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By David Newble BScHons, MBChB, MD, FRACP, DipEd, Robert Cannon MA, MEdAdmin, DipTertEd (auth.)

Medical scholars are to a wide quantity taught through those who have undertaken very little formal learn within the box of schooling. even if formal research of any topic isn't any warrantly of passable on-the-job functionality, instructing perform itself with out a wisdom of the elemental princi­ ples of schooling is probably going to carry distortions into the educating scenario. Our personal event leads us to think that many academics are involved at this lack of understanding. This challenge is happen through their prepared participation in actions which offer them with useful tips in bettering their academic talents. regrettably, few books were written to help the common scientific instructor wishing to realize a viewpoint on simple academic ideas or looking feedback on how those should be utilized to instructing. a prior booklet by means of the Advisory Centre for collage schooling (ACUE) on the college of Adelaide, entitled collage instructing, has proved to be very hot, either in the neighborhood and in a foreign country, and has basically met the wishes of organi­ zers and individuals in instructor education programmes in tertiary associations. The luck of this ebook, and our event with numerous academic actions equipped for employees of clinical and dental colleges and postgraduate businesses, led us to think pragmatic academic advisor for clinical lecturers will be of worth to all such lecturers and especially to these requested to adopt an academic activity for the 1st time.

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Observe the student: As mentioned earlier, a consistent finding in studies of clinical teaching has been a lack of direct observation of student interactions with patients. All too often the clinical teacher starts with the case presentation and may never check to see whether the features described are actually present or were elicited personally by the student. Serious deficiencies in clinical skills are consistently found in 55 interns and residents which must be an indictment of the undergraduate clinical teaching.

Even if it does, it is often directionless, unproductive, unsatisfying and perhaps threatening. To avoid these problems you will need some understanding of how groups work and how to apply a range of small group techniques to achieve the goals you set out to achieve. THE IMPORTANCE OF SMALL GROUP TEACHING Teaching in small groups enjoys an important place among the teaching methods commonly found in medical education for two rather different reasons. The first of these can be described as social and the other as educational.

E<3noN~ ** * * Listen to the question very carefully. If the question is complex or if you suspect that not all the audience heard it, restate it clearly and succinctly. Answer the question politely and precisely. Sometimes a simple 'yes' or 'no' will be sufficient. Avoid the danger of using the question to give what amounts to a second paper. Be alert to the questioner who is deliberately trying to trick you or to use the occasion to display his own knowledge of the subject. If the question is particularly awkward or aggressive try to deflect it as best you can.

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