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UBC FACULTY OF MEDICINE

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

2013 | 2014 CALENDAR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT

CORE CURRICULUM EDUCATIONAL PRIMER FOR CLINICIANS MODULE A: Time Saving Tips for Ambulatory Teachers n Identify the roles and

characteristics of effective clinical teachers

n Discuss how learners learn

in the clinical setting – the learning cycle

n Discuss strategies to

prepare your office, staff and patients for a learner

n Obtain an educational

MODULE B: Teaching with Patients–The Art of Questioning n Define clinical reasoning n Identify the steps

involved in diagnostic and therapeutic reasoning

n Discuss how the skill of

questioning can facilitate clinical reasoning

n Apply the “one minute

preceptor” as a teaching technique

history from a learner

n Develop an education plan

for a learner

n Introduce “task oriented

teaching” – the key to time management

MODULE C: Feedback and Assessment

MODULE D: Diagnosing a Learner with Performance Difficulties

n Discuss the role of

n Identify the learner with

n Identify the characteristics

n Apply a framework for

feedback in teaching and learning and purposes of feedback versus assessment

n Discuss the barriers to

clinical performance deficiencies

diagnosing poor clinical performance

n Engage with a learner

whose performance needs improvement in an effective feedback discussion

providing feedback and assessing learners

n Apply the OPEN model for

delivering feedback

n Identify specific

n Review the strengths and

weaknesses of current assessment tools that are used to assess ward performance

EDUCATIONAL PRIMER FOR CLINICIANS: TRAIN THE TRAINER WORKSHOP Purpose of the session: To recruit facilitators for the “ABC Educational Primer” series and also support clinical teachers to enhance their own faculty development initiatives at their teaching sites. After completion of the course, participants will have the opportunity to facilitate the ABC Primer at their home sites or for the Office of Faculty Development (Clinical teachers will be reimbursed for teaching workshops hosted by the Office of Faculty Development).

Learning Objectives: After completion of the session, participants will be able to: • Identify teaching strategies of the ABC Educational Primer series to deliver successful workshops • Recognize methods of adapting the content for different delivery methods and formats • Identify barriers to delivering a faculty development course and practical strategies to overcome these barriers

educational strategies for improving the performance of the learner in difficulty (poor clinical reasoning, poor knowledge base, poor clinical skills)


UBC FACULTY OF MEDICINE

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

MEDICAL EDUCATION DAY FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND WEBBER LECTURE IN MEDICAL EDUCATION

This annual event is an opportunity for faculty developers and medical educators in all programs to: • Meet face-to-face • Discuss our interests, ideas and the work we are doing or would love to do • Reflect on and listen to lively discussions on hot topics in medical education • Celebrate together

CLINICAL TEACHING ON THE RUN SERIES SESSION 1: Inspiration or Information: What Do Our Clinical Learners Really Need?

SESSION 4: Helping Learners Think! Therapeutic Reasoning

SESSION 2: Practical Time Saving Teaching Strategies for the Busy Clinician!

SESSION 5: Do You Know What Your Learners Are Doing?

SESSION 3: Helping Learners Think! Diagnostic Reasoning

SESSION 6: Is Your Feedback Helping?

PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING (PBL) GENERAL SKILLS TUTOR TRAINING WORKSHOP This workshop reviews: • The structure of a PBL tutorial • The role of the tutor in a PBL tutorial • The different goals of each tutorial • Introduces basic facilitation skills Participants will have the opportunity to observe and participate as a tutor in a PBL tutorial. Come and learn the skills to start your first tutorial off right. Required for new tutors!

REGISTRATION INFORMATION To register online for a faculty development event: 1. Find your event on www.rsvp.facdev.med.ubc.ca
 2. Click “register now” and you will be directed to a new site shared with our partner office of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) 3. Log in if you have an account, or create one. You will have to do this once only
 4. Receive email confirmation and add to your calendar. Claim your CME credits * Online registration closes one week prior to events. If you would like to register after the cutoff, please contact our office by phone 604-875-4396 or email fac.dev@ubc.ca. CME credits: Sessions are eligible for MoC Section 1 and Mainpro-M1 study credits. See our registration website for details.

Register early! We recommend you register early to secure your spot as space is limited. Cost: These programs are free to all UBC academic and clinical faculty, residents and graduate students in the Faculties of Medicine, Dentistry and the Schools of Rehabilitation Sciences and Audiology & Speech Sciences.


WORKSHOPS Dates, Times and Venue

Code

Workshop / Event

Tue Aug 20 & Thu Aug 22, 2013 08:00–12:00 both days UBC: Life Sciences Centre 1312 (Curriculum Management Room)

FD 1101

Problem-Based Learning General Skills Tutor Training Dr. Barry Mason For new PBL tutors ONLY. To become a tutor, contact Case-Based Learning Manager Roxanna Smallwood roxanna.smallwood@ubc.ca

Tue Sept 24 & Thu Sept 26, 2013 08:00–12:00 both days UBC: Life Sciences Centre 1312 (Curriculum Management Room)

FD 1102

Problem-Based Learning General Skills Tutor Training Dr. Barry Mason For new PBL tutors ONLY. To become a tutor, contact Case-Based Learning Manager Roxanna Smallwood roxanna.smallwood@ubc.ca

Thu Oct 3, 2013  09:00–12:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1103A

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module A: Time Saving Tips for Ambulatory Teachers Dr. Richard Cohen

Thu Oct 3, 2013 13:00–16:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1103B

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module B: Teaching with Patients–The Art of Questioning Dr. Richard Cohen

Fri Oct 4, 2013  09:00–12:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1103C

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module C: Feedback and Assessment Dr. Nancy Austin

Fri Nov 1, 2013  11:45–12:45 (complimentary lunch at 11:30) VGH: Paetzold Multipurpose Room

FD 1104

Clinical Teaching on the Run Series: Do You Know What Your Learners Are Doing? Dr. Leslie Sadownik

Thu Nov 7, 2013  09:00–12:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1103D

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module D: Diagnosing a Learner with Performance Difficulties Dr. Nancy Austin Educational Primer for Clinicians: Train the Trainer session Dr. Leslie Sadownik

Thu Nov 21, 2013 09:00–16:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1105

Tue Nov 26 & Thu Nov 28, 2013 08:00–12:00 both days UBC: Life Sciences Centre 1312 (Curriculum Management Room)

FD 1106

Problem-Based Learning General Skills Tutor Training Dr. Barry Mason For new PBL tutors ONLY. To become a tutor, contact Case-Based Learning Manager Roxanna Smallwood roxanna.smallwood@ubc.ca

Tue Jan 21 & Thu Jan 23, 2014 08:00–12:00 both days UBC: Life Sciences Centre 1312 (Curriculum Management Room)

FD 1107

Problem-Based Learning General Skills Tutor Training Dr. Barry Mason For new PBL tutors ONLY. To become a tutor, contact Case-Based Learning Manager Roxanna Smallwood roxanna.smallwood@ubc.ca

Fri Feb 21, 2014  11:45–12:45 (complimentary lunch at 11:30) VGH: Paetzold Multipurpose Room

FD 1108

Clinical Teaching on the Run Series: Is Your Feedback Helping? Dr. Leslie Sadownik

Thu Mar 6, 2014  09:00–12:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1109A

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module A: Time Saving Tips for Ambulatory Teachers Dr. Jeanne MacLeod

Thu Mar 6, 2014  13:00–16:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1109B

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module B: Teaching with Patients–The Art of Questioning Dr. Nancy Austin

Fri Mar 7, 2014  09:00–12:00 VGH: DHCC 5213

FD 1109C

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module C: Feedback and Assessment Dr. Janet Kushner Kow

Thu Apr 3, 2014  09:00–12:00 VGH: DHCC 4115

FD 1109D

Educational Primer for Clinicians Series: Module D: Diagnosing a Learner with Performance Difficulties Dr. Richard Cohen

Thu Apr 24, 2014  09:00–16:00 VGH: DHCC 5213

FD 1110

Educational Primer for Clinicians: Train the Trainer session Dr. Leslie Sadownik

Thu May 22, 2014 08:00–16:00 University Golf Club

FD 1111A

2014 Medical Education Day for Health Professionals

Thu May 22, 2014 12:00–14:00 University Golf Club

FD 1111B

The 10th (2014) William Webber Memorial Lecture in Medical Education

Registration is required for all events (continued on next page).


DISTRIBUTED SITES ISLAND MEDICAL PROGRAM, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UBC AND UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

NORTHERN MEDICAL PROGRAM, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UBC AND UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN BC

SOUTHERN MEDICAL PROGRAM, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UBC - OKANAGAN

VANCOUVER FRASER MEDICAL PROGRAM, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UBC

Dr. Kiran Veerapen, Regional Faculty Development Director

Dr. Geoff Payne (interim), Assistant Dean, Education & Research

Dr. Mike Purdon, Regional Faculty Development Director

Dr. Linlea Armstrong, Regional Faculty Development Director

) 250-472-5526

) 250-960-5104

) 250-980-1343

) 604-875-4396

* kkv@uvic.ca

* geoff.payne@unbc.ca

*  michael.purdon@

* llarmstrong@cw.bc.ca

: http://imp.uvic.

: www.unbc.ca/northern-

ca/faculty/facultydevelopment/index.php

medical-program/teachingresources

interiorhealth.ca

: http://smp.med.

ubc.ca/clinicalfaculty/ facultydevelopment.html

ISLAND MEDICAL PROGRAM UPCOMING WORKSHOPS Dates, Times and Venue

Workshop / Event

Thurs Oct 17, 2013 18:00–22:00 University Club, UVic

An Interprofessional Faculty Development Event and Dinner: Simulation as a Teaching Tool on Vancouver Island Dr. Oscar Casiro, Dr. Kiran Veerapen, Dr. Brian Farrell, Maureen Ryan & others

Tue Dec 3, 2013 18:05–20:30 Lecture Theatre 150

Core Module Dr. Kiran Veerapen

Sat Nov 9, 2013 8:30–17:30 University Club, UVic

Medical Education Day – Feedback and Assessment Various speakers

Tue Mar 25, 2014 18:05–20:30 Lecture Theatre 150

Core Module Dr. Kiran Veerapen

Autumn 2013 and Spring 2014 Mondays MSB 210, UVic

Weekly Lunch Sessions Details to follow

Spring 2014 Post Grad – Academic Half Days Royal Jubilee Hospital, room TBA

Residents as Teachers Details to follow

Top 10 services by our office: 1. Provides educational support for all educators across the Faculty (e.g. faculty members, instructors, residents)

5. Recruits and supports faculty developers across the Faculty (i.e., train-the-trainers programs)

2. Develops teaching knowledge and capacity across Undergrad, Postgrad, and CPD

6. Maintains a comprehensive faculty development library and resources

3. Networks with faculty developers and educators across the regional sites (Island, Northern, Southern, and Vancouver-Fraser Medical Programs) 4. Collaborates with educational leaders (e.g. course directors, program directors, site directors, etc.) to create innovative faculty development programs

7. Supports the development and dissemination of innovative teaching methodologies 8. Supports scholarship in teaching and learning across the Faculty 9. Addresses the Faculty’s strategic needs in developing and supporting quality teaching 10. Liaises with key stakeholders across the Faculty to provide synergistic faculty development activities

More teaching resources and information on our program and services at www.facdev.med.ubc.ca Office of

Faculty Development & Educational Support Gordon & Leslie Diamond Health Care Centre – 11th Floor 2775 Laurel Street, Vancouver, BC CANADA V5Z 1M9

) 604-875-4396 * fac.dev@ubc.ca

7 604-875-5611 (Attn: Faculty Development) : www.facdev.med.ubc.ca

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