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By J Edward B. Maddela, MD Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the Doctoring Curriculum at the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix Biomedical Campus
Renée M van der Leeuw, Irene A Slootweg
BACKGROUND: Feedback is generally regarded as crucial for learning. We focus on feedback provided through instruments developed to inform self-assessment and support learners to improve performance. These instruments are being used commonly in medical education, but they are ineffective if the feedback is not well received and put into practice. METHODS: The authors formulated twelve tips to make the best use of feedback based on widely cited publications on feedback...
May 2013: Medical Teacher
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