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These are a few of the questions I am often asked by junior physicians, or even peer physicians. I thought I’d share with you some the top 10 pearls I share with others, as we focus on many of these in the Brave Enough Master Class. #tweetorial #medicalstudents #medicalschool
2. Take a vacation every 3 months. Especially in the first few years. Trust me. Time away = burnout prevention. #tweetorial #medicine #mentor #physicianwomen #womeninmedicine #medicalschool #residents #medicalstudents #author #braveenough #gritandgrace #burnoutsyndrome #selfcare
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Die #Bewertung von #LehrerInnen mit ⭐ per #App ist nicht zielführend. Wenn man Kids jedoch über Jahre nicht die Chance auf #Feedback und Mitsprache gibt, darf man sich nicht wundern, wenn sie die Sache selber in die Hand nehmen. Dabei gäbe es 2 sinnvolle Tools für Feedback ...
1. Alle #LehrerInnen können sich auf von den SchülerInnen anonymes Feedback holen. Zur Klassenführung, zur Stundenvorbereitung, zur Beziehungsebene. Das sind ca. 30 differenzierte Fragen, die auch längere Antworten zulassen und nicht auf gut/böse basieren!
Zusätzlich können Klassenvorstände hier auch ein Klassenfeedback einholen, indem es generell um die Stimmung in der Klasse geht. Das Problem dabei?
Es ist freiwillig und kaum eine Lehrperson macht es bei mir im Lehrerzimmer. Gerade jene, bei denen es sinnvoll wäre, weigern sich.
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1/ When I find myself #disappointed or frustrated with a student or trainee, I always go back to was I explicit in my #expectations?

Was I clear about my standard for pt care?

Particularly, to not make assumptions about pt’s health #literacy or understanding of their plan?
2/ Was I not clear about my expectation about their medical knowledge

And if they don’t know something, its okay

But to take a stab at looking it up themselves if they have time since that will stick a lot more #MedEd
3/ Was I clear about closed loop #communication with the interdisciplinary team

And not make assumptions that #orders does not = that it’s happening for the patient or others understand the reasoning or its importance
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Have I ever told y’all how much I loooove to give #feedback?

Here’s why:
1. It adds meaning to my work in #MedEd.
2. It honors the learners and the patients.
3. It informs my final evaluations.
4. It improves the learning climate.
5. It's necessary.

*Shout out to #2.
I know lots of experts have written and presented great stuff on this. But if #medtwitter has taught me nothing else, it's that we can always add new ways to look at stuff.


So with that, here’s my practical approach to feedback on the wards and in clinic. Ready?
Okay, so 1st, let’s quickly revisit how feedback was defined in Ende’s classic paper:

“an informed, nonevaluative, objective appraisal of performance intended to improve clinical skills”  

(Ende J. Feedback in clinical medical education. JAMA. 1983;250:777–781)

Cool? Cool.
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End of Rotation Feedback:

Quiet room. Very last day. You said:

“Your presentations were disorganized at times. And I expect students to be more independent at this point.”


“You have some gaps in your knowledge. I want to encourage you to read more.”

“Also--I think you dress rather casual for the hospital. I wouldn’t want you to be perceived as unprofessional, you know?”

Swallow. Blink.

“Like, those shoes. Are they sneakers?”

Wait. Huh?

“Um. They’re just comfortable. I mean. . .no, they aren’t sneakers.”

Well, what? I wanted to know. You expound.

“Well. You want to look the part. Like a doctor, you know? You want patients to feel like they can trust you when they see you.”

Swallow. Blink. Harder.

“Otherwise, I think you’ll do fine. Just keep reading.”

You smile.

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1/14 Hace años no sabía dar feedback, empezaba por las cosas positivas y acababa con las aspectos de mejora, ¡error! Abro un hilo para compartir algunas ideas que me han sido útiles sobre el feedback, una acción que debería ser muy habitual en todas las compañías #Feedback
2/14 Empezaba por lo positivo porque mi intención era ayudar a la persona a mejorar pero al acabar con los aspectos negativos, la persona se quedaba con la sensación que no lo hacia bien y que ademas no confiaba en ella. #Feedback
3/14 El reconocimiento positivo tiene mucho más impacto si se hace público, en presencia del equipo, porque refuerza vínculos y aumenta la autoconfianza. El negativo, en cambio, nunca hacerse en público para no ridiculizar ni dañar la autoestima de la persona #Feedback
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💥 Da ieri siamo online con #JungleEuropa, un #podcast 🎙️per accompagnare, "liana dopo liana" 😉, i lettori di @repubblica, ma, più in generale, tutti gli elettori e cittadini italiani, verso le #elezionieuropee 👉 | @GEDIspa
🎧 Il #podcast lo trovate su #ITunes, #Spotify e sul sito di @repubblica 👌 Perché la #giungla? 🦍 Inutile negarlo: l'#Europa può apparire come un territorio complicato da capire. Ma varcato il primo cono d'ombra si scopre un mondo nuovo e affascinante! ☺️
🌿#JungleEuropa dà priorità alle voci di chi questa #Europa la vive in prima persona: giornalisti e ricercatori della generazione #millennials 🤙 che sono partiti dall'#Italia per realizzare progetti professionali, ma non solo, all'estero 🦋
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A quick #thread on the importance of #mentorship and critical #feedback in writing. I’m targeting students, trainees, and younger faculty who struggle with the #mentoring process- I’ll share some vulnerability to demonstrate a #growthmindset- I’ll also recommend 2 books.
A couple of weeks ago I was invited by @AnnalsATS to write an editorial for a paper. I loved the topic so I quickly agreed and started ordering my thoughts. It was a quick turnaround- 2 weeks, so I had to get moving.
I worked diligently on the draft and invited @vitaincerta to co-author- she is smart as a whip and a terrific writer and I knew she would really help to shape a well-written piece. She agreed and I sent her my #ShittyFirstDraft.
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Let’s talk about #lectures in HigherEducation
.@LangOnCourse alerts us to: When should we lecture in class? Excellent examples and analysis of the (positive) role of the lecture from @dgooblar #learning #lecture
.@mariosbham comments on "#Lectures: a much-maligned format which can be truly inspirational" #HigherEducation…
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