Academy Events 2010
"Incorporating EMR (Electronic Medical Records) into Medical School Curriculum" presented by Lauri Lopp, M.D.,department of Family & Community Medicine and Theresa Waters, BSN, RN, departement of Education & Curriculum. November 19, 2010. View video
"Playing Well in the Sandbox." The importance of surgeons paying attention to the "soft stuff" presented by Richard K. Reznick, M.D., MEd, FRCSC, FACS, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences. CEO, Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization. Queen's University. October 21, 2010. View video
"Reflections on Teaching" presented by Gary Dunnington, M.D. Dr. Dunnington was the winner of the Academy's Outstanding Teacher Award for 2010. September 10, 2010.
"Restoring Honesty, Trust and Safety in Healthcare: Educating the Next Generation of Caregivers" presented by David Mayer, Associate Dean for Curriculum, Administration, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago. August 5, 2010. David Mayer's CV. View video
"Enhancing Professionalism: How to Eat an Elephant"presented by J. Kevin Dorsey, M.D., Ph.D. June 8, 2010. View video
"Patient Stories and Patients-as-Teachers: Video Documentary Production and Student Reflection" presented by Tyler Allison, MSIV, Torie Johnson, MSIV, Timothy Koschmann, Ph.D., and Dan Shaprio, Ph.D. May 21, 2010.
"Technology in Medical Education" presented by Mr. Nate Wetter Taylor, MSII, SIU School of Medicine. April 19, 2010. View video
"Healthcare Reform and Policy Advocacy" presented by Jerry Kruse, M.D., Department of Family & Community Medicine. March 9, 2010. View video
SIU School of Medicine's 40th Anniversary: "1st Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning in Both Springfield and Carbondale" was an all day event from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. This all day symposium highlighted contemporary topics in medical education and had 2 key note addresses, multiple workshops, posters and presentations by students, residents and faculty. February 2, 2010 View Brochure
"The Making of Superior Doctors through Deliberate Practice: What Can We Learn from the Training of Chess Master, Elite Athletes, and Musicians?" presented by Anders Ericsson, Conradi Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Florida State University. February 2, 2010