Archived Programs

Curriculum for Leadership and Development


From Theory to Practice: Team Science and Collaboration

Instructor: L. Michelle Bennett, PhD; Howard Gadlin, PhD
Date: Thursday, December 12, 2013
Length: 3 hours

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Objectives for this session:

  1. The importance of trust and how to establish it
  2. Establishing a team (or what to do if you have inherited one)
  3. Creating and sharing the scientific vision
  4. Strategies for setting expectations
  5. Managing conflict while promoting the productive disagreement
  6. Strategies for sustaining a successful research team

Developing Great Courses and Lectures: It All Starts with the Objectives!

Instructor: Juan Leon, PhD
Date: Friday, October 4, 2013
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Identify and formulate effective objectives for courses and lectures, including their scaffolding in terms of Bloom's Taxonomy
  2. Articulate the importance of objectives for successful student learning, including their relationship to overall course/lecture design, instructional methodologies, assignments, and assessment
  3. Use proper objectives as the key to sound syllabus construction

Examination Construction and Item Writing

Instructor: Steven Herrine, MD
Date: Friday, October 4, 2013
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Develop a basic understanding of test construction item writing
  2. Critique test items relative to program content
  3. Incorporate general principles of item writing in constructing examinations for their respective student groups

Fundamentals of Effective Feedback and Remediation

Instructor: Karen Glaser; Katherine Berg, MD; Karen Novielli, MD; Ronald Hall, MD
Date: Friday, October 4, 2013
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Understand the difference between feedback and evaluation
  2. Describe the principles of effective feedback
  3. Learn to identify the factors in performance that describe the deficient health professions student
  4. Learn about remediation plans that have been shown to be effectives
  5. Understand the local processes for referral, intervention and remediation of the poorly performing student
  6. Identify appropriate and specific language for documentation of performance concerns and remediation plans

More Effective Teaching through Knowing your Learner

Instructor: Elena Umland, PharmD; Peter Ronner, PhD; John C. Lewis, EdD
Date: Friday, October 4, 2013
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Compare and contrast the different types of learners
  2. Be able to describe today's learner
  3. Be able to identify approaches to teaching that best match today's primary learning styles

Teaching Strategies: From the Bedside to the Desktop

Instructor: John C. Lewis, EdD; Gregary Marhefka, MD
Date: Friday, October 4, 2013
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Define the concept of "strategy" as applied to instructional techniques
  2. Identify key points in strategy development
  3. Recognize a model of strategy choice based upon both learning objectives and teaching settings
  4. Identify significant differences among clinical, in-class, blended and online learning experiences

Cultural Diversity Workshop

Instructor: Denice Cora-Bramble, MD, MBA*
Date: Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Length: 3 hours

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Participants will learn the importance of clinical applications of culturally competent care
  2. Minority Faculty Development including lessons from the field and emerging resilience research
  3. Cultural Competence in a Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Becoming a More Productive Writer

Instructor: Susan R. Johnson, MD*
Date: Friday, March 30, 2012
Length: 1 hour & 40 minutes

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Participants will learn the importance of the elements of an infrastructure to support writing
  2. Understand the theoretical concept "write to think," and how to apply to your own writing
  3. Understand the method of writing in regular, brief sessions
  4. Develop strategies for breaking writer's block

Academic Medicine and Industry: Managing Conflicts While Developing Relationships

Instructor: Jordan Cohen, MD*
Date: Thursday, October 11, 2012
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Provide attendees a better understanding of how to manage potential conflicts of interest that may arise when collaborating with industry
  2. Review the various conflicts that may arise within the practice of medicine
  3. Learn about the Physician Payment Sunshine Act which will require pharmaceutical and medical device companies to report payments made to doctors and teaching hospitals.

Harassment: What Is It and How Do We Prevent It?

Instructor: Sidney Steinberg*
Date: February 13, 2012
Length: 1 hour

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Objectives for this session:

  1. What is harassment?
  2. What is NOT harassment?
  3. What are your responsibilities?
  4. What should you do if harassment comes to your attention?

Berkowitz Humanism in Medicine Lecture: Why do we make it so difficult to die well in American health care institutions?

Instructor: Art Caplan, PhD
Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2012
Length: 1 hour & 10 minutes

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Objectives for this session:

  1. Participants will learn about advanced directives and why don't they work very well?
  2. What is POLST and is that likely to work any better?
  3. For patients, what matters to them in terms of autonomy?
  4. Should doctors be more paternalistic and if so how can this be done ethically?
  5. Make clear who has decision making authority when patients cannot communicate or even when they can.