ACEP - Teaching Fellowship
| 2017 - 2018 Meeting Dates
Session I: August 7-12, 2017 - Class 1
Session II: March 5-9, 2018 - Class 1
Session I: August 8-13, 2017 - Class 2
Session II: March 6-10, 2018 - Class 2
| 2018 - 2019 Meeting Dates
Session I: August 2-7, 2018 - Class 1
Session II: March 4-8, 2019 - Class 1
Session I: August 3-8, 2018 - Class 2
Session II: March 5-9, 2019 - Class 2
NEW* - Resident's Teaching Fellowship - Session I: August 3-5, 2018
Experts in instructional design and academic emergency medicine have taken this very popular and successful program and updated it to meet the needs of today's emergency physician. This program is designed for faculty in residency programs who want to improve their skills, residents interested in an academic career, and other physicians who have responsibility for teaching emergency medicine.
The goals of the Fellowship are to help you:
- Develop the skills needed to become successful in an academic environment
- Become an excellent academic instructor
- Enhance your management and leadership skills
The Fellowship focuses on:
- Fundamentals of teaching and evaluation
- Designing effective and efficient instruction
- The realities of competing demands of an academic career-publishing, teaching, research, clinical work
Key benefits of attending the program:
- You will learn "life skills" that are applicable to more than the academic environment
- Develop a network of colleagues from across the country
- Position yourself to be a leader and a spokesperson for emergency medicine
This program consists of 11 days covered in two sessions (fall and spring). Between sessions you will work on the development of instructional materials under the guidance of faculty. This important project will allow you to explore a special area of interest and develop a valuable educational product for your program. All participants share and report the results of their projects during the spring session.
The Teaching Fellowship is the best investment in your academic career and beyond.
- Essential Elements of Instruction
- Instructional System Design
- Curriculum Development
- Effective Teaching Methods (lecture, bedside teaching, small group, procedural skills)
- Use of Questioning and Feedback
- Evaluation (written, oral assessments, resident performance assessment)
- Microteaching Lab
- Teaching Portfolio
- Creating a Peer Review Program
- Conflict Management
- Interviewing Skills and Process
- The RRC Process
- Effective Communication Skills
- Teaching Medical Students
- Creating a CV
- Journal Club Do's and Don'ts
- Rebecca Bavolek, MD, FACEP
- Robert Blankenship, MD, FACEP
- Teresa Chan, MD
- Robert Cooney, MD, MSMedEd
- David Duong, MD, FACEP
- Michael A. Gibbs, MD, FACEP
- Amal Mattu, MD, FACEP
- Flavia Nobay, MD
- Susan B. Promes, MD, FACEP
- Christina Shenvi, MD, PhD
- Jessica L. Smith, MD, FACEP
- Steven J. Vance, MD, FACEP
- Jason Wagner, MD, FACEP
- Mary Jo Wagner, MD, FACEP
- Teresa Wu, MD, FACEP
ACEP - $1,615
Nonmember - $1,796
Complete the online form, e-mail email@example.com to be placed on the waiting list.
Registration is limited. Classes fill rapidly on a first-come, first-serve basis. Class slots are filled from the waiting list. You will be contacted as soon as a slot is available. Course dates are set approximately a year in advance.
Your registration fee covers the entire cost of the 11-day, two-session. Meals and living expenses are not included.
Cancellation with full refund will be accepted only if written notice is received 30 days prior to the workshop start date. Cancellations received with less than a 30 day notice are subject to a $500 cancellation fee. You can avoid this penalty by substituting another faculty member from your institution. All registrants must be prepaid.
New Offering - Fall of 2018! The ACEP Resident's Teaching Fellowship!
Fellowship has trained physicians responsible for teaching in emergency
medicine since 1989. With nearly 30
years of equipping faculty with the skills needed to become a successful and
effective academic instructor, we’re excited to offer something new.
designed a Teaching Fellowship course specifically geared towards your
residents, the Resident’s Teaching Fellowship.
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
Registration Fee for the Resident's Teaching Fellowship
ACEP and CORD Members - $530
ACEP or CORD Members - $575
Nonmembers - $625
*Please note the Resident's Teaching Fellowship course does not offer CME Credit.
Complete the online form, and select "Resident's Teaching Fellowship" or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list.