The workshop series for faculty addresses essential core educational topics and skills necessary for success in teaching and learning in the Western Reserve2 Curriculum. Targeting the needs of teaching in the Basic Sciences and Clinical Medicine, these workshops are for basic and clinician scientists, physician educators, attending physicians, preceptors, alumni, residents and staff who seek to prepare themselves for teaching in the Western Reserve2 Curriculum and/or improve their teaching skills. The workshop offerings provide a lively forum for the exchange of ideas and resources. These medical education workshops are available at the School of Medicine, as well as by request from specific hospital sites.
IAMSE Winter 2022 Webcast Audio Seminar Series
How Science Educators Still Matter: Leveraging the Basic Sciences for Student Success
- January 6 at 12PM EST – Nadia Ismail, David Rowley and Munder Zagaar (Baylor College of Medicine) present New Horizons: Restructuring the Basic and Clinical Sciences Beyond USMLE
- January 13 at 12PM EST – Rachel Wolfson (The University of Chicago) presents Research in Medical School — Impact on Career Path
- January 20 at 12PM EST – Michelle Daniel (University of California San Diego) presents Integrating Basic Science in the Clerkships: Innovative Strategies and Persistent Challenges
- January 27 at 2PM* EST – Michelle Lazarus and Shemona Rozario (Monash University) present Identity Shape-Shifting: How Basic Science Teaching Practices Can Foster Identity Transformation From Medical Student to Medical Professional
- *Please note that this session will be held at 2PM EST.
- February 3 at 12PM EST – David Harris presents Rethinking Assessment Strategies in the Basic Sciences as Step 1 Goes Pass/Fail
Register for one or more sessions here.