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Goals objectives example

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Goals objectives example

  1. 1. ROTATION: St. Christophers Resident as Teacher Block - "Effective Precepeting"GOAL 1: Understand the complex tasks that are required in order to performeffective precepting.OBJECTIVES: • Describe the multiple tasks that must be accomplished simultaneously by a preceptor when teaching medical students and residents including (C, PC, K) o Diagnose the patient o Assess learner’s knowledge base o Provide feedback to the learner o Teach the learnerGOAL 2: Learn techniques for effective preceptingOBJECTIVES: • Use techniques which will help prepare the learners, patients and caregivers prior to the precepting experience including (K, PB) o “Prime” the learner prior to initiation of the patient encounter (e.g. highlight historical and physical exam data that is pertinent to the chief complaint) o Set expectations for the learners (e.g. length of time in the room, information to include in the oral presentation) o Set expectations for the patient/caregiver prior to initiation of the patient encounter (e.g. longer visit time) • Role model effective communication skills with the patient and the caregivers including (P, C, PC) o Proper introductions o Explain role to patient and caregiver o Identify the primary historian o Use effective history taking techniques (e.g. ask open-ended questions, ask questions one at a time) o Use effective non-verbal cues (e.g. nod, maintain eye contact) o Use language at the proper developmental/educational level o Avoid medical jargon o Encourage questions from patient/caregivers • Include the learners in the encounter between the preceptor and the patient with the caregivers. (P) • Demonstrate respect for learners, patient and caregivers during the precepting encounter. (P)
  2. 2. GOAL 3: Become familiar with the “One Minute PreceptorOBJECTIVES: • Demonstrate the steps of the “One Minute Preceptor”. (C) o Allow the student to present the history, physical examination, assessment and plan uninterrupted o Get a commitment o Probe for supporting evidence o Teach a general rule o Provide positive feedback o Provide constructive feedbackGOAL 4: Learn techniques to engage the learners, patient, and patient’sfamily members during the precepting experience.OBJECTIVES: • Use effective listening skills to elicit information from the learner (e.g. maintain eye contact, attentive) (C) • Provide a wrap-up of the precepting session (K, PC) o Give concluding teaching points to the students. o Supervise the student giving education and discharge instructions to the patient/caregivers.INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES: 1. Lectures 2. Role playingEVALUATION STRATEGIES: 1. Direct observation 2. Evaluation forms (see attached)


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