Faculty Development and Teaching
Introduction by Dr. Joe O'Donnell, MD:
What is Faculty Development? (PowerPoint file)
- Teaching Methods
- Problem-Based Learning
- Faculty Development for Preceptors (Related Articles)
- Junior Faculty & Resident Development
- Faculty Development for Physicians
- Teaching Theory
- Web Teaching At Dartmouth
The Web Teaching at Dartmouth site is for educators and instructional technologists who are interested in exploring different facets of using the Web in curriculums.
- University of California at Berkeley
Office of Educational Development Tools for Teaching
This Web site presents a compendium more than 200 teaching techniques faculty members have found to be effective in their courses at the University of California, Berkeley.
- Teacher Education Development
Provides teaching tools applicable to a variety of medical learning environments. University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
- Southern Illinois University's School of Medicine
A good beginning point for investigating the problem-based learning (PBL) process within medical education is the PBL site at the Medical School of Southern Illinois University.
- Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario
Queen's University School of Medicine has developed an online handbook on the PBL teaching technique.
- Collaborative Learning
This Web site is produced by the National Institute for Science Education and provides a basic introduction to the collaborative learning process within higher education. It also provides some personal reflections by students and teachers who are involved in classes transitioning from traditional teaching environments to collaborative learning environments.
- National Learning Communities Project
The Learning Community Commons site explores the concept of learning communities within higher education. It includes a "Handbook on Collaborative Learning Assessment."
- Southern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center
This site provides education, information, training, and services for residents and preceptors in community-based care environments. The site consists of a series of 10 learning modules on teaching students in ambulatory care.
- The School of Medicine University of North Carolina
The Expert Preceptor Interactive Curriculum (EPIC)
EPIC consists of 10 learning modules. It presents preceptor-relevant information on teaching students within a clinical environment.
- The University of Kansas School of Medicine
Clinical Teaching Strategies
This site provides a collection of easy-to-review tips and techniques on community-based teaching as well as hospital-based teaching.
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
The Outcome Project - Resident Competencies
The Web site of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education defines a set of basic competencies for residents.
- The Managed Care Education Connection
The Managed Care Education Connection is one site which can be used to provide curriculum ideas that promote the integration of the ACGME competencies into existing programs.
- End of Life Physician Education Resource Center
The End of Life Physician Education Resource Center (EPERC) is a central repository for educational materials and information on end-of-life care. It can also be used as a source of curriculums for faculty development.
- Students and Residents about Practice-based Learning and Improvement, Synthesized from a Literature Review
Greg Ogrinc, Linda A. Headrick, Sunita Mutha, Mary T. Coleman, Joseph O'Donnell, and Paul V. Miles A Framework for Teaching Medical Acad Med 2003 78: 748-756.
- The University of Illinois at Chicago;
"Standardized Medical Student"
The "Standardized Medical Student" technique is an interactive approach used to show residents, preceptors, and junior faculty how to teach medical students in clinical settings.
- An Efficient and Effective Teaching Model for Ambulatory Education
Martha Regan-Smith, William W. Young, and Adam M. Keller
Acad Med 2002 77: 593-599.
- A Collaborative Model for Supporting Community-based Interdisciplinary Education
Patricia A. Carney, Karen E. Schifferdecker, Catherine F. Pipas, Leslie H. Fall, Daniel A. Poor, Deborah A. Peltier, David W. Nierenberg, and W. Blair Brooks
Acad Med 2002 77: 610-620.
- Development of a Handheld Computer Documentation System to Enhance an Integrated Primary Care Clerkship
Catherine F. Pipas, Patricia A. Carney, M. Scottie Eliassen, Sarah C. Mengshol, Leslie H. Fall, Ardis L. Olson, Karen E. Schifferdecker, Margaret T. Russell, Deborah A. Peltier, and David W. Nierenberg
Acad Med 2002 77: 600-609.
- An Analysis of Students' Clinical Experiences in an Integrated Primary Care Clerkship
Patricia A. Carney, Catherine F. Pipas, M. Scottie Eliassen, Sarah C. Mengshol, Leslie H. Fall, Karen E. Schifferdecker, Ardis L. Olson, Deborah A. Peltier, and David W. Nierenberg
Acad Med 2002 77: 681-687.
- The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM)
The faculty development resources of the SAEM site provide extensive information on professional development applicable to all medical specialties.
- The Harvard School of Public Health
The Clinical Leadership Program
Harvard School of Public Health provides a leadership course specifically for chairs of clinical departments in major teaching hospitals.
- Palmer, Parker J. The Courage to Teach:
Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher's Life
San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, c1998
In this book Parker presents examples of schools modeling a holistic engagement of the student with the discipline. One example referenced is the Medical School of McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. The book is available electronically for the Dartmouth/DHMC community.