Faculty Development: Educational Skills
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Faculty Development: Educational Skills
- ACEP Teaching Fellowship: Learn the skills to be an effective clinical teacher, design efficient curriculum, and learn the ropes
of academic medicine in this 1 year course which meets for two 1 week sessions.
- ACEP/EMF EMBRS Workshop: This course is designed to help the physician with an interest in emergency medicine research
get started. The course is 11 days long, which takes place over 2 sessions.
- CORD Academic Assembly - Navigating the Academic Waters- 3 day meeting with concurrent sessions dedicated to teaching,
administration and research.
- Webinar on Risk Management
: Video presentation of Dr. Greg Henry and Dr. Gillian Schmitz discussing the top ten
- Risk Management Outline and Resources for Educators: A resource document developed by ACEP’s Academic
1. Miller D, Crandall C, Washington C, McLaughlin S. Improving Teamwork and Communication in Trauma
Care Through In Situ Simulations. Acad Emer Med 2012: 5: 608-612
2. Wang EE, Vozenilek JA. Addressing the systems-based practice core competency: a simulation-based curricula.
Acad Emer Med 2005;12:1191-4.
3. McLaughlin SA, Dozema D, Sklar DP. Human simulation in emergency medicine training: a model curriculum.
Acad Emer Med 2002;9:1310-8.
Bedside teaching: Courses & seminars
- ACEP Teaching Fellowship:
- CORD Academic Assembly - Navigating the Academic Waters - Council of Residency Directors hosts its
annual 3 day meeting with concurrent sessions dedicated to teaching, administration and research.
Bedside teaching: individual lectures from courses
- ACEP Scientific Assembly: Every Physician is a Teacher: Bedside Teaching in the Emergency Department
Bedside Teaching: Web based resources :
- Univ of Kansas School of Medicine: Strategies in Clinical Teaching
- UMDNJ Center for Teaching Excellence
Bedside Teaching: Suggested readings
- Williams KN, Ramani S, Fraser B, Orlander JD. Improving bedside teaching: findings from a focus group study of learners.
Acad Med. 2008 Mar;83(3):257-64.
- Kelly SP, Shapiro N, Woodruff M, Corrigan K, Sanchez LD, Wolfe RE. The effects of clinical workload on teaching in the
emergency department. Acad Emerg Med. 2007 Jun;14(6):526-31
- Aldeen AZ, Gisondi MA. Bedside teaching in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med. 2006 Aug;13(8):860-6
- Cydulka RK, Emerman CL, Jouriles NJ. Evaluation of resident performance and intensive bedside teaching during direct
observation. Acad Emerg Med.
- John Spencer. ABC of learning and teaching in medicine: Learning and teaching in the clinical environment
Mar 2003; 326: 591 – 5
- LaCombe MA. Ann Intern Med. 1997 Feb 1;126(3):217-20.
ACEP Teaching Fellowship : In this course you will learn the tips to giving a great lecture, and will have opportunities
to give and receive feedback on lecturing.
Lecturing: Web based resources
- Effective Lectures
- Amal Mattu, on lecturing like a pro: EMRAP
Evidence-based medicine (EBM)
- ACEP/EMF EMBRS Workshop
- How to Teach Evidence Based Medicine :course through McMaster University in teaching Evidence Based Medicine.
EBM: Web based resources
- Best BETS
- Trip Database
- Centre for Reviews and Dissemination
- Centre for Evidence Based Medicine – Toronto
- Center for Evidence Based Medicine – Oxford
- Evidence Based Emergency Medicine
- Annals of Emergency Medicine Online EBEM Overview
EBM: Suggested readings
1. Guyatt G, Rennie D et. al. "Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice."
Second Edition. McGraw-Hill, 2008.
2. Rowe B, Lang E, et. Al. "Evidence Based Emergency Medicine." BMJ Books, 2009.
3. Straus S, Richardson W, et. al. "Evidence-based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach EBM." Third Edition. Elsevier, 2005.
4. Weingart S and Wyer P. "Emergency Medicine Decision Making: Critical Choices in Chaotic Environments." McGraw-Hill, 2006.
USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION:
Technology: Courses & seminars
- CORD Academic Assembly -Council of Residency Directors hosts its annual 3 day meeting with concurrent sessions
dedicated to teaching, administration and research.
- Emergency Medicine Basic Research Skills Workshop (EMBRS)
Technology: Web based resources
- Telemedicine in EM info paper
- ECU TeleEducation :East Carolina University provides tip on tele-conferencing
- UCHSC TeleEducation: CNATT provides tools to help educators develop websites, and digital storytelling, and webinars
Technology: Suggested readings
1. Friedman CP, Parvati D: Education and Informatics: It's Time to join Forces. JAMIA. 1996;3:184-185
2. Barnet GO: Information Technology and Medical Education. JAMIA 1995;2:285-291
3. Telemedicine: A Guide to Assessing Telecommunications for Health Care. Field MJ, Ed. 1996
4. Lloyd G, Kendall J, et al.: High-level simulators in emergency department education: thoughts from the trainers' perspective.
5. Morgan PJ, Cleave-Hogg D: Simulation technology in training students, residents and faculty.
Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2005;18:199-203
6. Haile-Mariam T, Koffenberger W, et al. Using distance-based technologies for emergency medicine training and
education. Emerg Med Clin North Am.
7. Vozenilek J, Huff JS, et al. See one, do one, teach one: advanced technology in medical education.
Acad Emerg Med. 2004;11:1149-1154
Student evaluation: Website
- CDEM : Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine
Student Evaluations: Courses & seminars
1. ACEP/EMF Teaching Fellowship
2. CORD Academic Assembly.
Student Evaluation: Suggested readings
1. Duffy FD, Holmboe ES. Self-assessment in lifelong learning and improving Instruments for evaluating education in
evidence-based practice: a systematic review. JAMA 2006;296:1116-1127
2. Davis DA, Mazmanian PE, et al. Accuracy of physician self-assement. JAMA 2006;296:1094-1102
3. Cydulka RK, Emerman CL, Jouriles NJ. Evaluation of resident performance and intensive bedside teaching during
direct observation. Acad Emerg Med. 1996;3:345
4. Tintinalli JE. Evaluation of emergency medicine residents by nurses. Acad Med. 1989;64:49-50
5. Vantini I, Benini L. Models of learning, training and progress evaluation of medical students. Clin Chim Acta. 2008
1. All RC Notable Practices: ACGME notable practices
2. EM Milestones
- The Nuts and Bolts of RVUs and Reimbursement : Michael Granovsky, MD, CPC, FACEP, explains Relative Value Units, how they pertain to reimbursement, and how emergency physicians generate revenue.
- Incentive Based Compensation: Show me the Money: Thom Mayer, MD, FACEP, FAAP reviews the various incentive based compensation structures used in emergency medicine.
- ACEP Wellness Section and Resources
- ACEP Wellness Book For Emergency Physicians
- Wellness MP3 Presentations: Presentations by Dr. Jay A. Kaplan and Dr. Pamela A. Ross on avoiding burnout and managing conflict
- Medical Malpractice Stress Syndrome
- Resources for Professional Liability Litigation Process and Physician Coping Mechanisms
- Faculty Teaching Award
- Junior Faculty Teaching Award
Residency Leadership Curriculum
- Asynchronous References
Academic Emergency Medicine:
- http://iteachem.net/ : " a blog and podcast on the art, science and fun of how to teach and how to learn emergency medicine and critical care."
- http://academiclifeinem.blogspot.com/ : A website dedicated to academic emergency medicine, with many tips, and up to date information.
EKGs in Emergency Medicine:
- http://ekgumem.tumblr.com/ : EKG cases from Amal Mattu
- http://hqmeded-ecg.blogspot.com/: Dr Smith's EKG blog