Office of Medical Education Faculty Development Events
BUSM+ Medical Education Badge Program
The Office of Medical Education invites health care providers who also teach to register starting in August for the October Teaching and Learning course that includes 10 online, asynchronous sessions. You can take single sessions or multiple sessions to earn badge levels delivered to your social networking site, cv, eportfolio, and signature line. CME credit is available for physicians. Do you have your badge yet?
Office of Medical Education Journal Club (OME JC)
All faculty and staff are invited to join Dr. John Wiecha and Dr. Gail March in informal and lively conversations about current topics in medical education by reviewing selected journal articles. The OME JC meets at noon on specific dates. CME credit is available. Contact Gail March to receive the electronic links for the articles before the club meeting times.
Community of Practice in Faculty Development (CoP-FD)
For all those interested in faculty development on BUMC, this is the opportunity to meet and share your innovative ideas. CoP-FD meetings take place every 3 months at noon and include presentations, lots of thought-provoking exchanges and a light lunch. Contact Gail March to receive the meeting topics, dates, and room assignments.
John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day Preparation
Each Spring, the faculty, staff, and students gather to talk about medical education for one day of presentations, workshops, posters, and exhibitors.Start now to prepare your presentations, workshops, or posters for the John McCahan Medical Campus Day in the Spring by contacting Gail March to receive templates and best practices suggestions.Check out this year’s event.
Workplace Faculty Development
Contact Gail March or call (617)414-7440 for more information about scheduling or customizing a presentation for your department or clinical site based on your instructional needs. An sample list of topics that are available:
- Designing a Course for the BUSM Curriculum
- Planning Instruction for Today’s Medical Student
- An Easy Way to Write Learning Objectives
- Organizing a Syllabus and Blackboard Site
- An Interactive Lecture
- Teaching with TurningPoint Audience Response System
- Facilitating Small Groups of Students
- Best Practices for Using PowerPoint
- Assessing Student Professionalism
- Writing Multiple-Choice-Question Test items
- Designing and Developing Medical Education Research
- Giving Effective Student Feedback