Chris Peltier, MD, of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will lead this interactive workshop by reflecting on personal experiences to examine characteristics of meaningful and effective feedback with special attention on addressing millennial learners.
Feedback is critical to improving the performance of trainees in every setting from outpatient continuity clinic to bedside rounds. Many clinician teachers struggle with giving feedback effectively and efficiently. Trainees continue to comment about the lack of helpful feedback they receive as well. This interactive workshop will begin with learners reflecting on an experience as a feedback recipient. A brief didactic session will follow that will examine characteristics of effective feedback and examine why the Ask-Tell-Ask…Teach model for giving feedback is more effective than the traditional “feedback sandwich”. Attention will be placed on how to give effective feedback to “millennial” learners. Using video vignettes and role playing cases, attendees will practice giving feedback to learners on issues related to the ACGME competencies. At the end of the workshop, participants will be asked to commit to change one aspect of their current feedback practice.
In addition to AMA PRA Category 1 Credits, this session will be approved for ABIM MOC Medical Knowledge Assessment points.