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Faculty Development Conference

A 2020 Vision of Faculty Development across the Medical Education Continuum

More than 70 national and international leaders in the field of medical education took part in a conference hosted by Baylor College of Medicine titled, "A 2020 Vision of Faculty Development across the Medical Education Continuum." A pre-conference planning meeting was held in February 2009.

Participants to the Feb. 26-28 conference worked in small groups on topics important in the field of faculty medical educational development. Papers prepared for this unique conference by the attendees, and the recommendation from the conference will be published later this year. The conference was supported by the Medallion Foundation and the Josiah H. Macy Foundation. Conveners were Stephen B. Greenberg, M.D., senior vice president and dean of Medical Education; and Nancy S. Searle, Ed.D., director of Faculty Development and Recognition.

conference presenters

Front row: Steve Greenberg, Bernard Robin, Dave Davis, Deb DaRosa, Pat O’Sullivan, Sara McNeil, Charlie Hatem. Back row: Rich Frankel, Mike Friedlander, Dave Irby, Bill Stead, Fred Hafferty, Nancy Searle

Presenters

Program

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Friday, Feb. 26, 2010

  • Introduction of Conference – Stephen Greenberg, M.D.
    Video (15:19)
  • The Biology of Learning – How does the biology of learning inform us as medical educators? Michael Friedlander, Ph.D., chair, Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine.
    Video (21:22)
  • Teaching Skills Throughout the Medical Education Continuum – What are the common skills sets of teachers in every teaching venue? Charles J. Hatem, M.D., director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard Medical School.
    Video (18:55)
  • Presentation Discussion
    Video (14:56)
  • Decoding the Learning Environment of Medical Education: A Hidden Curriculum Perspective on Faculty Development as a Process of Tacit Learning – How does the hidden curriculum of medical students and the hidden agenda of faculty impact medical education? Fredric W. Hafferty, Ph.D., professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences, University of Minnesota Medical School.
    Video (21:30)
  • Barriers to Effective Teaching – What are the barriers to faculty teaching effectively and how might they be addressed? Debra DaRosa, Ph.D., professor and vice-chair of Education, Department of Surgery, Northwestern University School of Medicine.
    Video (19:32)

Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010

  • Patient – and Relationship – Centered Care – How do we assure patient-centered care in all physician-patient interactions? Richard M. Frankel Ph.D., professor of Medicine and Geriatrics, Senior Research Scientist Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University School of Medicine.
    Video (23:24)
  • How Do We Keep Practicing Physicians Up to Date? – Does CME need better evidence, better learners, better integration, and best outcomes? David Davis, M.D., American Association of Medical Colleges, senior director, Continuing Health Care Education and Improvement, Association of American Medical Colleges.
    Video (19:59)
  • Presentation Discussion
    Video (26:01)
  • Preparing for the Changing Role of Instructional Technologies in Medical Education – What electronic tools and technical skills will be needed by faculty to effectively and efficiently teach medicine? Bernard Robin, Ph.D., director, Masters of Education with an Emphasis in the Health Sciences Program, and Sara McNeil Ph.D., program coordinator Instructional Design, University of Houston.
    Video (21:36)
  • Biomedical Informatics – How do computational technology and informatics change what physicians need to know and how they learn? William W. Stead, M.D., McKesson Foundation Professor of Biomedical Informatics, professor of Medicine and associate vice chancellor for Strategy and Transformation, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
    Video (18:54)
  • Presentation Discussion
    Video (27:29)
  • Faculty Development: The Missing Link in Competency-Based Medical Education – How do we evaluate and assess medical learning? Eric Holmboe, Ph.D., senior vice President for Quality Research and Academic Affairs, American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation.
    Video (22:55)
  • Presentation Discussion
    Video (3:05)
  • Reframing Educational Research on Faculty Development – How can faculty development research be reframed in light of emerging research in related fields (e.g., workplace learning, quality improvement, CME, e-learning, etc)? David Irby, Ph.D., Senior Scholar, Carnegie Foundation, vice dean For Education, professor of Medicine, and Patricia S. O'Sullivan, Ed.D., director, Educational Research and Faculty Development, University of California, San Francisco.
    Dr. Irby Video (10:55), Dr. O'Sullivan Video (10:40)
  • Presentation Discussion
    Video (28:40)

Working Groups

Biology of Learning – 1st Row: Paul Ogden, Mike Friedlander, Joe Kass. 2nd Row: Elizabeth Armstrong, Rich Schwartzstein, Tom Viggiano, Linda Andrews Carol Aschenbrener

Biology of Learning – 1st Row: Paul Ogden, Mike Friedlander, Joe Kass. 2nd Row: Elizabeth Armstrong, Rich Schwartzstein, Tom Viggiano, Linda Andrews Carol Aschenbrener

Hidden Faculty Agenda – 1st Row: Fred Hafferty, Janet Hafler, Britta Thompson, Mark Kahn. 2nd Row: Kathy Thompson, Carl Fasser, Allison Ownby, Paul Haidet, Kevin Grigsby

Hidden Faculty Agenda – 1st Row: Fred Hafferty, Janet Hafler, Britta Thompson, Mark Kahn. 2nd Row: Kathy Thompson, Carl Fasser, Allison Ownby, Paul Haidet, Kevin Grigsby

Barriers to Effective Teaching – 1st Row: Deb DaRosa, Sue Cox, Patricia Butler, Kelly Skeff. 2nd Row: Joan Friedland, Sandy Smith, Susan Pollart, Mark O’Connell, Sanah Haque, Mike Coburn

Barriers to Effective Teaching – 1st Row: Deb DaRosa, Sue Cox, Patricia Butler, Kelly Skeff. 2nd Row: Joan Friedland, Sandy Smith, Susan Pollart, Mark O’Connell, Sanah Haque, Mike Coburn

Teacher Characteristics and Skills – 1st Row: Jan Drutz, Richard Gunderman, Nancy Searle, Kevin Krane. 2nd Row: Yvonne Steinert, Charlie Hatem, Linda Perkowski, Gordon Schutz

Teacher Characteristics and Skills – 1st Row: Jan Drutz, Richard Gunderman, Nancy Searle, Kevin Krane. 2nd Row: Yvonne Steinert, Charlie Hatem, Linda Perkowski, Gordon Schutze

Patient/Relationship Centered Care – 1st Row: Anne Gill, Michael Howe, Flossie Eddins-Folensbee, Clarence Braddock. 2nd  Row: LuAnn Wilkerson, Lynne Kirk, Martin Hernandez-Torres, Carol Hodgson, Rich Frankel, Malcolm Cox

Patient/Relationship Centered Care – 1st Row: Anne Gill, Michael Howe, Flossie Eddins-Folensbee, Clarence Braddock. 2nd Row: LuAnn Wilkerson, Lynne Kirk, Martin Hernandez-Torres, Carol Hodgson, Rich Frankel, Malcolm Cox

Practicing Physicians/CME – 1st Row: Charlene Dewey, tom Tenner, Robin Rockhold, Timothy Brigham. 2nd Row: Steve Lieberman, Dave Davis, Steve Greenberg, Susan Lieff, Michael Fordis

Practicing Physicians/CME – 1st Row: Charlene Dewey, tom Tenner, Robin Rockhold, Timothy Brigham. 2nd Row: Steve Lieberman, Dave Davis, Steve Greenberg, Susan Lieff, Michael Fordis

E-Learning – 1st Row: Sheila Martinez, Geeta Das, David Cook, Katie Agarwal. 2nd Row: Hoi Ho, Sara McNeil, Sidney Burrus, clay Goodman, Patricia Wathen, Bernard Robin

E-Learning – 1st Row: Sheila Martinez, Geeta Das, David Cook, Katie Agarwal. 2nd Row: Hoi Ho, Sara McNeil, Sidney Burrus, clay Goodman, Patricia Wathen, Bernard Robin

Bioinformatics – 1st Row: Bill Stead, Steve Spann, Henry Fessler. 2nd Row: Jim Owens, John Searle, Stephen Weinberger, Jack Smith, Ted Shortliffe

Bioinformatics – 1st Row: Bill Stead, Steve Spann, Henry Fessler. 2nd Row: Jim Owens, John Searle, Stephen Weinberger, Jack Smith, Ted Shortliffe

Evaluation – 1st Row: Peter Katsufrakis, Anne Frye, Karen Leslie. 2nd Row: Vilma Patel, Richard Reznick, Denham Ward, Beth Nelson, Donna Ray (Absent: Eric Holmboe)

Evaluation – 1st Row: Peter Katsufrakis, Anne Frye, Karen Leslie. 2nd Row: Vimla Patel, Richard Reznick, Denham Ward, Beth Nelson, Donna Ray (Absent: Eric Holmboe)

Research in Faculty Development – 1st Row: Teri Turner, Pat O’Sullivan, Larry Gruppen, Rhee Fincher. 2nd  Row: Bill McGahie, George Thibault, Cayla Teal, Gary Rosenfeld, Heidi Chumley, Dave Irby

Research in Faculty Development – 1st Row: Teri Turner, Pat O’Sullivan, Larry Gruppen, Rhee Fincher. 2nd Row: Bill McGahie, George Thibault, Cayla Teal, Gary Rosenfeld, Heidi Chumley, Dave Irby

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