Teaching and Mentoring: Practical Skills for Junior Doctors

Description

From Intern right throughout Doctor in Training years and beyond, doctors are required to teach, mentor and model best clinical and behavioural practice for those who follow in their path.

What makes for a great Junior Doctor teacher, mentor and role model? What are the techniques that are not necessarily taught in medical school? This practical panel (comprising Junior and Senior doctors) will discuss their strategies and techniques, and how their own experiences have influenced their style as teachers, trainers and mentors.

Type
Panel discussion

Accreditation
Doctors in Training can claim 1.5 hours of CPD towards their annual 50 hours CPD activity requirement

 

Learning Outcomes

N/A

Dates

Thursday 4 April 2019
Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital Conference and Education Centre, Bowen Bridge Rd,
Herston QLD 4006

Session Time
Registration from 6 PM
7 - 8.30 PM

For all enquires, please contact the Events Team on:
Phone (07) 3872 2222
Email registrations@amaq.com.au

Focus
Teaching, mentoring, role model, teaching methods, learning types, medical school, ethics, best practice

Medical Audience
GP, GP Registrar, Specialist, Doctor in Training (DIT), Medical Student, International Medical Graduate, Overseas Trained Doctor

 

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AMA Queensland
N/A
Discussion
1h : 30m
MBA - CPD: 1h : 30m
Medical Education

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