The relationship between a clinical student and the technologist who works with the student can be either rewarding or very challenging. Technologists are the experts in the practice of medical radiation technology, and in a facility where a student is assigned for a clinical practicum there is an expectation that the technologist will be able to guide the student to entry level competency. Feedback is an essential requirement to maintaining a professional and effective learning relationship between students and technologists.
This Quick Self Study provides the technologist with information about the importance of feedback when working with students on clinical placements. The application of different types and styles of feedback are discussed. Through case studies and examples, technologists are provided strategies and tools to assist in the feedback process.
This Quick Self Study is available in an interactive online delivery format only.