Twelve tips for developing feedback literacy in health professions learners
Nicholas Tripodi, Jack Feehan, Rebecca Wospil, Brett Vaughan
MEDICAL TEACHER | TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD | Published : 2020
Despite feedback being widely-used by health professions educators as a tool to develop clinical competencies, strategies to guide its successful implementation remain limited. In addition, health professions learners are often dissatisfied with the quality and/or volume of feedback they receive. Efforts to better engage learners in feedback processes have resulted in the development of a number of theoretical frameworks to guide educators, one being feedback literacy. Feedback literacy can be conceptualised as a learner's ability to recognise, comprehend, generate, and take action on feedback they encounter during their learning to aid health professions learners' clinical competency develo..View full abstract
NT and JF are supported by Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarships and would like to acknowledge their support.