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Perceptions of Clinical Supervision in Ambulatory Settings: Do Supervisee and Supervisors See Eye to Eye?

Published inCreative Education, vol. 11, no. 3, p. 297-306
Publication date2020
Abstract

Given the shortage of primary care physicians, faculties of medicine have been seeking ways to encourage medical students to opt for family medicine as their career choice. The Faculty of Medicine in Geneva decided to incorporate a mandatory one-month rotation during clerkship in a primary care physician's private office. Such a learning environment offers a privileged opportunity for the student but represents a considerable challenge for clinical teachers. With the goal of identifying training priorities, we sought to investigate the differences in perception of clinical supervision held by clinical teachers and by students.

Keywords
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Self-Assessment
  • Maastricht Clinical Teaching
  • Questionnaire
  • Linear Mixed Models Approach
  • Cognitive Apprenticeship
  • Primary Care
  • Faculty Development
Citation (ISO format)
AUDETAT VOIROL, Marie-Claude et al. Perceptions of Clinical Supervision in Ambulatory Settings: Do Supervisee and Supervisors See Eye to Eye? In: Creative Education, 2020, vol. 11, n° 3, p. 297–306. doi: 10.4236/ce.2020.113023
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