C15 4

C15 4

  • 11 May 2021

C15 (4): PERFORM: The Metacognitive Model to Optimise Performance during Management of Acutely Unwell Patients

Session speaker(s):
Dr Helen Church

Session objectives:

  • Define ‘metacognition’ and understand how it can enhance (clinical) performance.
  • Understand the PhD research project behind the PERFORM model, and how it supported doctors to better manage acutely unwell patients.
  • Apply the PERFORM model to your own medical education teaching/training.

Session summary:
The PERFORM model, developed for a Medical Education PhD, instructs Performance Enhancing Routines application (used in sports to optimise performance) using metacognition. The multi-centre PERFORM study demonstrated self-reported improved management of acutely unwell patients by junior doctors. This session introduces PERFORM, its associated research and how to apply the model.                       

Session hosted by:
University of Nottingham, UK. 

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship 

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Transitions in the medical education pathway

C15 (4): PERFORM: The Metacognitive Model to Optimise Performance during Management of Acutely Unwell Patients

Session speaker(s):
Dr Helen Church

Session objectives:

Session summary:
The PERFORM model, developed for a Medical Education PhD, instructs Performance Enhancing Routines application (used in sports to optimise performance) using metacognition. The multi-centre PERFORM study demonstrated self-reported improved management of acutely unwell patients by junior doctors. This session introduces PERFORM, its associated research and how to apply the model.                       

Session hosted by:
University of Nottingham, UK. 

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship 

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Transitions in the medical education pathway