SPDP 2 - Teaching and Learning in Healthcare Settings
Teaching and Learning in Healthcare Settings provides a range of teaching strategies to manage and overcome challenges supervisors face in a complex healthcare setting. These strategies include planning for learning, differentiated instructions for multi-level groups, and using teaching techniques such as questioning. This workshop explores some cultural aspects that may impact on learning, including the hidden curriculum, tribalism and the need for effective role modelling.
Outline the challenges supervisors face in the healthcare setting
Identify the strategies supervisors can use to maximise teaching opportunities
Evaluate personal attitudes, beliefs and behaviour and its influence on supervisory practice
Assess workplace culture issues that can affect education experiences
Facilitators – Dr David Spriggs and Dr Christine Bradley