In the ever-growing, ever-advancing field of medical science, the need for self-directed learners is at an all-time high. This is especially true for both graduate medical students and medical professionals who wish to improve their patient’s quality of care. On this episode, I am joined by the brilliant Dr. Staci Saner to discuss the science of learning and the best methods for developing self-directed learners to further quality improvement in medical care.
This episode’s points of interest cover:
- Understanding learning on a scientific level
- Utilizing different learning techniques
- The importance of self-directed learning
- Breaking down different theories for learning
- Reflective practice as a learning tool
- What is the QARRD?
- The role of motivation and growth mindsets in self-directed learning
- Dr. Saner’s encouragement for healthcare educators
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Maxwell Boakye, MD, MPH
Clinical Director, KSCIRC