Part 1 - A Primer
In the first half of this session, Pat Thomas, MD from Ambulatory Medicine and Associate Dean for Curriculum at the School of Medicine opens with a primer on the "the one minute teacher" for enhancing bedside teaching in busy clinical settings like the outpatient arena.
Part 2 - Panel Discussion
In the second half, Pat Thomas joins three of the Department of Neurology's top-rated outpatient clinical teachers, Drs. Crawford, Kossoff, and McArthur for a panel discussion on tips and tricks for how to engage and involve medical students in the outpatient setting while still handling a busy clinic load.
- L. Randol (Randy) Barker, MD, ScM, Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
- David E. Kern, MD, MPH, Director, Division of General Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Professor of Medicine
- Patricia A. Thomas, MD, Associate Dean of Curriculum, Associate Professor of Medicine
The Giving Feedback online course (30 minutes) provides faculty and resident supervisors with the knowledge and skills they need to provide effective feedback to a learner, whether in the laboratory, classroom or clinic. Without effective feedback, mistakes go uncorrected and good performance is not reinforced. In this workshop, you will observe and identify both poor feedback performance and effective feedback skills in lively demonstrations. You will learn about common barriers to providing feedback and how to surmount them, and can download additional background material, references, and tips for giving feedback to your students, residents, postdoctoral fellows and other trainees.
- Giving Feedback
- Giving Feedback within the Context of a Relationship
- Confronting Individuals About Performance Problems
- Eliciting Feedback
- Eliciting Feedback within the Context of a Relationship
- References for Giving and Eliciting Feedback
- Giving Feedback Pocket Card
Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development; Instructor: Dr. Patricia Thomas
Video Presentation & PP Handout: GTS Is Coming ! Are you Ready? The transition to the Genes to Society curriculum has begun. Full implementation began in August 2009 with the move to the new Armstrong Education Building. This workshop is designed to provide an overview of the new curriculum for faculty who currently teach,emphasizing what is new and how your teaching will change in the new curriculum. This will include guidelines for creating lectures, designing and running small group activities,and how to access information and important contacts for the new curriculum. Participants will receive a Resource Manual for Teachers in the JHUSOM Curriculum.
- Advanced Powerpoint (March 2008)
- Case Method Teaching (June 2008)
- Case Method Teaching- Video- June 2009
- Improving the Quality of Multiple Choice Exams-(June 2009)
- Lecturing in the TBL Age: How to Avoid Getting Burned at the Stake (June 2009)
- Team Based Learning