Canadian University Links for Faculty Development Resources/Information:

Rural Medical Education (RMED) -

Competencies for Teachers - FTA Framework

Fundamental Teaching Activities Framework – what are the competencies I need to have to teach?

https://www.cfpc.ca/uploadedfiles/education/_pdfs/fta_guide_tm_eng_apr15_rev.pdf

Do you have questions about the FTA and how it can be used?  Go to:

https://www.cfpc.ca/uploadedFiles/Education/For_Teacher/FTA_FAQs_final_ENG.pdf

Graduate Education Opportunities

Medical Education opportunities at USask –  including Graduate Programs

  • Certificates, Clinician Educator Diploma, Masters in Education

Teaching TIPS

Society of Teachers of Family medicine - Student Onboarding:   https://www.stfm.org/studentonboarding

Marcel Dion - 9 Teaching Tips

Med Ed Portal

Med Ed Journals:

Can Medical Education Journal


Blog

Canadain Medical Education Jopurnal - https://words.usask.ca/cmejblog/

BEME

Family Medicine Links

Podcasts

The KeyLIME podcast

http://www.royalcollege.ca/rcsite/canmeds/keylime-podcasts-e

The Simulation Podcast

http://simulationpodcast.com/

Videos

Undergraduate Teaching Resources
Teaching Tips

Webinars (see also under Events)

Indigenous webinars

 

Online Seminars:

Medical Education List Serv:
Explore the DR-ED archives: https://list.msu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=DR-ED
 
Twitter:
To follow along and join in the discussion during the chat, log in to your Twitter account then search for #mededchat. Select "Latest" from the menu and you will see the responses coming in! 
 
Med Organizations to join:
CAME

 

 

 

Medical Education Conferences

Key meetings at local, provincial, national and international venues, of interest to those involved in medical and health professions education.

        Local/ Internal

        External

        2018-2019 Sessions

       2019 Conferences

5th International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions

September 23-25, 2019

Conference description

This conference brings together international faculty development leaders and educators in the health sciences to share best practices and current research in faculty development and to foster a global community of leaders and educators in the field.

Overall goals

  • Bring together international faculty development leaders and educators in the academic health sciences
  • Share best practices and current research in faculty development
  • Foster a global community of leaders in Faculty Development

Indigenous Resources

https://teaching.usask.ca/curriculum/indigenization.php#IndigenizationandTheUniversityofSaskatchewan

Graduate Programs

Definition
We use a collaborative, result-orientated process to help individual faculty (or faculty groups) of the College of Medicine in achieving a specific, professional goal. 

Scholarship
Master’s Program
Currently, a Masters in Educational Administration (with a specialization in Medical Education) is offered through the College of Education.

 

For events/workshops directly targeted at Grad Students and PostDocs

Postgraduate Teaching Resources

  • Working with PGME and CBME leads
  • Local/ Departmental/Group/ Sites – rounds, retreats, workshops
  • Annual Med Ed Research and Scholarship Day – CBME stream
  • RCPSC resources – webinars, meantime e book, modules, presentations
  • Webinars available- AAMC, IASME, AMEE, CAME, etc.
  • PGME CBME webpage and newsletter
  • Central templates but department tailored
  • FD sessions at PG Director or DH request

 

https://medicine.usask.ca/residents/pgme-programs.php#CompetencebyDesign

RCPSC CBD resources: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons CBD Resources

 

Family Medicine:

College of Family Physicians of Canada Triple C curriculum and Faculty Development Resources

https://www.cfpc.ca/teaching/

 

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine - Residency Curriculum Resource: https://stfm.org/

 

What are learning analytics?

For information on Learning Analytics go to AskAMEE for a  primer: https://www.askamee.org/learninganalytics;  note the SK connection – Dr. Brent Thoma!

Faculty Development Website Survey

Click the link below to complete a short survey that will assist us in continuous improvement of our website. We sincerely appreciate your feedback here.

Faculty Development Website Survey