CED Evening Curriculum
The core of the Clinician Educator Distinction curriculum, these 1-2 hour evening sessions provide CED residents with the framework and tools to teach in various clinical settings and gain appreciation for the methods in which medical education scholarship can be conducted. One evening session is held per month, with the curriculum running over a 2-year period. Sessions are primarily remote via zoom with hands-on teaching skills taught in person. Starting in academic year 2022-23, CED residents will participate in evening sessions alongside residents in clinician-educator tracks in other specialties as part of a GME-wide effort to increase education skills across the institution.
Current residents, please visit the Teams page for an up-to-date of specific sessions that will be conducted this academic year.
Below is a sampling of sessions that CED residents can expect over a two year period:
|CED 1||CED 2|
|Structured Observation||Learning Climate|
|Medical Education Teaching Portfolio||Technology in Teaching|
|Core Skills: Bedside Teaching||Learner Assessment|
|Core Skills: Effective Feedback||Core Skills: Difficult Learner|
|Core Skills: Small Group Teaching||Core Skills: PowerPoint Presentations|
|Core Skills: Chalk Talks||Core Skills: Chalk Talks|
|Core Skills: Extemporaneous Teaching||Core Skills: Extemporaneous|
|Medical Education Journal Club & Scholarship in Progress||Medical Education Journal Club & Scholarship in Progress|
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