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given to a participant from an instructor, simulator or peer regarding his understanding of concepts or of skills
The degree to which either aencounter or equipment approaches
wherein the evaluator’s focus is on the learner’s progress towards goal attainment. A process for determining the of a person engaged in a healthcare activity for the purpose of providing constructive for that person to improve
Gynecological Teaching Associates are women who are specifically trained to teach, assess, and provide feedback to learners about accurate pelvic, rectal and/or breast examination techniques. They also address the communication skills needed to provide a comfortable exam in a standardized manner, while using their bodies as teaching tools in a supportive, non-threatening environment.
Process encouraged by the instructor duringthat reinforces the critical aspects of the experience and encourages insightful learning allowing the participant to link theory with practice and research
Experiences using full scale, or standardized patients that are extremely and provide a high level of interactivity and realism for the learner
Experiences such as, , using partial task trainers or static manikins to immerse students in a clinical situation or a specific skill
Full or half body representation of a patient for practice
Experiences that are more technologically sophisticated such alearning systems s in which the participant relies on a two- dimensional focused experience to problem solve, perform a skill and make decisions or the use of manikins more realistic than static low fidelity ones having breath sounds, heart sounds and/or pulses
Male Urogenital Teaching Associates are men who are specifically trained to teach, assess, and provide feedback to learners about accurate urogenital and rectal examination techniques. They also address the communication skills needed to provide a comfortable exam in a standardized manner, while using their bodies as teaching tools in a supportive, non-threatening environment.