Breanna L. Sherrow, Ph.D.
Senior Learning Specialist, Graduate Medical Education
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson
Tips for Giving and Receiving Feedback
Presentation Learning Objectives:
Explain why feedback is important.
Describe barriers to providing or receiving/eliciting feedback.
Practice giving feedback in two cases.
List five feedback pearls (key points).
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