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Feedback and Reflection: Teaching Methods for Clinical Settings
Acad Med (2002)
  • William T. Branch, Jr. Md, MACP, Emory University
Abstract
Feedback and reflection are two basic teaching methods used in clinical settings. In this article, the authors explore the distinctions between, and the potential impact of, feedback and reflection in clinical teaching. Feedback is the heart of medical education; different teaching encounters call for different types of feedback. Although most clinicians are familiar with the principles of giving feedback, many clinicians probably do not recognize the many opportunities presented to them for using feedback as a teaching tool.
Keywords
  • Feedback,
  • Reflection
Publication Date
2002
Citation Information
William T. Branch. "Feedback and Reflection: Teaching Methods for Clinical Settings" Acad Med Vol. 77 (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/william_t_branch_jr/3/