Coaching in Medical Education
Today's medical school coaching programs integrate a wide variety of personalized goals, including professional identity formation and academic performance, as well as community building, leadership and lifelong learning skills, clinical skills development, and more. Coaching in Medical Education, part of the American Medical Association's MedEd Innovation Series, is a first-of-its-kind, instructor-focused field book that equips educators to coach all learners and run an effective coaching program, increasing the likelihood of the learner (and thus physician) success. This volume . . .
- Summarizes a set of robust theories, which form a scientific foundation for coaching competencies
- Gives clear guidance on coaching, as well as how to design, implement, and evaluate a coaching program in today's institutions.
- Explains the difference between coaching and traditional advising and mentoring.
- Discusses how to use coaching to develop the Master Adaptive Learner.
- Provides various approaches for different levels of learners-remedial to advanced, UME through GME.
- Offers practical frameworks for individual, team, and peer coaching.
- Discusses how to use coaching to enhance wellbeing, strengthen leadership skills, foster personalized academic and career development, and increase resilience during change and acute uncertainty.
- Contains tools for creating an ethical, equitable, and inclusive coaching program.
- Includes a chapter focused on Assessment and Program Outcomes.
One of the American Medical Association's ChangeMedEd initiatives and innovations, written and edited by members of the Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium - a unique, innovative collaborative that allows for the sharing and dissemination of groundbreaking ideas and projects.
Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
|Author Information||By Maya M. Hammoud, MD, MBA, Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan ; Nicole M. Deiorio, MD, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Hershey, Pennsylvania; Margaret Moore, MBA and Margaret Wolff, MD, MHPE|
"This book fills an important niche: it reviews accepted coaching theory and highlights the important role of coaching in the development of the adaptive, lifelong learner."
©Doody's Review Service, 2022, Stasia Reynolds, MD (Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center)
|Table of Content|| Contributors
1 Coaching in the Academic Environment
2 Coaching and the Master Adaptive Learner Model
3 Coaching Theories: A Scientific Foundation for Coaching Competencies in Medical Education
4 Competencies for Academic Coaches
5 Overview of Individual, Team, and Peer-Coaching
6 Applications of Coaching
7 Coaching for Performance Improvement
8 Coaching and Ethics, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
9 Examples of Successful Coaching Programs
10 Developing Coaches for Learners Across the Medical Education Continuum
11 Coaching Assessment and Program Outcomes
12 The Current and Future State of Coaching in Medical Education
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