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Background: Unprofessional behavior can compromise care and detract from the hospital learning environment. Discrepancy between professional behaviors formally taught and what is witnessed has become increasingly evident.
Methods: With funding from the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation, a workshop was developed to address unprofessional behaviors related to inpatient care previously identified in a multi-institution survey. The aims were to utilize video-based education to illustrate unprofessional behaviors, how faculty play a role in promoting such behaviors, and facilitate reflection regarding motivation for and prevention of these behaviors. Hospitalists and housestaff at 3 Chicago-area academic hospitals and 1 community teaching affiliate participated. Videos were debriefed, identifying barriers to professional behavior and improvement strategies. A postworkshop survey assessed beliefs on behaviors and intent to change practice. Results: Forty-four (53%) faculty and 244 (68%) residents (postgraduate year 1 and greater) participated. The workshop was well received, with 89% reporting it "useful and effective." Two-thirds expressed intent to change behavior. Most (86%) believed videos were realistic and effective. Those who perceived videos as "very realistic" were more likely to report intent to change behavior (93% vs 53%, P = 0.01). Conclusions: Video-based education is a feasible way to promote reflection and address unprofessional behaviors among providers and may positively impact the learning environment. (© 2013 Society of Hospital Medicine.)
PHYSICAL education, TEACHING, GAMES, and EDUCATION
Discusses the use of pedagogical principles in net/wall games to enhance teaching effectiveness. Generic tactical problems and solutions associated with net/wall games; Modifications to increase task complexity and encourage sampling.
SCHOOL administration and EDUCATION
Advocates a more responsible approach to instructional management. Sample lesson combining management and instruction; Guide to pedagogical reasoning about instruction and management.
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