Lifelong learning begins on day one of medical school with curiosity and a need to know and continues at least through retirement with curiosity and a desire to improve care delivery. During one’s professional medical career scientific discovery, health care policy and societal needs markedly evolve such that a physician must stay on his/her toes. Dr. Maureen Novak will lead an interactive session on how to make lifelong learning a part of daily practice.
- Understand the importance of lifelong learning to professional development and satisfaction
- Develop skills that support lifelong learning
- Increase understanding of the diversity of learning methods and assessment tools
- Understand how teaching at the point of care keeps your edge