[IM]EDucators #4: Maximizing Impact as an Inpatient Teaching Attending
[IM]EDucators Faculty Development Series #4
[IM]EDucators, the educational faculty development series, was created from faculty requests across the department for additional training in teaching skills. Whether you teach preclinical or clinical students, residents, or fellows in the hospital or clinic, you will find plenty of helpful teaching tips from our seasoned master educators.
This session's information is as follows:
Topic: Maximizing Impact as an Inpatient Teaching Attending
Time: 12 - 1 p.m.
Date: Friday, December 2, 2022
Presenters: Naseema Merchant, MBBS & Chris Sankey, MD
Reminders and zoom link info will be circulated monthly via each department section, the Events newsletter, and through Dr. Adam Mayerson’s office (for affiliated faculty who may not get through section news).
All previous and current sessions will be available on the website. All sessions are available for CME credit and be viewed on the department’s calendar (search for [IM]Educators).
- Naseema Merchant, FCCP, FACP, FHM, MBBSAssistant Professor; Physician Lead, High Reliability Organization, Medicine; Site Director, Chief Residency Program in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Medicine; Site Director, Internal Medicine Clerkship, Medicine; Co-Director, Distinction Pathway, Quality Improvement and Physician Leadership, Medicine
- Christopher Sankey, MD, FACP, SFHMAssociate Professor of Internal Medicine (General Medicine); Associate Professor of Medicine, General Internal Medicine; Director, Program in Hospital Medicine, General Internal Medicine; Co-Firm Chief, Hospital Medicine Firm, General Internal Medicine; Core Faculty, Quality Improvement and Physician Leadership Distinction Pathway, Residency Programs; Faculty Director, Hospital Medicine Elective Rotation, Residency Programs