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This highly-regarded course will benefit new and experienced teachers, from all specialties by providing an introduction to the principles of effective clinical teaching for adult learners.
Through dynamic small group sessions, insightful plenaries, and experiential activities, participants will learn how to: assess a trainee and provide effective feedback, present a lecture, lead a case-based discussion, teach at the bedside, balance the needs of students and patients, use educational technology, and challenge learners to move from "knowing" to "understanding."

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This highly-regarded course will benefit new and experienced teachers, from all specialties by providing an introduction to the principles of effective clinical teaching for adult learners.
Through dynamic small group sessions, insightful plenaries, and experiential activities, participants will learn how to: assess a trainee and provide effective feedback, present a lecture, lead a case-based discussion, teach at the bedside, balance the needs of students and patients, use educational technology, and challenge learners to move from "knowing" to "understanding."
Participants will also have the opportunity to network and engage with like-minded educators and to discuss their educational challenges and share successful teaching strategies.
The course is facilitated by Harvard Medical School faculty members with advanced training in medical education and extensive experience teaching medical students, residents, and faculty.

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