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Clinical Teaching

PRIMER: Optimizing the Synchronous Online Learning Environment (SOLE)

The purpose of this PRIMER is to help teachers optimize synchronous on-line learning environments (SOLE), where teachers/instructors/ facilitators and learners are interacting together in real time.

  • Guide
  • Teaching
  • Classroom Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Centre for Faculty Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto at Unity Health Toronto

Nurse Educator

A podcast put out by the Nurse Educator Journal which is a a scholarly, peer reviewed journal for faculty and administrators in schools of nursing and nurse educators in other settings, provides practical information and research related to nursing education.

  • Podcast
  • Teaching
  • Classroom Teaching
  • Nursing
Source Nurse Educator

Teaching & Learning in the Clinical Context

The renewed TLC curriculum will support you to develop foundational knowledge and skills for clinical teaching, and learn how to be innovative and adaptable teachers in order to apply the knowledge and skills in unique and changing contexts.

  • Course
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Centre for Faculty Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto at Unity Health Toronto

Unity Health Toronto Patient and Family Education

The Patient and Family Education Program is available across Unity Health Toronto. Their program works with staff, physicians, and learners to create patient education resources, enhance communication, and help patients and families navigate their health care journey.

  • Website
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Unity Health Toronto Patient and Family Education

Educational Technology in Health Professions Education

Explore a curated list of articles, books and guides that support clinical faculty, preceptors, and educational leaders teaching in their use of technology in education.

  • Website
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
  • Graduate Supervision
Source Unity Health Toronto Library Services

Support for Teaching in Health Professions Education

Explore a curated list of articles, books and journals that support clinical faculty, preceptors, and educational leaders teaching in the clinical setting.

  • Website
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Unity Health Toronto Library Services

Teaching and Learning in the Time of COVID-19

A curated library of resources for teaching and learning remotely.

  • Website
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Unity Health Network Library and Information Services

Teaching and Supervision in Virtual Care

Provides tips and guidelines for clinical teachers supervising learners across all levels of health professions who are providing virtual care.

  • Guide
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Teaching
  • Online
Source Centre for Faculty Development

Teaching Excellence Competencies Model

Introduces developmental and aspirational model for clinical teachers to move from a level of foundational teaching competence to excellence in clinical teaching.

  • Guide
  • Teaching
  • Teacher Performance
  • Clinical Teaching
Source Nirula, L., Lowe, M., Maharaj, S., McLaney, E. Parker, K. & Leslie, K.

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