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Faculty Development Commitment to Excellence in Medical Education Series 2009-2010
This ongoing series of presentations facilitated by local and invited speakers has been made available since 2005. Topics are selected to address local concerns, national trends in medical education as well as to provide practical guidance for teaching and evaluating learners in a variety of settings. The sessions are held monthly during the academic year on the third Thursday of each month and all faculty are invited to attend. Attendance at the sessions has been approved for Continuing Medical Education credit.
A number of these sessions have been recorded and are available electronically (password protected). Click on the link (where available) to launch the presentation.
2009 – 2010
- September 24, 2009
Characteristics of Millennial Learners: Are There Implications for Medical Education?
Presented by Constance J. Shriner, PhD.
This presentation summarizes some of the literature on generational differences, characteristics and preferences, and relates these perspectives on the Millennial learner to potential strategies and challenges for medical education.
Attention: Department of Anesthesiology faculty please download the certificate form. Please complete and submit it to your Department Chair.
- October 15, 2009
Defining Quality Medical Education
Presented by Jeffrey Gold, M.D.
Dr. Gold discussed the results of the 2009 AAMC Graduation Questionnaire as well as the UTMC learning environment.
- November 19, 2009
UT Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Acreditation and the Process of Self Study
Dr. Dorothea Sawicki, Associate Dean, Graduate Studies, and Professor of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, College of Medicine.
Dr.Thomas Sharkey, Associate Professor, Marketing, College of Business
Drs. Sawicki and Sharkey provided an overview of the HLC, the self study process and its importance to our institution, as well as the role of faculty and program directors.
- December 17, 2009
Area Health Education Centers Program: An Important Contributor to Medical Education.
Constance J. Shriner, PhD. Associate Dean, Faculty Development and Curriculum Evaluation, College of Medicine.
Kathy Vasquez, MSEd Associate Vice President Governmental Relations and Director of the University of Toledo and State of Ohio AHEAC Programs
The focus of this month's presentation and discussion are an overview of our AHEC clinical education program. Kathy Vasquez, Director of our UT AHEC program as well as the statewide program, and I will are joined by a panel of four of our AHEC preceptors. The panel consisted of Drs. Masud Hashmi, James McLean, Karen Reiter and Mary Wonderly from our regional AHEC sites.
- January 21, 2010
Revisions in the 3rd and 4th year Curriculum.
Imran Ali, M.D. Professor, Department of Neurology and Associate Dean for Clinical Medical Education, College of Medicine.
The focus of this month's presentation is the planned revisions to our third and fourth year curriculum for 2010-2011 academic year.
- February 18, 2010
Technical Standards and Disability Law.
Jeannine Rajan, MBA Director of the HSC Academic Enrichment Center.
The focus of this month's presentation is the role technical Standards and disability law in the admissions process as well as their implications fro required program and course experiences.
- March 18, 2010
The Art of Debriefing
Edward Bope, MD, Family Medicine Residency Program Director, Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus Ohio and Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Ohio State University.
It is well established that the most important and useful learning experience during medical education is receiving timely feedback. This is especially true about performance in the clinical setting. In their evaluations of the clinical rotations, students and residents frequently identify the lack of feedback as an area of weakness. Debriefing is a well-defined skill that can be effectively applied in the clinical setting during rounds, or at the mid and end point of the rotation. Debriefing is also an essential skill for faculty to develop when teaching individuals and teams in the Simulation Center or other performance based venues.The focus of this month's presentation is to prepare faculty to feel more comfortable with using debriefing as an important teaching method.
- April 15, 2010
Quantifying the Six Educational Competencies. The Experience of the University of Toledo Internal Medicine Residency Program..
Ragheb Assaly, M.D. Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary/Critical care/ Sleep, Program Director Internal Medicine Residency and Director, Medical Intensive Care.
The focus of this month's presentation is to share the outcomes of several innovations of Dr Assaly's residence program. His presentation focus on scholarly work directed toward qualifying residents' medical knowledge, methods used to quantify each ACGME competency and compilation of data to aid in evaluations.
- May 20, 2010
The Criminal Record Check Process for Entering Medical Students
James Kleshinski, MD, Associate Dean for Admissions, College of Medicine.
The focus of this month's presentation is to discussion the history and rationale for the development of the criminal background check, the role of the UTCO Criminal History Review Committee, as well as the process and components involved in a background check for applicants to our medical education program.