October 15, 2015 • Written in Practicing Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with PracticalDoc practicaldoc.ca Preceptors • Written by Jonathan Koch

What’s a good way to structure case-based teaching?

This five-step microskill model, often known as the One Minute Preceptor, provides a framework for teaching in the office or emergency room. The structure encourages students to think critically about the case and gives insight into clinical reasoning skills. It also reminds preceptors to provide feedback on performance. Try using it after a learner has presented a case summary.

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