Faculty Teaching Development
Welcome to the new on-line home for all of us with a commitment and passion for medical education.
Medicine is taught in diverse settings (classroom, simulation center, clinic, ICU, and procedure suite to name a few) to a diverse set of learners (students, residents, fellows, and colleagues) with different abilities and life experiences. As teachers our task is to reach each of them at a different place in their education to help them become the best physician they can be. It is through this role that we impact the care of every patient our trainees will ever see or the interaction with every colleague our trainees will ever have – be it in a clinic, an operating room, a research lab, or anywhere else their path leads.
In the same manner in which we work to stay current in our respective fields, we should strive to improve our teaching methods. On this site we will connect to local events and on-line resources to create a community of engaged faculty focusing on our continued development as excellent educators.
Suggest a Topic/Speaker
We welcome topic or speaker suggestions for future sessions of Medical Education Grand Rounds.
If you have a topic or speaker suggestion, please e-mail Alison Silvas.
To provide feedback or to contact us for any other purpose, please e-mail Alison Silvas or call the UC San Diego CME office at (858) 822-4773.
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|Faculty Development Day • September 6-7. 2019|
The UC San Diego Medical and Pharmacy School faculty is comprised of a diverse group of educators including bench science researchers and clinicians. Developing and enriching our teaching skills is necessary to remain effective educators. The UC San Diego Faculty Development Day (FDD) will provide faculty the opportunity to advance their teaching methods in order to provide an enhanced educational experience for learners.
In additional to the plenary sessions focused on best practices and innovative approaches to education, attendees will have the option to participate in up to four workshops focused on a different aspect of medical education. The workshops will be small-group interactive sessions where attendees will engage in skill development.
Health professions educators at UC San Diego engaged in teaching students and residents.
Upon the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
T. Denny Sanford Medical Education and Telemedicine Center - Auditorium
Please select the below activity for complete details and resources. You will be transfered to the UC San Diego Pulse website. AD credentials will be required for login.
Friday, June 28, 2019
Optimizing Skill Acquisition: Lessons for Trainers and Trainees