As graduate medical educators, we recognize that the learning that occurs in the conference room or virtual classroom is only a fraction of the education that our residents receive. However, it can be challenging to provide formal education at the bedside due to time constraints and our own comfort with teaching in this setting.
This webinar will explore best practices of bedside teaching of family medicine residents, providing guidance, tips and tools for this endeavor. Find out how Just-In-Time Teaching curricula—newly available through the Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource—can be used in these "non-conference room" settings during inpatient rounds and in the ambulatory center.
- Tim Graham, MD, MHPE
- Cari Brackett, PharmD
- Scott Cordts, MD
- Nastascha Lautenschlaeger, MD
- Althea Turner, DO
Objectives: By the conclusion of the this webinar, the participant will be able to:
1. Endorse the importance of teaching residents at the bedside in addition to the traditional conference room setting;
2. Discuss best practices in providing bedside education to graduate medical learners;
3. Describe how Just-In-Time Teaching curricula can augment the education provided to our residents in a variety of settings.
The Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource is a collaborative effort between the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) and the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors (AFMRD.)