Brown Medical School

Teaching Oral Presentation Skills: STAGE Model

Brown Medical School Macy Trigger Video ImageThe Brown Macy Team produced a series of "trigger tapes" depicting oral case presentations in a range of medical settings, including Ambulatory, Medicine, OB, Pediatrics and Emergency Room.  Produced in DVD format, the trigger tape scenarios provide a rich opportunity for case presentation skills development, and is accompanied by a powerpoint presentation introducing the STAGE mnemonic as a teaching tool. The trigger tapes and accompanying curriculum have been successfully used in educational forums with students, residents, and faculty.  The contents of the DVD can be sampled below, and is available - for shipping charges only - through the STFM Bookstore.  For additional information, contact Brown Macy Team Leader Alicia Monroe, MD.

Trigger Videos
Click on links below right to view sample clips.

 

Oral Presentations
Ambulatory:
3rd Year Student in Ambulatory Setting Presenting to Preceptor
   
Medicine:
3rd Year Student Attending Rounds in Medicine
   
OB Hall:
4th Year OB—SubI signing out to OB resident
   
OB Conference Room:
4th Year OB—SubI signing out to OB resident
   
Pediatrics:
3rd Year Student presenting at Pediatric Attending Rounds
   
 
Interviews    
DVT:
78 year old Man with Abdominal Pain Presenting to ER
   
Chest Pain:
Mr. Smith, 48 year old in ER with Chest Pain
   
- Chest Pain Presentation #1    
- Chest Pain Presentation #2    
Abdominal Pain
40 year-old Mrs. J. in ER with Abdominal Pain
   

Click on link below to access the STAGE Model Powerpoint Presentation:
STAGE Model Powerpoint Presentation

Click on the link to access the STFM bookstore website, where you can order the Brown Macy DVD/CD set: http://www.stfm.org/bookstore/itemDetail.cfm?itemID=674

The trigger tapes were produced by the Brown Macy Mentorship Team, in collaboration with the UMass Macy Mentorship Program in Health Communication Education.  They are being made available for educational purposes only.

Brown Medical
School Contact

Alicia Monroe, MD
alicia_Monroe@Brown.edu