Authors: Jennifer Sonney, PhD, ARNP, PPCNP-BC and Mayumi A. Willgerodt, PhD, MPH, RN
Audience: Clinical preceptors and other health professionals working with learners
Run time: Approximately 30 minutes

Welcome to the Preceptor Toolkit Module on Feedback and Evaluation.  Feedback and assessment are critical components of the learning process. Learning is most effective when assessment is meaningful and delivered in a constructive, timely manner. This module is presented in three sections: Principles of Feedback and Evaluation; Strategies for Effective Feedback and Clinical Evaluation; and Challenging Feedback and Evaluation Scenarios. 

This online module includes audio and visual demonstrations and interactive scenarios.

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Learning Objectives

Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to…

  1. Identify components of effective clinical assessment to promote continuous professional and interprofessional development.
  2. Incorporate effective feedback and evaluation strategies into teaching practice. 
  3. Review applications of feedback strategies. 
  4. Demonstrate effective feedback strategies while modeling effective communication skills.
  5. Respond to common feedback and evaluation challenges when working with interprofessional learners.

     

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Learning Objectives

Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to…

  1. Identify components of effective clinical assessment to promote continuous professional and interprofessional development.
  2. Incorporate effective feedback and evaluation strategies into teaching practice. 
  3. Review applications of feedback strategies. 
  4. Demonstrate effective feedback strategies while modeling effective communication skills.
  5. Respond to common feedback and evaluation challenges when working with interprofessional learners.