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Teaching That Counts: Tips on Receiving Feedback

In Education & Quality Improvement, Featured, Infographics by Krista Dowhos1 Comment

This is part of the CanadiEM Teaching That Counts Infographic Series, where we take the current research and evidence on how to teach well in the emergency department and distill it down into bite-sized chunks that are rapidly digestible and memorable. Teaching That Counts: Tips on Receiving Feedback Do you ever have difficulty receiving feedback from learners? Is receiving feedback as a teacher something you actively avoid? Do you find feedback challenging to …

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A ‘Friends’ Case Report – Concussion

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Patient Presentation and History Joseph (Joey) F. Tribbiani is a 31-year-old man who presents with transient tinnitus following multiple hits to the head. Joey received 13 hits to the left and right temporal regions from his “friends” while wearing “protective equipment”. Collateral history from his friends, Chandler Bing and Ross Gellar, indicates that there was no loss of consciousness or subsequent disorientation. However, they were concerned for Joey’s cognitive well-being after losing 57 …