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Learning environment

Trainees’ Perceptions of Being Allowed to Fail in Clinical Training: A Sense-Making Model

This article explores trainees’ awareness and their experience of failure and allowed failure. Interviews with post-graduate trainees confirm that they...

Creating Psychologically Safe Learning Environments to Counter Perfectionism in Medicine

This article shares resources about perfectionism and impostor syndrome to help create psychologically safe environments where medical students can learn...

Whatever You Cut, I Can Fix It: Clinical Supervisors’ Interview Accounts of Allowing Trainee Failure While Guarding Patient Safety

This article describes how learning in the medical field is in delicate balance with safety as faculty supervisors allow trainees...

Science Students’ Perspectives on How to Decrease Stigma of Failure

This article describes student perceptions on the stigma of failure and their associated concerns. It explores how failure could be...

Pre-prescribing: Creating a Zone of Proximal Development Where Medical Students Can Safely Fail

A research study exploring how educators can create “safe fails” that allow junior clinicians to safely participate in authentic, risky,...

Intra- and Interprofessional Practices through Fresh Eyes: A Qualitative Analysis of Medical Students’ Early Workplace Experiences

This article identifies a need to evaluate and respond to what students are learning about collaborative practice during clinical placements....

PGME Information Sheet: Hidden Curriculum

An information sheet with an overview of the hidden curriculum, including its distinctions from the formal curriculum, its impacts and...

Exploring Hidden Curricula in an Interprofessional Intensive Care Unit Simulation

An interprofessional simulation, with 194 students in undergraduate and professional programs from seven health-care professions, that seeks to determine if...

Crucial Conversations: An Interprofessional Learning Opportunity for Senior Healthcare Students

This article evaluates Crucial Conversations as a learning method for fostering interprofessional collaboration in pre-licensure senior health-care students and empowering...

‘Get the DNR’: Residents’ Perceptions of Goals of Care Conversations Before and After an E-Learning Module

An article exploring residents’ experiences with an online learning module that teaches a patient-centred approach to goals-of-care conversations. It also...

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