In preparation for the “day back” seminar at the AHEC campus, each student should reflect on the strength of available guidelines and review the Flip recording video.
In reviewing the guidelines, the guideline template provides a helpful structure. Also using high value resources will make preparation easier. We recommend first reviewing the FM text book, perhaps reading what UpToDate has to say. The AAFP topics and Guidelines.gov are also extremely helpful.
In reviewing the video, students should reflect on what sections will be most helpful to their peers. (go to Overview of CARE assignment for more details on how video fits into assignment and also to get consent form for patients to sign) Segments in general should be limited to 4-5 minutes and can demonstrate things that went well or things that did not go well. Some of the best learning comes from things that did not go well!. Students should not spend excess amounts of time editing video. If editing does not work easily students should simply remember time marks for beginning and end of segments.
The day back will use your preparation to enhance your understanding of available guidelines, help you prioritize recommendations in patients with multiple chronic conditions, and improve your motivational interviewing skills. It will also help be better prepared to complete the CARE consultation note.