The document will help you reflect on your experiences and obtain the support that you need to thrive, feel successful and promote overall wellness during placement, while ensuring learner and patient safety.
The purpose of this document is to support learner and preceptor wellness and to optimize the placement experience. This document includes reflective questions, resources for setting up the placement and support for dealing with the emotionally and psychologically challenging experiences of placement.
From Western University and Fanshawe College, PEP is an online interprofessional program that consists of eight interactive learning modules. The modules are available on this website, or through eCampus Ontario as an open education resource.
The aim of this paper is to provide health professional students and early career health professionals involved in peer and near peer teaching, with an overview of approaches and key tips for teaching in the clinical setting.
Do you supervise/precept learners in a busy work environment?
TaLE is a practical tool of three essential teaching and learning practices with actions to incorporate into your daily teaching practice whether in person or online. These essentials enable you to integrate care and teaching, improve the teaching and learning experience and promote the learner’s development.
Orient learner(s) for clinical placement/rotation success! Use the 4 Essentials of Orientation to guide the discussion and further develop the learner(s)' sense of belonging and feeling part of the team.
The article outlines a framework for working with "problem" learners. This includes strategies for identifying and defining learners' problems, designing and implementing appropriate interventions, and assuring due process.
Books at UHN on clinical teaching
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