Our CME Speaker is: Brian M. Johnson, MD,
Associate Program Director, Contra Costa Family Medicine Residency, Martinez, California, Director, UCSF Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship, San Francisco, California
All physician teachers constantly engage in giving and receiving feedback. It is one of the most important things we do in helping learners, as well as a powerful way for us to grow as teachers. This activity will facilitate a workshop designed to help us all get a bit better at these vital faculty skills.
- Describe the value feedback through the lens of learning trajectories
- Describe the difference between formative and summative feedback.
- Recognize the ARTful and BEST frameworks for giving feedback.
- Ask for feedback (they actually want)
CME Activity Flyer PDF