December 6, 2010
Wilkins Board Room
Present: Emelia Benjamin, Renee Boynton-Jarrett, Peter Cahn (recorder), Greg Grillone, Ariel Hirsch, Michael Ieong, Celeste Kong, Sharon Levine, Francine Montemurro, Stephanie Oberhaus, Victoria Parker, Marianne Prout, Barbara Schreiber
I. Finalize curriculum, assignments, and readings
- Avoid conflicts with vacation time
- Include a topic on the IRB?
- Disciplinary specific topics like promotions and finding funding should have representatives from all three schools
- Add links to the presenters’ bios
- Clarify the locations of the sessions
- Reword learning objectives
- Make the session on supervision and evaluation more focused on giving feedback to students and trainees
- A brief paper evaluation should occur at the end of each session. Four times during the year, participants will compete summative evaluations on-line.
- Provide a packet of the completed curriculum to the Dean for LCME review
- To help speakers tailor their presentations, we will provide them with
- List of mentees and their projects
- List of topics addressed
- One or two questions submitted in advance by mentees
II. Structure the first session
- Separate the discussion of ground rules from discussion of aligning expectations with mentors. Allow 10-15 minutes for each with the ground rules coming before the discussion of the reading.
- Provide name tags, snacks, and coffee.
- Francine Montemurro and Mark Braun will offer guidelines for learning communities.
III. Research update: assign reviewers for CV analysis
- Two members of the task force will review each CV in the pool of research subjects.
- They will review CVs from faculty of a similar phenotype with the right to recuse themselves.
- Add a N/A option to the subjective measures and make more legible.
- In the next meeting, we will rehearse a CV analysis