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Improve your Teaching Skills
June 8, 2016

The Office of Faculty Development is presenting a summer seminar series for health care professionals seeking to improve their teaching skills without sacrificing efficiency in clinical care. The one-hour seminars are designed for busy physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, counselors, and other health care professionals

Mondays from noon to 1 p.m. in Wadlington A

Summer 2016 Schedule

July 11: Applying Educational Theory to Everyday Clinical Teaching  (Reimschisel)

July 18: Setting Expectations and Providing Verbal Feedback (Reimschisel)

July 25: Teaching a Skill (Reimschisel, Fleming)

August 8: Teaching in the Clinical Setting 1: Teaching Techniques for a Busy Clinical Practice (Reimschisel, Fleming)

August 15: Teaching in the Clinical Setting 2: How to Teach Clinical Reasoning  (Reimschisel, Fleming)

August 22: Assessing and Giving Feedback to the Difficult Learner (Gigante, Swan)

August 29: Teaching and Assessing the Quiet Learner (Yared, Tyler)

A similar medical education series was presented for the first time last summer.  The attendance at last year’s series was excellent. There was a great level of interest and participation for those who attended.  The presenters this year look forward to continued faculty involvement and engagement.



 
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