2nd annual Medical Education Symposium for faculty to be held Oct. 13-16
The Medical Education Symposium is a week for faculty to focus on techniques and strategies that can improve student and trainee engagement, as well as their effectiveness as teachers.
The complexity, instability, and uncertainty of our academic and clinical environments present challenges to clinicians, and educators who are entrusted to understand and respond to these challenges. It requires science-using, evidence-based clinicians, and educators who are also rigorous creative thinkers and skilled in problem-solving and problem finding.
This virtual symposium, entitled “Innovation, Creativity, and Adaptability in Medical Education,” will take place during the week of Oct. 13 – 16, and will include multiple interactive sessions.
Keynote address: Beyond Comfort Zones: Creativity as a Critical Skill in Academic Medicine
Featuring Jay Baruch, M.D.
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Alpert Medical School at Brown University and director of the Medical Humanities and Bioethics Scholarly Concentration
- Creative Coaching for Improvement
- Innovative Feedback Methods
- Mentoring the Creative Mind
- Teaching in the Virtual Care Space
- Creative Strategies for Engaging Learners in Virtual Spaces
- Analyzing How Change Happens (or does not happen) in Health Sciences Education
- A Better Way to Deliver Serious News
Panel discussion: Innovators’ Stories of Creativity
These workshops are hosted by the Office of Faculty Development and are intended for faculty. If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation to attend these workshops or have questions about accessibility, please contact us at UMMS-Faculty-Development@med.umich.edu.