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Critical Feedback, Mistreatment, and the Learning Environment

By Tim Lacy Working in the Office of Medical Student Learning Environment, I find it a good practice to draw a bright line between a person’s feelings about grades and evaluations, on the one hand, and their own assessment of a course’s or clerkship’s learning environment on the other. It’s important to separate questions of [...]

By |2019-07-31T14:11:30-05:00July 31st, 2019|DMSLE Notes|Comments Off on Critical Feedback, Mistreatment, and the Learning Environment

Mistreatment as Misdiagnosis: A Thesis

by Tim Lacy After having some time to settle into my position—to read more broadly on the particular issues of mistreatment in medical education, and to visit with the UI-COM campuses—I have arrived at a tentative thesis about potential sources of mistreatment, broadly, in medical education:Continue Reading Mistreatment as Misdiagnosis: A Thesis

By |2019-03-12T12:13:06-05:00March 19th, 2019|DMSLE Notes|Comments Off on Mistreatment as Misdiagnosis: A Thesis

Abusive Supervision at Work: Research and Conclusions

by Tim Lacy This February 26 New York Times story (behind a paywall), by Benedict Carey, addresses the topics of humiliation, bullying, and harshness from certain kinds of supervisors. Citing past and present public figures, the article undermines the thinking, or assumption, that harsh bosses get results. They don’t, in any arena. Citing a synthesis [...]

By |2019-02-28T14:47:15-05:00February 28th, 2019|DMSLE Notes|Comments Off on Abusive Supervision at Work: Research and Conclusions