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The curriculum will focus on two areas:

1. Development as a medical educator to include curriculum design, adult learning theory, multiple modalities for teaching, and educational research and scholarship.

2. Development as a leader for emergency medicine residencies and undergraduate medical education in emergency medicine.

Medical Education Training/Opportunities

The curriculum will focus on two areas:

- Education using books on leadership and education with discussion of the reading on a monthly basis.

- Develop an Educational Project that is of the caliber to be presented a CORD, SAEM or ACEP.

- Participate in the Yale Center for Medical Simulation (YCMS) Debriefing Course.

- Participate as a member of the YNHH GME Committee.

- The fellow will develop and implement an educational curriculum for Emergency Medicine Residents or for medical students rotating in Emergency Medicine.

- We will allow the fellow to select a particular track to focus their education geared towards their particular area of interest.

  • Residency Education – they will focus their education project towards residency education, curriculum developments, assessment including the milestones and feedback.
  • Undergraduate Medical Education – they will work directly with the Director of Undergraduate Medical Education and focus their education project towards student education, curriculum development, LCME guidelines and assessment using the entrustable professional activities

Areas for this education will include but not be limited to the following:
  • Adult learning theory and implementation
  • Bedside teaching
  • Large group teaching
  • Small group teaching
  • Teaching using simulation
  • Evaluation
  • Feedback
  • Communication of goals
  • Self-directed learning
  • Working with a challenging learner