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Teaching Interests and Activities

Faculty Development

  • Adult Learning
  • Preparation for Promotion and Tenure
  • Stress Management
  • Improving Clinical Performance Appraisals
  • Diagnosing and Treating the Failing Student
  • Learner Assessment and Diagnosis
  • Curricular Development and Implementation
  • Instructional Design
  • Technology-Assisted Instruction
  • Educational Technology
  • Human Factors
  • Individual Differences
  • Academic Leadership
  • Interests-based Negotiation
  • Collaborative Problem Solving

Student Teaching

  • Clinical Psychiatry
  • Problem Based Learning
  • Clinical Reasoning
  • Patient Safety
  • Documentary Filmmaking entitled, "Patient Stories."
  • An Elective on Doctor/Patient Interaction.
  • An Elective on Students as Teacher

Research Design & Statistical Support

  • Research Design and Methodology (Quantitative & Qualitative)

Journal Club

The Department of Medical Education's Journal Club provides people with an interest in Medical Education an opportunity to meet and discuss journal articles of importance to the field of Medical Education. Each month, generally the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 am in the Lincoln Conference Room, a member of the Dept. of Medical Education or the Dept. of Education and Curriculum will select an article for presentation. Members of the journal club not only include faculty, but those in adjunction and cross assignments are also included. The meetings are not limited to members, anyone interested may participate. The presenter will give an overview of the article, and then the rest of the meeting will focus on discussion of the article. Members discuss such things as weaknesses and strengths, implementations for the practice of Medical Education and extensions of the ideas.