Medical Education Fellowship 2014 - 2015
Frequently Asked Questions
- Who is eligible?
- All full-time faculty holding a rank of assistant professor or higher are eligible to participate.collapse
- How do I get nominated?
- In the spring of each academic year, department chairs nominate their faculty to participate in the MEF for the coming year. This nomination includes a brief description of the faculty member’s proposed medical education project, which is a priority for the medical school and/or the department. Faculty interested in participating should meet with their chair to express interest in the Fellowship and request that their nomination be considered.collapse
- What is the selection process?
- The TLC faculty reviews the nominees and their proposed medical education project. Consideration is given to having equal representation of fellows from participating departments as well as the priority of the project to the medical school/department. The Fellowship accepts up to 14 Fellows each academic year.collapse
- What is the participating fellow's commitment?
- Design an educational project, which will be implemented in their department, and attending all MEF sessions.Present their project at the poster presentation during Medical Education Day at Yale.collapse
- What is my department's commitment?
- Department chairs must release their participating faculty from other responsibilities for:
- Sessions held twice monthly, each session is two hours, from September through May
- Participation in Medical Education Day at Yale, a half-day conference held in May of each year.
- Develop the skills to design and implement an educational project.
- Explore principles of learning as they apply to a variety of teaching strategies.
- Apply the educational literature to the project you design.
- Develop effective teaching skills.
- Enhance skills in giving feedback.
Coffee/tea served at 3:45pm - Sessions begin promptly at 4:00pm and end at 6:00pm
Session Dates and Topics
|1||Mon, Sep 15, 2014||TLC||Welcome, Overview/Educational Scholarship Introduction|
|2||Mon, Sep 29, 2014||SHM L 103||Effectively Searching the Medical Education Literature|
|3||Mon, Oct 13, 2014
|4||Mon, Oct 27, 2014||TLC||Foundations of Teaching|
Mon, Nov 10, 2014
6:00 - 7:30pm
MEF Alumni Reception
|6||Mon, Dec 8, 2014||TLC||Project Presentation|
|7||Mon, Jan 12, 2015||TLC||Observation and Feedback: 5 minute Teaching Exercise|
|8||Mon, Jan 26, 2015||TLC||Observation and Feedback: 5 minute Teaching Exercise|
|9||Mon, Feb 9, 2015||TLC||Program Evaluation|
|10||Mon, Feb 23, 2015||TLC||Observation and Feedback: 5 minute Teaching Exercise|
|11||Mon, Mar 9, 2015||TLC||Project Presentation|
|12||Mon, Mar 23, 2015||TLC||Project Presentation|
|13||Mon, Apr 6, 2015||TLC||Project Presentation|
|14||Mon, Apr 20, 2015||TLC||Project Presentation|
|15||Mon, Apr 27, 2015
12-2pm and 4-6pm
|TLC||Individual Project Help|
|16||Thr, May 21, 2015
Medical Education Day
Clinical Instructor in Medicine
Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences
Instructor in Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology)
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Riva Ariella Ritvo Professor of Pediatric Oncology Psychosocial Services, Yale Child Study Center
Deputy Chair for Training and Education and Director of Medical Studies, Yale Child Study Center
Medical Director, Children's Psychiatric Inpatient Service at Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Radiology
Assistant professor, department of body imaging
Associate Professor of Diagnostic Radiology
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Neurology Residency Program Director
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Associate Director of Education, Psychological Medicine Service.
Attending, CL Psychiatry and HIV Psychiatry Program, York Campus.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and of Surgery (Transplant)
Director, Transplant Psychiatry Services at Yale New Haven Hospital