Includes a variety of approaches that address the challenges of clinical teaching and can be used to improve teaching methods within the clinical setting.
The purpose of the Academy is to promote, support and recognize excellence in teaching in the continuum of medical education. There are three levels of membership in the Academy: Masters, Fellows and Scholars.
This section includes a wide variety of online learning resources to promote faculty development, all of which offer Continuing Medical Education credit and are easily accessible. These resources are organized into core themes and broken into subjects that comprise each theme, making it easy to locate each resource.
Highlights the ways in which competency is assessed by exploring current methods that are commonly implemented for measuring competency.
Developed by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) to evaluate graduate medical education programs and ensure that their learning environments meet the standards that they have created.
According to IHI, the Triple Aim ultimately refers to three essential components that should simultaneously be achieved in order to create the foundation of a very successful system of health care.
Strategies for Teaching Residents who Struggle with Time Management by Carly McAteer, MD Skill with time management and organization is essential for residents who are typically burdened with a large number of patient care, educational, and administrative tasks.