I’m always on the lookout for new tools to try to improve my clinical teaching. I’ve been a fan of the “one-minute preceptor” for a while. One tool I’ve been very interested in but only recently begun to use is called SNAPPS. Like the one-minute preceptor, SNAPPS is another tool that was developed for the […]
Some musing for a lecture at the 2014 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly.
Great advice for your next presentation: You Suck At PowerPoint! from Jesse Desjardins – @jessedee
Can you learn medicine in just 1 year? Unlikely, but if it’s possible to cover the content of a MIT computer science degree in 1 year, then anything is possible. In this talk from TEDx Eastside Prep, Scott Young, a self described “speed reading, vegetarian, holistic learning, productivity hacking, recent university graduate,” discusses his views […]
It’s that time of year again. The time of the year that you see the new interns scrambling through the department, eyes wide as saucers, running scared, and hungry for experience. As an educator, it’s a refreshing time to be at work! With the start of the interns, many blogs have been providing advice to […]
Sorry about the lack of posting this week. I’ll be heading to sunny Florida for a quick conference and a few days rest and relaxation. I’ll be back next Tuesday with a discussion of the microskills. Talk to you then!
If you read Michelle Lin’s Academic Life in Emergency Medicine or Scott Weingart’s EMCrit then you already know about the quality information that these two giants are providing to Emergency Medicine. It’s no wonder that they’ve both been nominated for the 2010 MedGadget Weblog Awards. Take a look and vote for your favorite! EMCrit is […]
If one wanted an example of a positive deviant, i.e. a person on the leading edge of the bell curve, in emergency medicine education, Michelle Lin, MD would top the list of potential candidates. I am very fortunate to look to her as a friend and virtual mentor as I develop as an academic clinician. […]