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From the Dean: Reporting back from ‘Learn Serve Lead’

Categories: From the Dean

We just held our debriefing session for those of us who attended the recent Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) annual meeting known as Learn Serve Lead. We joined over 4,500 colleagues from medical schools across the country to compare best practices and discuss common challenges. As promised in a prior column, what follows is […]

Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Corner: 2021 Faculty Development Needs Assessment results

Categories: Education

In July 2021, TLAS sent a school-wide faculty development needs assessment survey to members of the School of Medicine & Health Sciences. This annual survey is designed to guide the development of future faculty development offerings through the TLAS unit of Education Resources and the Office of Education & Faculty Affairs (EFA). TLAS focuses on […]

Faculty Development Needs Assessment: Your feedback is vital

Categories: Education

As we look forward to our next academic year, Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) is conducting its 2021-2022 faculty development needs assessment. The results of the assessment will drive the content and logistics of faculty development programming for the 2021-2022 academic year.   Please complete the 2021 Faculty Development Needs Assessment by July 12, 2021. (The survey should take only about 10 […]

Stacey Benson presents Psychiatry Grand Rounds on violence Jan. 20

Categories: Education

From 12:10 p.m. to 1:10 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, Stacey Benson, Psy.D., LP, will present “Danger to others vs. violence risk assessments vs. threat assessments, similarities, differences and best practices.” Dr. Benson is a licensed clinical psychologist and president and CEO at Benson Psychological Services, P.C. Dr. Benson is also a clinical assistant professor at the […]

TLAS Corner: Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future

Categories: Education

In this edition of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) Corner, Drs. Adrienne Salentiny and Richard Van Eck present an article entitled “Faculty development needs assessment points the way to the future.” As part of our ongoing strategic planning, we conducted our annual faculty development needs assessment to inform plans for the coming year. Thank you to […]

Evidence-Based Teaching: Badging to promote competencies in health care education Feb. 25

Categories: Education

Join us for the next Evidence-Based Teaching Session, “Badging as a Means of Promoting Competencies in Health Care Education,” to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at noon in Room W201 of the SMHS Northeast Campus (and both streamed live and recorded for later viewing). How do we go about teaching and promoting “essential” cognitive, […]

Diagnose the Diagnosis: Automating assessment of diagnostic reasoning Feb. 4

Categories: Education, Events

The Office of Education and Faculty Affairs and Education Resources invite you to attend an interactive faculty development session with (returning!) guest presenter Dr. Jason Waechter: “Diagnose the Diagnosis: Automating the Assessment of Student Diagnostic Reasoning.” Every health care educator knows that diagnostic reasoning is key to providing effective and safe patient care; yet, providing […]

Education Resources curriculum series: Choosing the right learning outcomes

Categories: Education

Thanks to everyone who attended the first Education Resources and the Office of Faculty Affairs curriculum event this week. the team is presenting another Evidence-Based Teaching event in the series in October. In the second workshop in this series, “Generating Measurable, Performance-Based Objectives” (Oct. 22), you’ll learn how to turn your learning outcomes into measurable, performance-based objectives. […]