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Using coaching to learn from failure

MC37 - Using coaching to learn from failure:  Crafting a clinical skills remediation program that works for students at your institution

Date: Wednesday 9 September
Time: 1600-1700
Stream: 5
Theme: Learning from Failure


  • Jean Klig, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, USA
  • Felise Milan, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
  • Minal Singh, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, The University of Manchester, UK
  • Adina Kalet, Medical College of Wisconsin, USA

Clinical skills development can vary widely between learners in undergraduate medical training, with some students falling behind their training cohort. Creating an impactful clinical skills remediation program to support struggling learners can be resource intensive and challenging.  This masterclass will examine three programs at different institutions to discuss key issues in clinical skills remediation including: identification of the struggling learner, coaching to learn from failure, and video facilitated self-assessment. Brief presentations will be paired with interactive focused discussions. Participants will leave with ideas for how to create or improve the remediation programs and coaching practices at their own institutions.

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