Impact of a Resident-as-Teacher Workshop on Teaching Behavior of Interns and Learning Outcomes of Medical Students.
Andrew G Hill, Sanket Srinivasa, Susan J Hawken, Mark Barrow, Susan E Farrell, John Hattie, Tzu-Chieh Yu
Journal of Graduate Medical Education | Journal of Graduate Medical Education | Published : 2012
BACKGROUND: Residents and interns are recognized as important clinical teachers and mentors. Resident-as-teacher training programs are known to improve resident attitudes and perceptions toward teaching, as well as their theoretical knowledge, skills, and teaching behavior. The effect of resident-as-teacher programs on learning outcomes of medical students, however, remains unknown. An intervention cohort study was conducted to prospectively investigate the effects of a teacher-training workshop on teaching behavior of participating interns and on the clerkship learning outcomes of instructed fourth-year medical students. METHODS: The House Officer-as-Teacher Training Workshop was implemente..View full abstract