The Center for Faculty Educators is excited to announce a new online repository for faculty development resources, with a broad variety of materials to help faculty who teach, mentor and supervise learners in all settings, from classroom to clinic to bedside. The repository contains on-line modules, videos, tip sheets, and adaptable workshop materials as well as links to a myriad of websites and other resources. We aim for this repository to be a dynamic resource, and hope you will use it and submit your own materials for others to use, or provide us with suggestions for content to add.
Carrie Chen was my chief resident when I started as a pediatric resident at UCSF in 1998. We both had been UCSF medical students as well. I don’t know when the term “UCSF Lifer” officially kicks in, but I would say we both fit that definition. While I could talk to Carrie about her important and eye-opening research in workplace-based assessments (see her keynote for the AME Celebration of New Members), I was really curious to know, “Is there life after UCSF?”
Our faculty shape and teach the next generation of compassionate physicians at UCSF.
Catherine Lucey, MD
Executive Vice Dean, Vice Dean for Education, and Professor of Medicine
On Wednesday, September 25, the Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators (Academy of Medical Educators) welcomed new members, acknowledged many of the School of Medicine's outstanding teachers, recognized two members for outstanding Academy service, and honored three cherished staff members who impact our learners on a regular basis and make UCSF such an outstanding healthcare institution.