Faculty Development

Faculty Improvement


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Docent Handbook 2013-14
Sim lab
How to become more involved in the SOM (committee opportunities, selection, etc)
How to write a CV

The Central Group on Educational Affairs (CGEA) of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is a regional organization of thirty-seven (37) medical schools. The purpose of the CGEA is to encourage and facilitate communication among members and to provide a forum for discussion of medical education matters

Information about supporting elearning at UMKC

Active learning workshops

October 1, 2015 – Dr. Rebecca R. Pauly

May 2015 – Dr. Eric Holmboe

October 14, 2014 – Dr. Pauly

March 17, 2014 – Drs. Pauly and Hoffman


April 29, 2013 – Christopher Boyce and Jennifer Quaintance, PhD

March 25, 2013 – Dr. Moormeier

January 2013 – Dr. Hosokawa

June 2011 noon conference by Alison Morrison-Shetlar, PhD

June 2011 active learning workshop by Alison Morrison-Shetlar, PhD

Advanced Research Skills

The Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics at the UMKC School of Medicine offers an array of opportunities for faculty interested in advancing their research skills.

Master of Science in Bioinformatics with Clinical Research, Genomics, or Computational areas or emphasis. (36 credit hours with research thesis or capstone project)

Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research (15 credit hours); a valuable credential for health care professionals who want to advance their research career, but who are unable to devote the requisite time to a full master degree program.

The Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics participates in the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program at UMKC. Students interested in studies at the doctoral level in the co-discipline of Biomedical and Health Informatics, should apply to the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in the School of Graduate Studies. Detailed information on the general and discipline-specific admission requirements for the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. is found in the School of Graduate Studies section of this catalog, with specific details on the school’s Web site at http://www.umkc.edu/iphd.

Adult Learning Resources

March 2016Annotated bibiography for journals for educational scholarship

Compilation of books and articles by Dr. Sudha Koppula, Dir. of Faculty Development – U of Alberta

Searchable conference database (MEMC Catalog)

Critical Thinking

Teaching & Learning – Critical Reasoning & Critical Thinking

 

Faculty Grievance

Ombuds link

Foundation for critical thinking

www.criticalthinking.org

 

Grand Rounds Lectures

Dr. Bamburger: HIV Prevention (8/5/14)

Dr. Pauly on Mentoring

100 Years After Flexner: The Role of Medical Education in Improving Patient Outcomes (Betty Drees, MD)

MEMC’s conferences database

Dr. Butin on code blue and resuscitation

Dr. Spong of the NIH speaking on evidence-producing trials

Dr. Foxworth on Estimating renal function

Health Policies

Managing Performance Data – Dr. Almenoff, October 2012

Leadership Opportunities for Women

– TBA

Newsletters

News letter No. 1

News letter No. 2

Offsite Enrichment Opportunities

– TBA

Patient Safety

Beware of the Single Greatest Patient Safety Threat: Handoff Communication

Patient Safety

Physician Leadership

E.E. Fibuch, M.D., Leadership – What Defines It? (02/14/14 )

PLP – Physician Leadership Program Brochure (09/25/14)

Policy and Guidelines for Tuition Waiver

UMKC School of Medicine Policy & Guidelines for Tuition Waiver

Faculty Tuition Waiver

Supervisor Agreement

Professionalism in Medicine

Teaching Professionalism to Residents: Management of Conflicts of Interest in Medicine (video)

Teaching Professionalism to Residents: Management of Conflicts of Interest in Medicine (powerpoint)

Interactions in Industry

AOA lecture on professionalism, May 2012, Dr. Betty Drees

Student, Resident, Fellow, and Faculty Related Issues

The Next Accreditation System and the Milestones, Dr. Moormeier, June 2013

Ask Listen Refer

SOM Advising

Teaching residents and fellows about conflicts of interest

Dealing with the impaired physician