- Start date: 21 January 2020 13.30
- End date: 21 January 2020 16.30
- Duration: 3 hours
- Fees: Free
- Venue: University of Leeds, School of Medicine, Worsley Building, Level 8, 8.11G
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Feedback is a global issue and providing effective feedback a sought-after skill.This workshop is designed to enhance skills in giving effective feedback within medical education. Various models will be explored and the impact of feedback will be discussed.
By the end of this session participants will be better able to:
- Understand the meaning of effective feedback
- Utilise skills of listening, observing, giving feedback and receiving feedback.
- Identify and make opportunities for giving feedback
- Provide Feedback using a variety of methods
This course is free to attend and of interest to those wishing to develop teaching skills, especially in the healthcare environment and teaching our students.
Dr Rob Lane Leeds Institute of Medical Education
This workshop has been accredited for 3 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians
This workshop is developed and run by Leeds Institute of Medical Education at The University of Leeds and can be used to evidence the following areas for GMC accreditation: Teaching and Facilitating Learning.
This workshop can be used to evidence to following areas for The Academy of Medical Educators. Core: Educational Scholarship. Domains: Designing and Planning of Learning Activities, Teaching and Supporting Learners.