To ensure that future health-care workers are prepared and engaged in their work and roles, the Education portfolio at St. Michael’s Hospital led and embraced a benchmark engagement survey across the TAHSN organizations. The survey, which includes eight standard TAHSN questions, have led to the identification of trends and issues within the system. The survey ensures that the work done at St. Michael’s is driven by data and metrics. This survey is sent electronically to every student at the end of their placement and it supports longitudinal analysis on how to better support and engage future health-care workers.
This initiative and its associated data will guide future directions, both internally with staff and clinicians and externally within the system. St. Michael’s will be leading a qualitative research study in 2016 to further identify:
Positive testimonial on improved quality of teaching at St. Michael’s Hospital
Infographic highlighting information from St. Michael’s Hospital’s Learner Engagement Survey. The survey included students from Medicine, Nursing, and Health Disciplines.