Recommendations for the Development and Implementation of a Residents as Teachers Curriculum Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Teaching junior residents, medical students and other hospital staff is an essential component of a resident physician's job. While resident physicians provide much of the teaching for their junior learners, few residents are provided with formal training on how to teach effectively. Although some Residents as Teachers (RAT) curricula do exist, there is no consensus on how the curriculum should be administered, content it should include, and how to assess its effectiveness. We seek to provide guidelines and recommendations applicable to any residency program seeking to begin or improve upon a RAT curriculum and provide suggestions on how to assess its effectiveness.

authors

  • Messman, Anne
  • Kryzaniak, Sara M
  • Alden, Sylvia
  • Pasirstein, Michael J
  • Chan, Teresa

publication date

  • July 26, 2018

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