CCIP Booster Module 2: Using Feedback in Clinical Education
Performance feedback in clinical education is necessary to help with students’ growth and development. However, providing feedback can have its challenges. This module will remind the participant why feedback is so important as well as discuss the challenges associated with it. Examples of feedback as well as the APTA developed evaluation tools will be provided. After completing this module, the participant can expect to have a better understanding of feedback and feel more confident in providing it.
NOTE: There is no requirement as to the order in which you complete these Booster Modules.
1. List the characteristics of effective feedback
2. Discuss barriers to given and receiving feedback
3. Recognize generational and cultural differences in how people prefer to give/receive feedback
4. Describe the relationship between formative feedback and summative feedback
5. Apply tools that can be used to document and formalize formative feedback: a. Weekly planning form; b. Anecdotal Record; c. Critical Incident report
Ralph R. Utzman
PT, MPH, PhD
Dr. Utzman is Professor and Director of Clinical Education at West Virginia University's Division of Physical Therapy. He earned a bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy and a Master of Public Health from WVU, and a PhD in Health Related Sciences/Physical Therapy track at the MCV Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Utzman has been a credentialed trainer for the CCIP Level 1 course since 1998 and the Level 2 course since 2010. He currently serves on the APTA's CCIP Advisory Workgroup.
Dana E. Martin
Dana is an Associate Teaching Faculty and Director of Clinical Education for the University of Missouri. Dana graduated with a Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Missouri in 2003 and Doctor of Science from Andrews University in 2011. Dana practiced in outpatient orthopedics full time where she assumed roles of clinical instructor and site coordinator of clinical education. Dana is a trainer for both the Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program (CCIP) Level I and Level II. She continues to be clinically active seeing patients in the department’s pro-bono clinic as well as through her PRN work. Dana serves as a clinical instructor in her department’s pro-bono clinic.
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