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Residents as Teachers: Self-perception of preparedness before and after an educational intervention. Eduardo Pino, M.D. Department of Pediatrics Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Marshall University. Background. Residents are an invaluable tool in the education of medical students.

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residents as teachers self perception of preparedness before and after an educational intervention

Residents as Teachers: Self-perception of preparedness before and after an educational intervention

Eduardo Pino, M.D.

Department of Pediatrics

Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine

Marshall University

background
Background
  • Residents are an invaluable tool in the education of medical students.
  • However, very little time is spent in preparing them to be effective teachers.
objective
Objective
  • The purpose of this study was to evaluate residents’ self perception as teachers before and after an intervention to present effective teaching methods.
methods
Methods
  • Pediatric house staff attended a seminar consisting of three one-hour lectures providing guidance on effective teaching techniques.
  • Subjects included organization/leadership, teaching skills, and feedback.
  • Participants were involved in role playing scenarios.
methods1
Methods
  • Pre- and post seminar questionnaires were administered evaluating participants’ perception of teaching preparedness.
  • Results were summarized using a five point Likert scale.
  • Data was collected from 2004-2006.
methods2
Methods
  • The sessions were enjoyable.
  • I feel well prepared to teach.
  • I have confidence in my teaching ability.
  • My anxiety level regarding teaching is at a “healthy level”.
  • I am aware of what is expected of me as a teacher.
results
Results
  • All residents found the sessions enjoyable (mean score 4.7).
  • Mean number of sessions attended = 2.5
conclusions
Conclusions
  • A brief intensive intervention is beneficial in preparing residents to become better teachers.
  • The benefit is greater for first year house staff.
  • It is also helpful to repeat the sessions for senior residents.