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Take 5 Takeaway: Teaching Clinical Reasoning

1-10 minutes | Teaching

Experts in teaching clinical reasoning advise that we explicitly teach non-analytic or “pattern recognition” along with more traditional analytic clinical reasoning methods. Dr. Amit Shah shares 5 steps for teaching clinical reasoning.


  • By: Amit Shah, M.D.
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: Allied, GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway: Teaching High Value Care

1-10 minutes | Teaching

Dr. Starr provides a five-step framework for teaching high-value care in the learning environment.


  • By: Stephanie Starr, M.D.
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: Allied, GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway: Teaching in a Busy Clinical Setting

1-10 minutes | Teaching

Dr. Stacey Rizza shares a strategy she has recently incorporated after reading an Academic Medicine Last Page article published by Wang and Kogan from the University of Pennsylvania, to teach in aliquots based on your allotted amount of time.


  • By: Stacey Rizza, M.D.
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: Allied, GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway: Teaching the Physical Exam

1-10 minutes | Teaching

John Bundrick, M.D. discusses practical steps and evidence based practices for teaching physical exam skills.


  • By: John Bundrick, M.D.
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway: Utilizing Twitter in Academic Medicine

1-10 minutes | Education Research and Scholarship

Colleagues from across the institution walk you through how to utilize Twitter to promote education, share resources, and build your own network of education colleagues.


  • By: Amaal Starling, M.D., Elissa Hall, Ed.D., and Justin Kreuter, M.D.
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: Allied, Basic Science, GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway: What's in a Name?

1-10 minutes | Education Leadership, Feedback and Supervision, Mentorship, Teaching

Dr. Lujan shares the importance of referring to learners by their preferred name – and pronouncing their name correctly. Doing so, helps our learners feel valued and included because names are rooted in our language, culture, and identity.


  • By: Luis Lujan, PhD., MS
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: Allied, Basic Science, GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway:Patient Bias Encounter - How to Support the Learner

1-10 minutes | Feedback and Supervision, Teaching

Drs. Bhagra and Rizvi share tips on five things you can do, as an educator, to support the learner and maintain a positive learning environment when a patient displays bias comments or behaviors


  • By: Anjali Bhagra, M.D., and Syed Rizvi, M.D.
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: GME, UME

Take 5 Takeaway:Telling the Patient's Story

1-10 minutes | Feedback and Supervision, Teaching

This infographic was created to share principles of good storytelling for clinical case presentations.


  • By: Paul Scanlon, MD
  • Format: Quick Reference
  • Relevant for: Allied, Basic Science, GME, UME

Take 5: Apply to the Academy of Educational Excellence

1-10 minutes | Curriculum and Assessment, Education Leadership, Education Research and Scholarship, Feedback and Supervision, Interprofessional Education, Teaching

Watch this helpful video to understand the criteria of the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science Academy of Educational Excellence.


  • By: Lotte Dyrbye, M.D., M.P.H.E.
  • Format: Video
  • Relevant for: Allied, Basic Science, GME, UME