Dr Gregory Brammer
Dr. Gregory Brammer often trains other medical professionals in the art of emergency care, including consulting services. For a while, doctors were expected to be good teachers without being able to benefit from a specific training. Today, having effective teaching skills is pretty much a requirement towards most medical professionals, an aspect that is beneficial to the system as a whole. Formal training is something that cannot be left out of the equation, but in addition to, there are other, almost equally important qualities that are very much required to become a top notch medical educator.
Always Provide Feedback
Students need confirmation and acknowledge in order to have the capability of offering their best. Feedback therefore, is very much imperative, and it should not be a one-way street either. Students should be able to provide feedback regarding both the course material and their educator.
Taking Advantage of Modern Technology
There are quite possibly no other fields that can benefit from modern technology as much as medical education can. A good educator is not afraid to use it and take advantage of it, even if it means giving more freedom to his or her students. The process is not about making it easier, or at least not in a way that could diminish the efforts of the tutor. It is simply about allowing the students to learn in a more quickly and efficient way.
Dr. Gregory Brammer is an experienced tutor who is not afraid of following the trends, certainly not when they can make the end result better.