Workshops and Seminars
Faculty and residents are invited to these workshops showcasing speakers from around the country who bring fresh ideas and thought-provoking insight to teaching sciences. View videos of previous speakers and information on up-coming events are available online.
For more information, or to contribute suggestions for future sessions, contact Eileen CichoskiKelly, Ph.D., in the UVM Office of Medical Education.
The Webinar Series focuses on exchanging vital information on timely topics in medical education and consists of five different weekly discussions.
The Clinical Simulation Laboratory holds a series of simulation workshops open to all faculty members of the College of Medicine, College of Nursing and Health Sciences and The University of Vermont Medical Center. For more information about scheduling training, visit the Clinical Simulation Laboratory web site.
These modules are mini-courses designed to assist faculty, clinicians and residents in the College of Medicine in upgrading their personal skills and garnering fresh ideas in teaching our students. Each mini-course is a self-paced learning experience with agendas and objectives for easy reference. Your successful participation in this program can also provide you with CME credit hours for your professional portfolio.
Please contact Eileen CichoskiKelly at the Office of Medical Student Education with questions or to make suggestions for future modules.
Mud Season Development Day
Since 1998, the College of Medicine Office of Medical Student Education has presented a yearly faculty development program focusing on current issues in education. During the one recent retreat, participants had the opportunity to attend workshops in the newly opened Simulation Laboratory, and learned more on such topics as "Simulation in Patient Safety", "Learning & Assessment Using Standardized Patients", and "Essentials of Simulation-Based Education".
For more information contact the Medical Student Education at 802-656-0722.
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