Faculty Development Update

Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Save the date: Friday afternoon March 9, 2018

March Maple, Medical Education and More: Spring Faculty Development Half Day

After a successful Winter Faculty Development Half Day on Dec 6 2017 attended by two dozen faculty, we are continuing this format with our spring faculty development half day (right before the March break). 

Note that all sessions are useful as ‘stand alone’ sessions, but some are part of ongoing longitudinal series. If you didn’t attend part one in December, don’t despair! We will be offering online options for people who didn’t attend to download the content, and have interactive videos and other resources. These will be available by mid February with more details to follow. 

Draft Agenda (subject to change)

Location: Department of Family Medicine, uOttawa, 850 Peter Morand Crescent

Date and time: Friday, March 9th, 12:30-5:00 PM

TSAA and Mainpro Plus Credits to be sought

Session A Preparing for promotion: advancing your career as a medical educator

Dr. Dianne Delva

Dr. Douglas Archibald

Session B 'FIFE with style!’: Helping learners to demonstrate active listening skills, context integration, and exploration of a patient’s illness experience

Dr. Monica Brewer

Dr. Alan Ng

Session C

Practical tips on assessing learners’ cognitive biases

Dr. Madeleine Montpetit
Session D "Rocking the Mentorship Challenge”: excelling at your role as a mentor for family medicine learners" Dr. Sohil Rangwala
Session E Tech tools for faculty: “What you need, when you need it: Connecting Faculty to free online local Faculty Development Resources" Dr. Eric Wooltorton

If you didn’t attend part 1, don’t worry! You can attend online. Email Asiya Rolston at  facdevdfm@uottawa.ca for more information!

Our faculty development program is “faculty driven”. Please don’t hesitate to email me   eric.wooltorton@uottawa.ca  about what’s working for you, and on what you would like to see.

Sincerely,

Eric Wooltorton MD
Director of Faculty Development

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