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NEW FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: Materials

REMINDER: Please remember to continue working on your didactic project! Above is the attachment for the project instructions, and below is a description. 

Description of Longitudinal Project

  1. Identify a curricular need at your program that can be met through a didactic session for residents or faculty.

  2. Develop a didactic session that fills this need. Using the tools in this packet, develop:

    • Learning objectives;

    • Educational strategies that will allow your learners to meet these learning objectives;

    • An evaluation or assessment to assess whether your learners achieved the stated objective and/or receive feedback on your teaching strategies.

  3. You can use all of the tools in this packet to help you think through your session, but we ask that you complete the Lesson Plan Template (by writing learning objectives and an outline of your session) and bring it with you to the final session.

  4. Evaluate and/or assess the session and consider making changes based on feedback for future use.

  5. Share your project at the final session in a brief, five-minute presentation. Your presentation could be an Ignite-style presentation or a video that shows what you did and learned.

If you have any questions, please bring them to Session 2 or Session 3, or email Mannat Singh at mannat.singh@cofmr.org. 

September 24, 2018

Welcome, Introductions and Icebreaker

Mannat Singh, MPA, Director of GME, CAFMR

Icebreaker: Advocacy

September 24, 2018

Planning a Didactic Session

Amelia Challender, MA, Associate Program Director of Education University of Colorado FMR

Use basic principles of competency-based education to plan a didactic learning session.

Materials

September 24, 2018

If I Only Had a Brain… Rules: Teaching by the Brain Rules

Amelia Challender, MA, Associate Program Director of Education University of Colorado FMR; Corey Lyon, DO, Associate Program Director, University Family Medicine Residency

  • Apply neuroscience research to medical education

  • Describe a variety of active learning methods

  • Teach content using active learning methods

Materials

Templates

September 24, 2018

Organizations and Resources for Family Medicine Residency Faculty within Colorado and the US

Mannat Singh, MPA, Director of GME, CAFMR

Identify state and national organizations that can serve as resources for Colorado Family Medicine residency faculty.

Materials

September 24, 2018

Introduction to Longitudinal Curriculum Development Project & Intro to Precepting Workshop

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  • Describe the New Faculty Development Program’s learning goals;

  • Begin to develop a curriculum or lesson plan as part of a longitudinal project.

  • Prepare for precepting workshop

Materials

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September 24, 2018

Homework and Prereading

To be completed before Session 3 on Monday April 15th, 2019

Homework

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September 24, 2018

Homework and Prereading

To be completed before Session 2 on Monday January 28th, 2019

Below you will find two materials you will need to prep for the Session 2 of the New Faculty Development Program! The first is a Project and Tools template for your longitudinal project as described in the first session, and the second is a set of precepting articles to help you prepare for the Precepting Workshop. 

A message from Elin Kondrad and Jon Burdick about your Precepting Workshop Homework:

 

We are looking forward to leading a precepting workshop with you at the January session of the CAFMR New Faculty Development Program!  We would like everyone to have the opportunity to get feedback on their real-life precepting skills and ask that you video 2 or 3 clinic precepting encounters (on your phone will probably be easiest way to do this) that you would be willing to review in a small group at the session.  Please make sure that the sound quality is adequate to hear what is going on; having both you and the resident or medical student on the screen is ideal but less important.   Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
 
Best, 
Elin Kondrad and Jon Burdick
St. Joseph Family Medicine Residency 

 

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