Using personalised teaching and learning to improve clinical performance

John Sandars, Rakesh Patel

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The intention of personalised teaching and learning to improve clinical performance is the optimisation of individual performance across a variety of tasks in different environments. Educational interventions need to have a focus on the assessment and feedback of both outcome and process of performance. An essential component of the assessment and feedback on the process of performance is how ‘the will’ and ‘the skill’ are dynamically adapted by the individual through Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) processes. The use of SRL – microanalysis can identify the key SRL processes that inform SRL enhanced feedback for personalised teaching and learning. The experience of the authors in using SRL enhanced feedback for optimising performance in prescribing by junior doctors is discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)102-105
JournalBritish Journal of Hospital Medicine
Volume79
Issue number2
Early online date12 Feb 2018
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 12 Feb 2018

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Using personalised teaching and learning to improve clinical performance. / Sandars, John; Patel, Rakesh.

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