Improve your skills as an effective medical educator
The Teaching Fellowship (TF) gives you skills and knowledge to become an effective and productive medical educator.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the American College of Emergency Physicians and Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine. The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this Live activity for a maximum of 35.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This course, created with the resident in mind, is perfect for those interested in exploring an academic emergency medicine career or fellowship. It not only provides the participants with practical skills and tools but also provides a mentoring opportunity and addresses expectations your residents may have about an academic career.
TF - Course Director
Chair and Tenured Professor, Penn State University; Editor in Chief, Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training; Recipient of the SAEM Hal Jayne Excellence in Education Award
MD, PhD, FACEP
TF - Course Director
Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine,UNC-Chapel Hill;Director of the UNC Office of Academic Excellence
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University of Massachusetts
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine (EM) & Director of Well-Being at Stanford Emergency Medicine;Director of the Stanford EM Physician Wellness Fellowship
Associate HS Clinical Professor Emergency Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Residency Director UCLA Emergency Medicine – Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center/Olive View UCLA Medical Center; Medical Education and Simulation Fellowship Co-Director. Recipient of 2013 ACEP Rising Star Speaker Award.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Prisma Health-Upstate Department of Emergency Medicine, University of South Carolina, Greenville School of Medicine;Fellowship Director, Medical Education and Technology Fellowship, Prisma Health-Upstate Department of Emergency Medicine;Director of Graduate Medical Education Assessment and Feedback, Prisma Health-Upstate Department of Emergency Medicine
Associate Residency Program Director, Department of Emergency Medicine. Highland Hospital - Alameda Health System, Oakland, CA;Associate Professor, University of California, San Francisco
Assistant Residency Program Director / Medical Student Clerkship Director, John Peter Smith Health Network. She has been the Assistant Residency Program Director / Medical Student Clerkship Director since 2019. Holmes started working for IES at John Peter Smith Hospital in 2014 where she has held positions of Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director and Director of New Media. Holmes also completed the ACEP Teaching Fellowship in 2019.
Nikita Joshi MD is the medical director of Alameda Hospital Emergency Department and also works clinically at Highland Hospital and San Leandro Hospital, all part of Alameda Health System. She graduated from EM residency from Kings County, and completed a medical education fellowship at Stanford University Department of Emergency Medicine. She has academic interests in medical education, social media, and simulation in medical education. Her current developing interests include leadership and professionalism development in healthcare administration.
Associate Program Director Penn State Health Milton S Hershey Medical Center; PACEP Education Committee Chair; ACEP Resident Teaching Fellowship Faculty; ACEP Teaching Fellowship MicroTeach Award winner; ACEP New Speakers Forum winner; Medutopia Mister Rodgers Award recipient; Penn State Dean’s Award for Teaching
Dr. Mason is an Associate Editor of the digital textbook CorePendium. She was honored with the Education Award from California ACEP, named among EMRA’s 45 Under 45, and recognized at UCSF Fresno as the Resident Mentor of the Year and the Medical Student Faculty of the Year in 2019. Current Medical Education Fellowship Director at John Peter Smith Hospital and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine through Texas Christian University.
Dr. Sree Natesan is the Assistant Program Director at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. She has multiple academic and teaching awards including the prestigious Council of Residency Director (CORD) Emergency Medicine 2014 Junior Faculty Teacher Award, the ACEP 2019 Junior Faculty Teacher award, as well as Duke Emergency Medicine Faculty Teacher of the Year 2014, School of Medicine Professionalism award in 2019, and Distinguished Faculty award in 2016, 2019, and 2021. She serves as co-chair of the Best Practice Education subcommittee and Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Mini-track co-chair for CORD. Dr. Sree also serves as Chief Operation Officer for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) Faculty Incubator Program, Editor-in-Chief for ALiEM EMBound Medical Student Newsletter, and Director of the Duke Graduate Medical Education (GME) Medica Education Leadership Track (MELT) Program which is an institutional wide teaching program for residents and fellows.
Dr. Flavia Nobay received her undergraduate training at UC Berkeley and UC San Diego for medical school. She completed residency training in Emergency Medicine at Alameda County, Highland Hospital. She was the Program Director and Assistant DIO for 10 years at the University of Rochester. In 2017 she moved to the School of Medicine where she worked as the Associate Dean of Admissions, and has recently taken a position as the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.
Clinical Practice, University of California Irvine Medical Center, Orange, CA; Catalina Island Medical Center, Avalon, CA.; Winner of ACEP Faculty Teaching Award 2019; Winner of the CPC competition finals 2015, 2019; Senior Associate Editor at the Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine (JETem); Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Vice-Chair for Education, University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
Mary Jo Wagner
Professor of Emergency Medicine at Central Michigan University College of Medicine; Chief Academic Officer and Designated Institutional Official; Program Director of the EM Residency Program for 14 years; Faculty of the ACEP Teaching Fellowship Program; Academic leader speaking at more than 40 residency programs. She was the Editor, now Editor Emeritus, of the ACEP PEER Review Questions for the past 20 years; ACEP Outstanding Contributions in Education: CORD Distinguished Educator; MCEP John A. Rupke, MD Lifetime Achievement Awards
Registration is limited. Classes fill rapidly on a first-come, first-serve basis.Class 1 Full. Registration is Closed.
Full conference registration, less the $500 cancellation fee, is refundable only if submitted in writing to email@example.com 30 days prior to the beginning of the conference. Registrations and cancellations received after the 30-day deadline are not refundable. Exceptions will be made for family emergencies and must be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. For these instances the full conference registration fee, less the $500 admin fee, will be refunded. You cannot reinstate a registration after you cancel. If you cancel and are entitled to a refund, expect the refund within 30 days. All refunds will be issued back to the original payment type. All registrants must be prepaid 60 days prior to the course.
Registration cancellation for Resident's Teaching Fellowship is the same as Teaching Fellowship with the exception of less $200 cancellation fee, is refundable.