How to teach procedures in the Emergency Department

PodcastHeadsetAs I was going through the free EM-RAP Educator’s Edition podcasts, somehow missed the March 2010 podcast on how to teach procedures in the Emergency Department. In the 36-minute podcast, Dr. Mak Moayedi (Univ of Maryland) discusses a framework to teaching procedures. Check it out.

More specifically, Dr. Moayedi talks about how teaching procedures has moved beyond the antiquated “see one, do one, teach one” philosophy. Instead, we should follow principles based on accepted adult learning theories.

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By |2016-12-20T10:04:41-08:00Jul 15, 2010|Medical Education|

Hot off the press: Improving medical student presentations in the ED

PodcastHeadsetWebsite: www.emrapee.com

The EM-RAP Educator’s Edition podcast just released its 6th podcast episode. Dr. Rob Rogers et al discuss practical tips and approaches to giving feedback on medical student presentations. Presentations in the ED are very different from those in other specialties, such as internal medicine and surgery. The discussants dissect and comment on parts of the presentation.

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By |2016-11-18T11:11:09-08:00Oct 9, 2009|Education Articles, Medical Education|