Workshop Abstracts

Heather Hickey
2020 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
Rationale/Background: Feedback is a dynamic and co-constructive interaction in the context of a safe and mutually respectful relationship for the purpose of challenging a learner's (and educator's) ways of thinking, acting or being to support growth (Ajjawi & Regehr, 2019). The R2C2 model for feedback and coaching, with four phases in which supervisors and learners build relationship, explore reactions and reflections, determine content, and coach for change to co-create an action plan, was
more » ... loped as a model to facilitate such conversations. It was based on theory and research related to self-assessment, cognitive domains, humanism, commitment to change and implementation science. It has been tested and found effective for work with physicians in practice, nurse practitioners, and residents across several countries and disciplines. Recently, the researchers have modified the R2C2 model for use with in-the-moment feedback and coaching that occur in the clinical environment. This workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to explore and practice the R2C2 in-the-moment model ( and discuss its applicability within their own context. Instructional Methods: This interactive workshop will draw upon participants' experiences through: 1. Introductions and large group discussion of participant experiences (10 minutes) 2. Presentation and demonstration of the model (15 mins) 3. Small group discussion of the model (10 mins) 4. Coaching practice with case scenarios and debriefing (40 mins) 5. Large group discussion of R2C2 in-the moment coaching and feedback and take-home messages (15 mins) Target audience: Educators at all levels of the education continuum with an interest in feedback and coaching Learning Objective: 1. Share experiences providing "in-themoment" feedback within clinical settings. 2. Practice applying the R2C2 ITM model to case scenarios. 3. Identify the utility of and barriers to integration of the R2C2 in-the moment (ITM) feedback and coaching model and its application within their work.
doi:10.36834/cmej.70084 fatcat:nqnazfxrevaf5a4tj7dplnxfbq