Office of Professional Development

Faculty Development Sessions


Office of Professional Development
Faculty Sessions
2020-2021

Title and Information

“Moving on Up at UMKC School of Medicine”, Prakash Chandra, MD and Bini Moorthy, MD

 

Objectives of this workshop-style session:

·         Discuss and understand what the UMKC School of Medicine promotion packet requires and timeline for the process.

·         Be able to outline the steps necessary to put together the promotions packet, for e.g. evaluations, external reviewers, up-to-date Curriculum vitae.

·         Learn about examples of teaching, service, clinical practice and research scholarly activity.

 

Target Audience:  Early and mid-level faculty who are considering going up for promotion at UMKC SOM in 2020 or within the next few years.  Although focused on clinical physician faculty, the session would be valuable to non-clinicians as well.

About the speakers:  Prakash Chandra, MD is an Associate Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. Dr. Chandra is the Medical director of child psychiatry services at Truman Medical centers. He is also the clinical site director for the University of Kansas Child Psychiatry Fellowship Program at UMKC/TMC. Dr. Chandra is the Deputy Editor of the Journal ‘Chronic Stress’ and manuscript reviewer for multiple medical journals. Dr. Chandra recently promoted to Associate professor in 2018. Bini Moorthy, MD is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. Dr. Moorthy is an Adult Psychiatrist at the Truman Medical Centers and is the Associate Program Director for the UMKC Psychiatry Residency Program.

 

To view presentation, open link: https://umkc.box.com/s/nyiajax8ekkpdgln31buoc26zo3oawwd

“Panopto Presentation, Moving Up at UMKC School of Medicine” then click on links (Part I and Part II)

“How to Support Learners as They Develop Their Professional Identity”, Louise Arnold, Ph.D., Christine Sullivan, M.D., Jennifer Quaintance, Ph.D.

 

Objectives:

•       Review the theory and practice of professional identity formation (PIF)

•       Discuss how PIF applies to learners

•       Identify how to select methods to guide PIF for learners

Target Audience:  Anyone who teaches and supervises learners (including medical students, graduate students, and/or graduate medical education (GME) residents/fellows).

About the Speakers:  Louise Arnold, Ph.D., Professor Emerita and former Associate Dean for Medical Education has been active in medical education since 1971.  Her long-standing research interests include professionalism that have led to numerous publications, national and international presentations, and grants focused on professionalism.  Christine Sullivan, M.D. is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Dean for Professional Development.  With extensive experience in GME, she has published, presented nationally, and has written policy on professionalism, with a focus on remediation.  Jennifer Quaintance, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the department of Graduate Health Professions in Medicine and Assistant Dean for Assessment and Quality Improvement. She has many peer-reviewed publications and presentations in medical education, with a particular focus on professionalism-related issues.

 

To view presentation open link:

https://umkc.box.com/s/kzn7la243exowvdef8xm0wuxhzv5ntff

Ju“Incorporating Adult Learning Strategies into Didactics—Part I”, Stefanie Ellison, M.D., Jamie Lawless, M.D.

 

ObObjectives:

·         Introduce key concepts in Adult Learning (Andragogy) and how they pertain to medical education

·         Discuss interactive online didactic activities using Zoom, asynchronous learning, and flipped classroom strategies to engage learners

·         Review examples of how interactive adult learning can be incorporated into medical education

·         Provide free open access medical education resources that can be used by learners.

Target Audience:  Faculty who are engaged with didactic teaching of learners who wish to further their innovation with adult learning strategies.

About the Speakers:  Stefanie Ellison, M.D. is associate dean for Learning Initiatives for the UMKC School of Medicine and provides an interprofessional curriculum for the UMKC Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy.  She also has developed and is implementing a Service Learning curriculum for the School of Medicine.  She has developed and advanced opportunities for engaged and interactive learning for health professions students and residents.  Jamie Lawless, M.D. is an Assistant Professor of medicine at UMKC and docent of the Purple 4 unit at St. Luke’s Hospital.  Her professional interests include women’s health in primary care, physician and student wellness, and medical student mentoring. She loves using new ideas and applying technology to maximize effective learning in medical education.

 

To view presentation open link:

https://umkc.box.com/s/ho6oqeu9tsugub2fmw0yfij3uo64vda8

“Excellence for all:  Mastery-based Learning as a Simulation-based Approach to Teaching and Assessment”, Emily Hillman, M.D.

 

Objectives:

·         Define mastery based learning

·         List the seven essential components of mastery learning

·         Contrast the mastery based learning approach with traditional education (both in simulation and in clinical practice)

Target Audience:  Faculty educators who work with learners in a clinical or didactic setting, including those that develop curricula and utilize simulation for teaching

Ab About the Speaker: Dr. Hillman is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and has a Masters in Health Professions Education.  She serves as the Director of Simulation Education for the UMKC School of Medicine and Assistant Residency Director for the UMKC Emergency Medicine Residency.  She has received training at the Northwestern Simulation-based Mastery Learning Course and has additional knowledge and expertise in simulation debriefing.  One of her key roles as the Director of Simulation Education is working with faculty to design simulations and assessments for students, residents, and faculty.  She also has experience with simulation-based research and is passionate about utilizing an evidence-based approach to curriculum design as well as incorporating scholarship into simulation teaching activities.

 

 

To To view the presentation open link:   

https://umkc.box.com/s/qze4ux9e0y5uif9esdsnnf5d8me7zkx6

 

    

“Guide to Remediation of Learners”, Christine Sullivan, M.D.

 

Objectives:

·         Enhance mechanisms to identify learners that require remediation, including utilizing Root Cause Analysis (RCA) approach to understand cause(s) of sub-standard performance

·         Learn, through learner scenarios, how to implement an effective remediation plan

·         Recognize and incorporate predictors of success into remediation plans

Target Audience:  Faculty with an interest in performance improvement strategies for learners, including those that direct learner programs.

About the Speaker:  Christine Sullivan, M.D. is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Dean for Professional Development.  With extensive experience in GME, she has published, presented nationally, and has written policy on professionalism, with a focus on remediation.

 

To view presentation open link:

https://umkc.box.com/s/uvf624cff1u0c8rnnb2x013lhvmg3dje

“Incorporating Adult Learning Strategies into Didactics—Part II”, Stefanie Ellison, M.D., Jamie Lawless, M.D.

 

Objectives: 

·         This session will incorporate the objectives from Part I allowing participants to bring a specific project/concept that they have and provide guidance to adapt/enhance it to asynchronous, online learning

·         Share ideas to incorporate adult learning strategies into didactics with other faculty during zoom breakout sessions

Target Audience:  Faculty who are engaged with didactic teaching of learners who wish to further   their innovation with adult learning strategies.

About the Speakers:  Stefanie Ellison, M.D. is associate dean for Learning Initiatives for the UMKC School of Medicine and provides an interprofessional curriculum for the UMKC Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy.  She also has developed and is implementing a Service Learning curriculum for the School of Medicine.  She has developed and advanced opportunities for engaged and interactive learning for health professions students and residents.  Jamie Lawless, M.D. is an Assistant Professor of medicine at UMKC and docent of the Purple 4 unit at St. Luke’s Hospital.  Her professional interests include women’s health in primary care, physician and student wellness, and medical student mentoring. She loves using new ideas and applying technology to maximize effective learning in medical education.

 

To view the presentation open link:  (Available after presentation given)

 

“Managing Generational Differences in Healthcare Education”, Jenna Wilcox, PhD, APMHCNS-BC, CNE

Objectives:  

·         Explore broad generational differences of the healthcare classroom

  • Discuss the impact of generational differences in relation to classroom and workforce interactions
  • Apply knowledge of generational differences in a healthcare workforce training simulation

Target Audience:  Faculty who are engaged in teaching who want to further their ability to engage with their learners.

About the Speaker:  Jeana Wilcox PhD, APMHCNS-BC, CNE is an Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Truman Medical Centers Lakewood Counseling location. Dr. Wilcox has 20 years’ experience as an advanced practice psychiatric practitioner and 10 years’ experience in nursing education and nursing education administration.

To view the presentation open link:  (Available after presentation given)