Grand Rounds

Thursday, October 5, 2023 

"Beliefs and How It Affects the Way We Provide Feedback & Mindset"


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AMT Grand Rounds October 2023 Flier

By the end of the session, participants will: 

  • Reflect on personal beliefs about providing feedback.
  • Use elements discussed to provide meaningful feedback.
  • Explain the importance of identifying and modifying learners' mindset during feedback sessions.

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Guest Speaker

Peggy Hsieh Huang, MEd, PhD
Associate Professor
Assistant Dean of Educator Development
Office of Educational Programs
UTHealth McGovern Medical School

Dr. Huang received her doctorate degree in Educational Psychology, with an emphasis in learning, cognition and teaching. She has worked in medical education for over 14 years and has been teaching for over 20 years. Dr. Huang's passion and responsibilities at McGovern Medical School is to provide residents and faculty consultation on teaching effectiveness and educational research. Since joining the school in 2009, she has created more than 35 educational development workshops to support faculty and resident teaching and student learning. I 've presented more than 25 workshops at national, regional, and local conferences and have been invited to speak at international conferences. In 2016, she developed the Physician Educators Certificate Program (PECP) for residents and fellows to enhance their teaching skills and to support their academic career aspirations. To date, over 300 residents and fellows have completed the program. Dr. Huang's enjoy working with educators to find the most optimal teaching method for learners and to explore innovative ways to teach.