An important concept in academic medicine, clinical feedback provides a foundation upon which medical trainees can refine their skills and improve their clinical abilities. Dr. David Musick walks the viewer through appropriate and inappropriate/ineffective methods of providing clinical feedback and how feedback can improve one’s clinical abilities.

Time Required (estimated): 45 minutes
Title: Getting Noticed: The Crucial Role of Feedback in Clinical Medical Education
Author: David W. Musick, PhD
Author Type: Faculty
Citation: Nephrology On-Demand 2010
Date Created: 2010
Revisions: None Indicated
Disclaimers: None Indicated
Resource Type: Video
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