F001 - How to be an Effective Clinician Educator
Friday, February 16; 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Describe effective techniques for teaching in a busy clinic and in the large group setting
- Discuss the benefits of a visual arts training program for dermatology trainees
- Discuss the advantages of peer coaching
As clinician educators, we are often required to teach residents, medical students, and mid-level providers in a variety of settings. This forum aims to provide best practices for effective teaching in the outpatient clinic and in the large group setting. We share a novel methodology on training learners in visual arts and a cutting edge faculty development program of peer observation of teachers. The format is interactive and engaging, and teaching tips from seasoned educators are shared throughout the session.
- Burgin, Susan, MD: VisualDx – C(H);
- Goff, Heather Woodworth, MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
- Kirby, Joslyn S., MD: AbbVie – SP(H); ChemoCentryx – C(Fees); Incyte Corporation – C(H);
- Larson, Allison Ruth, MD, MS: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
Friday, February 16
Dr. Burgin / Welcome
Dr. Kirby / Teaching tips for teaching in the clinic
Dr. Larson / Best practices for teaching large groups
Dr. Burgin / Creating a community of teachers: peer observation and peer coaching for medical educators
Dr. Goff / The fine art of observation: museum partnerships for training dermatology residents and medical students to see