Presentation on theme: "Objectives to Outcomes"— Presentation transcript:
1Objectives to Outcomes Jason Zigmont, PhDSystem Director,Experiential Learning
2Are you doing this to improve outcomes or to check a box?
3Education does not equal learning Core BeliefsWe believe that everyone participating in experiential learning activities is intelligent, well-trained, cares about doing their best and wants to improve. Adapted from the Center for Medical Simulation, Cambridge, MAThe goal is to improve outcomes through experiential learningEducation does notequal learning
5Learning Outcomes Model Improved Patient Outcomes The IndividualExperiencesWell-Tuned Learning OrientationMental ModelsAnalogical ReasoningChallengingEmotionally ChargedMistakes or ErrorsImproved Patient OutcomesSkilled MentorsEvidence Based MedicineProducts and ProtocolsEnvironmentZigmont et. al., 2011) Theoretical Foundations of LearningThrough Simulation. Seminars in Perinatology, April 2011, Vol 35, Issue 2, p
6Problem Identification and Needs Assessment Health Care Problem- Current ApproachIdeal ApproachEvaluation and FeedbackTargeted Needs AssessmentIndividual LearnersProgramLearnersLearning EnvironmentImplementationGoals and ObjectivesObtaining Political SupportSecuring ResourcesAddressing BarriersIntroducing the CurriculumAdministering the Curriculum7Broad GoalsSpecific Measurable ObjectivesEducational StrategiesContent/Method/SimulationKern DE, Thomas PA, Howard DM, Bass EB. Curriculum Development for Medical Education: A Six-step Approach.Johns Hopkins Press; 1998.