoring postgraduate junior staff – lessons from the battlefield

    • Understanding the new(ish) workplace based assessment tools – Rationale for their use; how and when to use them.

    • Two Educational Grand Rounds – any thematic requests???

  • See GAMENUIG BLOG


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