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Tiny Talks - Practice Bulletin in 5 Minutes
of an educational learning occurs through direct patient care, augmented with
review of literature, sometimes difficult in busy clinical environments.
\"Tiny Talks\" was a project initiated by residents at Albert
Einstein/Montefiore creating a succinct, “on-the-fly” teaching and
self-learning tool, and supporting residents teaching each other as well as
selected topics from ACOG Practice Bulletins and condensed them into 8-12 slide
PowerPoint presentations, and made available through a shared folder. Residents
and medical students were surveyed regarding topics reviewed, usefulness as
teaching and self-learning tool, time spent, and how often they anticipate they
would use the slides per week.
14 total respondents to this on-going survey, with responses from medical
students and all four years of residency. 85% of respondents stated the review
took from 5-10 minutes. 71% strongly agreed that they were effective teaching
and self-learning tools. 92% strongly agreed or agreed that they were an
acceptable alternative to Practice Bulletins for \"on-the-fly\" teaching.
92% strongly agreed or agreed that they were not burdensome to use. The
majority of respondents (43%) stated they would use Tiny Talks approximately
once a week.
of Tiny Talks were: residents learn and report retaining information during the
creation of the Tiny Talks, and residents and students maximize available time
in their work day reviewing a topic within 5-10 minutes
Skills, Instructional Materials/Methods, Residents As Teachers, Teaching Skills
CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting, 2017, Resident, Residency Director, Medical Knowledge, GME, Lecture,