Faculty Advancing Medical Education (FAME): Feedback Retreat
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the role feedback plays in professional development;
- Differentiate between brief, formal, and major feedback;
- Describe the role of the learner and teacher in the feedback relationships;
- Identify at least one model of feedback delivery for use;
- Identify the challenges of the “Tell” phase of the Ask/Tell/Ask model of giving feedback for the full spectrum of learners;
- Describe a framework for the development of Feedback Scripts in medical education;
- Develop and apply Feedback Scripts to effectively address a variety of learner behaviors in medical education;
- Contrast formative feedback and summative assessment;
- Demonstrate characteristics of effective summative assessments using tools such as PRIME (+);
- Create a succinct and effective summative assessment.
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