Annual Preceptor Education Event

This event is designed for both new and seasoned preceptors supervising UBC dietetics practice education students. The event is hosted in the lower mainland with video conferencing across the province, to allow as many preceptors as possible to attend.

October 2019 Event Details

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Feedback is a perennial issue for health professional training programs. Students claim to want it and feel that they don’t get enough. Faculty claim to provide it, and feel that students either don’t recognize it, ignore it, or explicitly reject it. Efforts to redress these issues have tended to focus on “best practice” behaviors designed to maximize effective delivery, but have failed to make a dent in these recurrent complaints and concerns.

In this session Dr. Glenn Regehr will lead us to...

  1. Explore potential reasons for the “failure” of feedback in the health professions by examining how it is currently constructed and enacted.
  2. Examine the personal, relational, and situational complexities of the feedback context that are often not fully appreciated in current models.
  3. Examine how we might redress these difficulties to evolve a more effective model of feedback as a process of social interaction.

SAVE THE DATE DETAILS
When: Thurs Oct 10, 2:30pm-4:00pm (2:00pm start time at the live site for networking)
Live Site: Paetzold auditorium, Vancouver General Hospital
Remote Access: Videoconference sites available across the province

Registration for the Fall 2019 Preceptor Education Event will open in late summer - watch your emails! If you have not already done so, subscribe to the Preceptor Interest Group Listserv here to ensure you receive event notifications.

Archive of Past Events

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(1) The wonderful variety of precepting: understanding how your teaching perspective influences learning

Slides are available here. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the 2018 video was not available for upload.

(1) Bend Don't Break: Creating Cultures of Resiliency in Healthcare - Jeanette Vinek

(2) Teaching on the Fly: Tricks & Tips for Teaching in Busy Clinical Settings - Dr. Rose Hatala

Both presentations are posted on a password protected page: http://dietetics.landfood.ubc.ca/2016-preceptor-education-video/

Please contact us to obtain the password, if you would like to view these presentations.

(1) Evaluating Clinical Competence in the Field
(2) Viewing the World Through a Student's Eyes

Both presentations are posted on a password protected page: http://dietetics.landfood.ubc.ca/2016-preceptor-education-video/

Please contact us to obtain the password, if you would like to view these presentations