Course and Clinical Educator Skills Development Day: A Day of Faculty Development focusing on Quality Improvement

Concerned about quality improvement in physician development? Wondering how you can get involved? The Sixth Annual Course and Clinical Educator Skills Development Day on February 26 will feature an international expert on the topic, Linda Headrick, MD, MS, Senior Associate Dean for Education at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine. Dr. Headrick was invited with the aim of challenging UCSF to connect health professions curricula with improved patient outcomes. Dr. Headrick’s keynote address, How Can We Integrate Health Care Improvement into the Core of Physician Development? and workshop, Getting Started with Implementing QI in the Curriculum, promise to give us insights and an action plan for curricular changes that will connect the teaching we do with better results in patient care.

Also planned are interactive workshops on to mentoring, advancement, disparities, and strategies for helping challenging learners.  Join us for most, or just part of the day in the library’s Teaching and Learning Center for two workshops and the keynote in the morning, a networking lunch, then two sets of concurrent workshops in the afternoon. See event flyer.

8:30am Let’s Develop Interprofessional Curricula: How many steps does it take???

8:30am Academic Advancement for Clinician-Educators: Secrets from the Dean’s Office

11:30am Keynote Address with Linda Headrick, MD, MS How Can We Integrate Health Care Improvement into the Core of Physician Development?

12:30-1pm Grab'n'Go Networking Lunch (registration required)

1-3pm Getting Started with Implementing QI in the Curriculum

1-3pm Disparities Faced by LGBT Patients and Physicians: How You Can Help

3-5pm Effective Mentoring for All: An Interactive Workshop on  Diversity in Mentoring

3-5pm Using "SOAP" to Help the Challenging Learner

 

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