Using learning conversations in the practice
Published: 15 June, 2020
Combining the best available evidence with the patient’s preferences and the physician’s clinical expertise is key to practicing evidence-based medicine. In general practice training, these skills can be learned at the workplace using learning conversations: meetings between the supervising GP and GP trainee to discuss medical practice, selected topics or professional performance.
In a study involving 22 GP trainees affiliated to GP training institutes in the Netherlands and Belgium the trainees reflect on their learning conversations. Read the findings for trainees and supervisors in:
Welink, L.S., de Groot, E., Pype, P. et al. GP trainees’ perceptions on learning EBM using conversations in the workplace: a video-stimulated interview study. BMC Med Educ 20, 139 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-020-02051-2
Last updated: 12 June, 2020