Webinar: Improving the learning environment at your practice

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You may have heard about structuring the learning environment for your GP registrars, but what does this really mean? In this webinar, we break this down by explaining 6 key elements, accompanied by tools and guidance on how to implement these in your practice. This approach has been developed by GPSA based on extensive research to support your training practice. These handy tools and checklists offer a ready-made solution to make GP training in your practice a positive experience. Presented by Dr Michael Baker and Dr Gerard Conors. Use the timestamps below to navigate to particular topics. Links referred to in webinar also listed below.

4:16 Learning outcomes
4:31 What is a clinical learning environment?
5:48 What does a good learning environment look like?
9:19 The General Practice Clinical Learning Environment (GPCLE)
11:13 Element 1: The practice Values Learning
13:57 Element 2: Best practice clinical care
15:29 Element 3: A positive learning environment
20:08 Element 4: An effective general practice-training provider partnership
– 21.58 Element 5: Effective communication processes
24:01 Element 6: Appropriate resources and facilities
26:08 Polls: which area of clinical learning environment are you doing well/notwell?
28:46 Learning Environment website tools and resources
29:47 Questions and discussion

This presentation will allow you to understand the learning environment at your practice and implement tools to build a stronger learning environment in six key areas.

This presentation will allow you to understand the learning environment at your practice and implement tools to build a stronger learning environment in six key areas.

Links referred to in webinar:
The learning environment
Learning Environment overview
Learning environment framework
Before the registrar starts
Call for help list

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