Clinical Teaching Tips


Self-directed Learning

Just going to read one article? Try: Teaching Nuts and Bolts, part of the website “Practical Prof” from the Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan

Observation and Feedback, part of the website “Practical Prof” from the Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan

Resident Benchmarks, aka The Bordage Model, from the Department of Family Medicine, UBC

A Faculty Development Program for Teachers of IMGs is an extensive resource by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada. Choose one of the modules to review that suits the issue you are interested in learning about.


Group Learning Resources


The One Minute Preceptor, a PowerPoint presentation prepared by the UBC Dept. of Family Practice

Effective Questioning, a PowerPoint presentation prepared by the UBC Dept. of Family Practice

Graduated Responsibility, a PowerPoint presentation prepared by the UBC Dept. of Family Practice

Teaching Professionalism, a PowerPoint presentation prepared by the UBC Dept. of Family Practice

Time Efficient Teaching Strategies – Teaching on the Fly is a problem-based small group learning module by The Foundation for Medical Practice Education; arrange a session with your colleagues through your regional ("site") faculty development coordinator.

SNAPPS is a one-hour seminar that can be arranged for your group through your regional ("site") faculty development coordinator.

Teaching IMGs is a one-hour seminar by Dr.Sue Phillips, Queen’s Dept. of Family Medicine; it can be arranged for your group through your regional ("site") faculty development coordinator.

Module 5 - Giving Feedback, part of the online course, “E-Tips for Practice Education” from the Office for Faculty Development of the Faculty of Medicine, UBC.

Log in as a guest; on the next screen, click on “e-tips for practice education”; then click on “Module 5”.

Feedback, is a problem-based small group learning module by The Foundation for Medical Practice Education; the printed background material is available through your regional ("site") faculty development coordinator.