Giving Feedback

Reclaiming Conversation: Feedback Collection from Faculty

From CHEST 2018: Faculty Development Forum | William Kelly, MD, FCCP

Reclaiming conversation requires time, space, sustained attention, collaboration, solitude & self-reflection, appreciation of differences, and regularity. Learn more about the benefits of face-to-face evaluation sessions.

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Bronchoscopy Skills and Tasks Assessment Tool

From Bronchoscopy International

Do’s:

  1. Be specific – highlight the exact step needing improvement.
  2. Be objective – use a checklist or assessment tool.
  3. Be timely – immediate feedback may improve competency.
  4. Be relevant – illustrate how the error can lead to compromised patient, staff, or
    equipment safety.
  5. Be honest – praise, self-esteem, and performance rise and fall together.

Don’ts:

  1. Don’t be a victim of the “curse of knowledge” – use checklists.
  2. Don’t be subjective or make vague comments – clearly articulate your impression & use
    precise language.
  3. Don’t be the “sage on stage” – be the “guide on the side.”
  4. Don’t use the checklist as a dipstick for knowledge – make it a dynamic learning tool.
  5. Don’t be fake in your feedback – it will harm the learner in the long run.

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Tips for Effective Written Feedback

From CHEST 2018: CHEST/ APCCMPD Symposium for the Clinician Educator, Part 3: You Call That Feedback?


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