What Masterchef can teach medical educators about feedback

Interesting stuff.

Fitz' blog - Medicine et al.

It may not be the coolest thing on TV, but I absolutely love Masterchef: The Professionals. I enjoy everything about the show: the dramatic music whilst they cook, the ambitious recipes and daring combinations, the insight into the professional kitchens, even Greg Wallace’s irritating banter and his use of the word “Phwoar!!” I find rather endearing. But for me, the highlight of the excellent series of ‘Masterchef: The Professionals’, which ended last week, is Michel Roux, Jr.

Michel Roux Jr

Michel Roux, Jr, the two Michelin star chef of Le Gavroche, is fantastic to watch in the kitchen. As he prepares his classic dishes for one of the competition’s tests it is clear that his knowledge and skills are second to none. The producers of the show try to make Michel Roux, Jr into the nasty judge so beloved of competition and reality shows, but they fail to make him into the Simon…

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