The purpose of adult education is to inspire people to change and to empower them to do so
In this episode, the host of Medic Mindset, Ginger Locke, speaks to the topic of feedback.
In this recording from University of Washington’s Grand Rounds, she explains that paramedics are not getting enough feedback.
She outlines theories for why it is so scarce, what we can do about it, and how feedback might look in the future.
Improve EMS provider performance with counseling, coaching and disciplining
Knowing when to use these management tools to identify and reduce at-risk work behaviors is critical to being a successful EMS leader
For additional reading
- Ginger Locke, BA, Paramedic: Finding Feedback – Ginger Locke
- Dr. Jenny Rudolph: There’s no such thing as “nonjudgemental” debriefing
- Jack Ende, MD: Feedback in Clinical Medical Education JAMA 1983 – core principles of feedback that are timeless
- Subha Ramani, Sharon K. Krackov: 12 Tips for giving feedback effectively in the clinical environment
- Dr. Natalie May: Making Feedback more than just noise
- Sarayna S. McGuire, Anuradha Luke, Aaron B. Klassen, et al: Job satisfaction as it relates to quantity of feedback.
- Dr. Rebecca Cash: Disparities in Feedback Provision to EMS Professionals
- Dr. Remle Crowe: The association of job demands and resources with burnout among EMS professionals