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martes, 19 de mayo de 2020

Feedback in the ED

CanadiEM
CanadiEM - By Arthur Welsher - May 19, 2020
"We’ve all heard the adage that practice makes perfect and to become an expert you must complete 10 000 hours of deliberate practice​​. This involves motivated, goal oriented, purposeful practice with periodic feedback. Feedback is critical to allow for growth from where you currently are as a clinical clerk to where you want to be as future practicing physician​2. Even with extensive deliberate practice, you will plateau without guidance and identification of areas to improve through feedback. However, feedback can be difficult to come by in a busy emergency department. We will break down how to solicit high quality feedback as a clinical clerk on your emergency department shifts."