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Medicine. Giving Feedback Online Course, Johns Hopkins Medicine -

Nurses. Feedback, Continuing Competence Tutorial, College & Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta -

Occupational Therapy. The Importance of Feedback, The American Occupational Therapy Association -

Pharmacy. Using adult learning concepts to create a positive pharmacy preceptorship experience, Canadian Pharmacists Journal -[293%3AUALCTC]2.0.CO%3B2

Social Work. Giving and getting Feedback – School of Health and Social Care -

Tips for Constructive Feedback. Faculty of Health Professions, Dalhousie University -



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Burns, C., Beauchesne, M., Ryan-Krause, P., & Sawin, K. (2006). Mastering the preceptor role: Challenges of clinical teaching. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 20, 172-183.

Hyvarinen, M.L., Paavo, T., Katajavuori, N., & Isotalus, P. (2008). Feedback in patient counselling training – Pharmacy students’ opinions. Patient Education and Counselling, 70, 363–369.

Irby, D.M., Aagaard, E., & Teherani, A. (2004). Teaching points identified by preceptors observing One-Minute Preceptor and traditional preceptor encounters. Academic Medicine, 79(1), 50-55.

Maher, J.M., & Reiman, A.J. (2004).  Principles for more deliberate assessment.   Academic Exchange, Spring, 124-128. 

Perlman, C., Weston, C., & Gisel, E. (2005).  A web-based tutorial to enhance student learning of activity analysis. The Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72(3), 153-163.

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Walsh, A.E., Armson, H., Wakefield, J.G., Leadbetter, W., & Roader, S. (2009).  Using a novel small-group approach to enhance feedback skills for community-based teachers.  Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 21, 45-51.

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