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Portfolio Coach Orientation

Portfolio Coach Orientation

KEYWORDS: Coach, Orientation, Portfolio

CATEGORY: Learner Group, Learning Context, Module, Orientation, Patient Involvement, Portfolio Coach, Resource Format, Small-group, Teacher Role, Topic, UGME, Without patient care

This module is designed for Portfolio Coaches in UBC’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) program. The module outlines the goals of Portfolio and the role of the coach. The module highlights the evolution of the coach role in each year of the four-year program.

Access the Module: Portfolio Coach Orientation.

Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor Training

Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor Training

KEYWORDS: case based, Case-Based Learning, CBL, cbl training, cbl tutor, Training, Tutor, tutor training

CATEGORY: CBL Tutor, Learner Group, Learning Context, Module, Other, Patient Involvement, Resource Format, Small-group, Teacher Role, Topic, UGME, Without patient care

This module outlines Case-Based Learning (CBL) in UBC’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) program, including the roles of the tutor and student, and tutor resources and contacts. It will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete this module.

Open the module: Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor Training. 

Introduction to Small Group Facilitation

Introduction to Small Group Facilitation

KEYWORDS: Facilitation, Introduction, Introduction to Small Group Facilitation, Small Group

CATEGORY: CBL Tutor, Facilitation/Active learning, Learner Group, Learning Context, Module, Patient Involvement, Resource Format, Small-group, Teacher Role, Topic, UGME, Without patient care

This module describes the importance of small group learning in medical education and the role of small group facilitators in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine. It introduces some strategies for creating a safe learning environment, managing the dynamics of a small group, addresses common facilitation challenges raised in student assessment of teacher data, and includes tips from experienced facilitators.

Access the module: Introduction to Small Group Facilitation.

Inter-City Rounds Facilitation Guide

KEYWORDS: Facilitation, Guide, Inter-City, Inter-City Rounds Facilitation Guide, Rounds

CATEGORY: Facilitation/Active learning, Large-group, Learner Group, Learning Context, Lecturer/Presenter/Facilitator, Lectures & Presentations, Patient Involvement, PDF/Document, PGME, Resource Format, Teacher Role, Topic, Without patient care

This guide is for facilitators of the inter-city rounds discussion in the UBC Faculty of Medicine. It provides guidance on encouraging all participants, especially residents and video-conference (VC) participants, to feel comfortable contributing to discussions. This guide describes your role as facilitator and provides some techniques for setting up, moderating and closing a respectful and inclusive discussion.

View or download the PDF: Inter-City Rounds Facilitation Guide. 

Land/Territory Acknowledgment

Land/Territory Acknowledgment

KEYWORDS: Acknowledgment, land, Land/Territory Acknowledgment, Territory

CATEGORY: All, All, Both, EDI/Indigenous topics, Large-group, Learner Group, Learning Context, Patient Involvement, PowerPoint, Resource Format, Small-group, Teacher Role, Topic

Doing a land/territory acknowledgement helps insert an awareness of indigenous presence and land rights in everyday life. This quick guide describes how to create and deliver a digital land/territory acknowledgement and why it is important to promote awareness. Using this resource will also help ensure that making a land/territory acknowledgement is a genuine and meaningful act.

Download the PowerPoint slides: Land/Territory Acknoweldgement.