Provider: Monash Institute for Health and Clinical Education
In this unit, students will examine how this type of communication – framed as learning conversations – can contribute to learning and teaching processes. We draw on literature from clinical supervision and simulation where concepts of feedback and debriefing are framed to support professional development. We consider perspectives of learner/trainee and teacher/trainer and strategies for creating safety enabling honest communication in learning conversations. Students will also have the opportunity to apply theory from the foundation unit in health professions education.
- Describe the role of feedback and debriefing in supporting learning
- Identify the range of settings in which learning conversations occur
- Recognise strategies to create safety for learning conversations
- Outline strategies to promote learner-initiated feedback
- Demonstrate learner-centred approaches to briefing
- Demonstrate specific debriefing approaches in diverse learning contexts
CPD Points: Students will receive 6cp of credit towards an elective unit in the GradCertClinSim upon passing the assessed version of the short course. (see the course progression map at http://www.monash.edu/pubs/handbooks/maps/map-m4008.pdf) Graduate Certificate applications are submitted online at: https://www.monash.edu/study/how-to-apply. Timely applications for 2018 entry should be submitted by 1 March.
Dates: Tues 17th – Thurs 19th April 2018
Venue: Address TBC, Melbourne VIC
- $ 2400 incl GST (no assessment)
- $ 2640 incl GST (with assessment)*
*Students will receive 6cp of credit towards an elective unit in the GradCertClinSim upon passing the assessed version of the short course
Register at Website: https://www.monash.edu/medicine/healthed-institute/courses/learning-conversations