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How residents can create a positive clinical learning environment

"For me, the team room became a safe space filled with light, stories, laughter, and food. There, my residents helped me read CT scans, interpret CBCs, come up with the…
February 28, 2021

How residents can create a positive clinical learning environment

“For me, the team room became a safe space filled with light, stories, laughter, and food. There, my residents helped me read CT scans, interpret CBCs, come up with the differential for bradycardia, and organize my oral presentations. My residents gifted me confidence, advice on the third year and specialty selection, and Dr. Pestana’s Surgery Notes. They took away from their time on the wards to go over my notes, and from their time with their loved ones at home to prepare me short and helpful whiteboard lectures.”

Reem Al Shabeeb is a medical student and can be reached on Twitter @reemalshabeeb.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “The role of residents in teaching and creating a positive clinical learning environment.” (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/10/the-role-of-residents-in-teaching-and-creating-a-positive-clinical-learning-environment.html)

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