During this time there will be a lot of learning! There will be revisions of existing practice through to learning completely new skills and knowledge. This can be daunting and yet there is evidence about training techniques that can make it easier for both the learner and trainer. Below are three models that promote best training practice.

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Trainers' Toolkit for Covid-19: Reflections

An ongoing series of interviews with clinicians on their experiences in teaching and training during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Trainers' Toolkit for Covid-19: Models for reflection

The Royal College of Surgeons recommends Driscoll’s model for reflective practice.


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Trainers' Toolkit for Covid-19: Giving feedback

The Royal College of Surgeons recommends Pendleton’s model for giving feedback.

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Trainers' toolkit for COVID-19: Training a practical skill

The Royal College of Surgeons recommends Peyton's 4-stage approach for teaching a practical skill.
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