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One Minute Preceptor (OMP) - 5 microskills

One Minute Preceptor

BloomTaxonomy

Evidence
5MS
(Irby)
5MS

(Aagaard)
OMP
Furney
teaching

Salerno
Eckstrom

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Furney et al. Teaching the one-minute preceptor. A randomized controlled trial. Journal of General Internal Medicine (2001) vol. 16 (9) pp. 620-4
Salerno et al. Faculty development seminars based on the one-minute preceptor improve feedback in the ambulatory setting. Journal of General Internal
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Eckstrom et al. Measuring outcomes of a one-minute preceptor faculty development workshop. Journal of General Internal Medicine (2006) vol. 21 (5) pp.
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Tadao Okada, MD, MPH @ Primary Care Institute Japan

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last updated on 7/20/2009

(OMP)

activation
1. Get a commitment

2. Probe for supporting evidence

3. Teach general rules

4. Reinforce what was done right


5. Correct mistakes

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Tadao Okada, MD, MPH @ Primary Care Institute Japan

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last updated on 7/20/2009