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PSR Education Methods. Patricia B. Nemec , PsyD , CRC, CPRP. Venues and Audiences. Certificate Pre-service Advanced. Academic Field training. Level. Format. Classroom Distance Blended. On the job (inservice) Mentoring, supervision Conferences CE Providers.

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Psr education methods

PSR Education Methods

Patricia B. Nemec, PsyD, CRC, CPRP

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Venues and audiences

Venues and Audiences

Certificate

Pre-service

Advanced

Academic

Field training

Level

Format

Classroom

Distance

Blended

On the job (inservice)

Mentoring, supervision

Conferences

CE Providers

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Workforce development challenges

Workforce Development Challenges

The Pipeline

Recruitment

Preparation

Retention

Quality Assurance

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selecting

marketing

screening

recruitment

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supervising

training

orienting

preparation

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advancement

morale

pay scale

retention

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support

evaluation

incentives

quality assurance

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Education training process

Education / Training Process

Identification of competencies

Design instruction to develop competencies

Deliver instruction

Ensure application

Facilitate quality improvement

Evaluate effectiveness

Calculate return on investment

supervision

dissemination

utilization

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Instructional technology

Instructional Technology

  • Recorded audio/video

  • PowerPoint

  • Learning Management Systems

  • Epistemic games

David Schaffer

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Instructional methods

Instructional Methods

  • Self-directed learning

  • Instructor-directed learning

    • Lecture (with or without PowerPoint)

    • Interactive “discovery” learning

    • Competency-based instruction

  • Work-based learning

    • Content based on the job role competencies

    • Classroom / homework integrated with the job

ineffective

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Ineffective strategies

Ineffective Strategies

  • Primarily lecture (instructor to trainee)

  • Trainee is passive (no self-directed inquiry)

  • Focus is on knowledge, not application

  • Assessment is based on recall

  • Recall parallels format of instruction

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What works

What works?

  • Evidence-based strategies

    • Multiple high quality studies

    • Consistent positive outcomes

    • Very few studies available, most focus on MDs

  • Theory-based strategies

    • Adult education in other areas (non MH)

    • Research on how people learn

HSRI White Paper (Leff et al.)

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Evidence based strategies

Evidence-Based Strategies

  • Use of credible instructors

    • Credibility determined by trainees

    • Depth of knowledge and expertise

    • Opinion leaders, champions

  • Outreach, community-based training on site

  • Multiple training methods / approaches

  • Individualized to trainees with feedback

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Theory based strategies

Theory-Based Strategies

  • Curriculum incorporates activities

    • Promotes self-directed learning

    • Includes practice application

    • Transformative learning

  • Integrated theory and technical skills

  • Stakeholders contribute to curriculum

  • Active inquiry comprises 60% of training time

10-10-10

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Targeted training outcomes

Targeted Training Outcomes

outcome

determines

method

  • Content area

  • Focus on KSA competencies

  • Level of training

    • Exposure

    • Experience

    • Expertise

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Competency training how to

Competency Training: How To

  • Apply knowledge: Problem-based instruction

  • Develop skills:

    • Break down into component behaviors

    • Tell, Show, Do

    • Practice in real-life settings

    • Feedback

  • Support performance through system design

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Work based learning activities

Work-Based Learning: Activities

  • Identify need for training

    • Job / role competencies

    • Rating competencies

      • (importance, criticality, frequency)

  • Match content to job competencies

  • Develop effective sustainable training process

  • Identify outcomes

  • Calculate “return on investment”

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Work based learning how to

Work-Based Learning: How To

  • Create a culture where learning is expected

  • Base training on job requirements

  • Integrate training with job performance

  • Use a “train-practice-train” format

  • Require “homework”

  • Involve supervisors in reviewing homework

  • Invest in changes for sustainability

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Practice what you teach

Practice What You Teach

  • Recovery-based teaching strategies

  • Apply the principles of psych rehab:

    • Respect and dignity

    • The primacy of the relationship

    • Empowerment and self-determination

    • Hope: An essential ingredient

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To download outline

To Download Outline

http://www.patnemec.com

(p. 2 of resources)

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