Teaching Without Patient Care

Small group and large group learning often takes place without the patient being present. This learning and the values it fosters are foundational for clinical learning. You may play the role of a lecturer, coach, facilitator or tutor in these contexts, each requiring a special skill set.

The following resources will orient and introduce you to these roles.

 

    • Large Group Learning Initiative

      This series of 3 modules is designed to support excellence in teaching by improving the quality and consistency of lectures across UBC’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME).

    • Introduction to Small Group Facilitation

      This module describes the importance of small group learning and the role of facilitators in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine. It introduces strategies and includes tips from experienced facilitators.

    • Case-Based Learning (CBL) Tutor Training

      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.

  • Portfolio Coach Orientation

    The module provides an outline of the goals of Portfolio and the role of the coach. It highlights the evolution of the coach role in each year of the four-year program.

  • Foundations of Scholarship (FoS) Orientation

    This module introduces UBC’s Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) faculty to their role in the Foundations of Scholarship (FoS) – MEDD 419 course.

  • Foundations of Scholarship (FoS) Orientation

    This module will introduce UBC Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) faculty to their role in the Flexible Enhanced Learning (FLEX) course spanning across – MEDD 419, MEDD 429, and MEDD 449.