Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsHi everybody. Last week we looked at factors that affect the learning environment, the role of interprofessional education, planning learning opportunities and the ever-growing need to balance service work with education effectively in clinical settings. Now that you are familiar with the general principles of establishing and maintaining a supportive learning environment in your workplace, this week we are going to focus specifically on the learner or the trainee. We will be looking at how to identify the learning needs of your trainees or any learner, and once you've done that, how you can support them to develop a good personal development plan to meet those needs. As learners grow in experience, it is really important for them to take responsibility for their own learning.

Skip to 1 minute and 0 secondsBut what is a supervisor's role in this and how can you facilitate self-directed learning among your trainees? We will be using videos, case scenarios, articles and discussions to explore, and to get to grips with these topics, and to make sure that you have the right tools in your toolbox to help you to do this in your workplace.

Welcome to Week 2

In this video Professor Rodrigues introduces this week’s topics.

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Clinical Supervision: Teaching and Facilitating Learning

UEA (University of East Anglia)