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Educational Certificate Series

Creating Endurable Change: How to Develop Medical Education Curricula

Come with projects and ideas in hand to this interactive workshop where expert facilitators will help you use Kern’s six-step approach to develop your medical education curriculum. Facilitators: H. Barrett Fromme, MD, MHPE, University of Chicago Nicole Paradise Black, MD, MEd, University of Florida Erik W.

Bedside Teaching Techniques

This presentation will begin with a philosophical overview of how to understand medical education and why bedside teaching is in fact, an ideal place to teach.  We will then consider different settings, including clinic, hospital and OR.  We will allow time for questions and suggestions from the participants. Presented…

Assessment in the Clinical Setting

This session will focus on reviewing best practices for providing feedback in the clinical setting for medical students and residents. Register at the HSC Training website.

Engaging Learners to the Max with Team-Based Learning

Team-Based Learning (TBL) is a special form of collaborative learning that engages students with course content via problem-solving and decision-making using a speci­fic sequence of individual work, group work and immediate feedback.  TBL creates a motivational framework in which students increasingly hold each other accountable for coming to class…

The Hidden Curriculum: Behavioral Learning

The hidden curriculum refers to cultural mores that are transmitted, but not openly acknowledged, through formal and informal educational endeavors. It is a powerful force that can shape learners in positive as well as negative ways.  The goal of the session is to help faculty understand the phenomenon of…

Interprofessional Education: It’s Here

Amy Blue, Ph.D., will discuss the current emphasis on interprofessional education (IPE) in health professions education, recognize UF’s role nationally in IPE, and describe possible delivery methods for IPE. Register at the HSC Training site.

TBL 101: An Exciting & Interactive Alternative to Lecture-based Teaching

This workshop is the single best introduction to team-based learning (TBL).  It will be conducted in the TBL format, so participants will be expected to prepare ahead by reading a pre-workshop assignment, take a readiness assurance test during the session, and engage actively with their assigned team members.  The…

Faculty as Teachers, September 18, 2013

The Faculty as Teachers (FasT) program provides an introduction to key educational elements. The first step is learning how to write effective learning objectives – participants are given tools to practice writing learning objectives across the domains of knowledge, skills and attitudes. The next step is, based on their…

Searching and Evaluating the Medical Literature

This seminar will provide introductory skills and tools to enable participants to more effectively and efficiently engage in searching and evaluating literature related to topics in medical education. Class objectives: Participants will learn multiple methods for access literature from off campus. Participants will be introduced to criteria for selecting…