Please join the Department of Medical Education for the next in the series of "Extraordinary Learning and Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting." This week's faculty development workshop is titled “Coaching for Performance Improvement” and is presented by LuAnn Wilkerson, EdD, Associate Dean for Evaluation and Faculty Development, Dell Medical School.
Open to all Dell Med faculty, the workshop meets every Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. with the goal of exploring strategies for teaching in the outpatient setting through peer-to-peer discussion stimulated by personal experience, case studies, simulations, videos and evidence from the medical education literature. Unless medical students are specifically named in the workshop title, the sessions are relevant to both medical student and resident education. Participation may be counted towards a Dell Med School Certificate in Clinical Education. The certificate requires 24 hours of faculty development.
A light dinner is provided. To ensure an accurate dinner count, kindly RSVP to Briana Huntsberger.
February 27: We take a break from the "Extraordinary Learning and Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting" workshop series to participate in school wide "Value-Based Care Grand Rounds: Five Ideas From Outside Health Care & How They Fit Together" featuring Tom Lee, Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard Medical School
March 6: “Purposefully Modeling the Values and Benefits of Person-Centered Care”
Beth Nelson, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education, Dell Medical School
LuAnn Wilkerson, EdD, Associate Dean for Evaluation and Faculty Development, Dell Medical School