Two sides of the same coin: Elements that can make or break clinical learning encounters

Abstract Phenomenon: This project explored how faculty, residents, and students at an academic medical center have experienced meaningful learning moments, what contributed to such moments within the clinical learning environment, and how these moments map on to a previously developed conceptual model of the learning environment. Approach: During AY 2018-19, the authors interviewed faculty (n=8), and residents (n=5) from the …

Student-Faculty Co-Production of a Medical Education Design Challenge as a Tool for Teaching Health System Science

Posted 2021/04/08 Funding AMA Accelerating Change in Education Innovation Grant program Disclosures None What problem was addressed: Medical schools prepare students to enter a complex health system with the knowledge to care for patients but provide little training on the health system they join. Health systems science (HSS) is an important topic that is starting …

Personal, Social, Organizational, and Space Components of the Clinical Learning Environment: Variations in their Perceived Influence

Posted 2021/04/08 Abstract Purpose. Because of its impact on learning, interest in the learning environment continues unabated. This includes a framework which emerged from a Macy-sponsored conference which organizes factors that influence the quality of the learning environment into four components: personal, social, organizational, and space. This paper reports a study which assessed the relative …