"We work closely with GIM (DIM there) faculty and have provided faculty development in efficient, interactive teaching in busy clinical settings and also in teaching in groups composed of multi-level learners," says Greenblatt.
While in Singapore, they were able to:
- make rounds with the DIM faculty and provide feedback
- lead interactive workshops in dealing with difficult learners and in using evidence-based information resources in the clinical environment
- provide mentorship in improving morning report
- provide consultation to a group of resident leaders planning a longitudinal leadership course
Greenblatt adds, "we will soon begin working in other clinical areas and will soon begin collaboration with the Department of Surgery."
Learn more about Dr. Greenblatt and his role with Duke NUS in this faculty spotlight from January 2015.