Implementing Coaching in Clinical Settings

Guest: Sherilyn Smith, MD, Professor Emerita of Pediatrics, University of Washington School of Medicine and International Coaching Federation Certified Coach

Description:​ In this episode, Sherilyn Smith returns to our podcast to discuss how to implement coaching in clinical settings. We revisit our discussion about the value of coaching to develop master adaptive learners and then spend time focusing on the specifics of preparing for and conducting coaching conversations with learners, with advice on how to use Aquifer Calibrate, our new formative assessment system.

Additional Resources:

Previous episode with Dr. Smith on coaching

Aquifer Coaching Script

Full show notes can be found here.

Adopting Aquifer to Teach Orphaned Topics

Guest: Karen Scaglione, DNP, Assistant Teaching Professor, St. Louis University Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing; Member, Aquifer Nurse Practitioner Task Force.

Description:​ In this episode Karen Scaglione, DNP highlights the value of using Aquifer to fill curricular gaps without adding faculty time. She describes how she incorporated Aquifer Radiology into her curriculum as self-directed learning to build students’ knowledge and skills in diagnostic imaging and prepare them for licensure and practice.

Full show notes can be found here.