Why is this important?
There are vast resources now available on teaching and learning in all areas of medical education. It is hard to weed through it all or know where to start. Faculty Development has taken on a curator role by sifting through these to select some of the key resources. We hope this can help provide you with some direction when looking to improve your knowledge and skills as a clinical teacher or in the “classroom” environment. We want to encourage and support your continuing professional development in medical education.
There are both formal and informal options for mentoring if you are interested. Please contact our office if you are interested in looking for a mentor. We also have PROMPT-MED as a formal process for direct observation and feedback as another option for mentoring.
Contact Medicinefaculty.email@example.com or call our office. Feel free to drop by and explore our resources.
- Touch down space available in the FD office; see our list of resources
- Remediation resources
- Peer observation and feedback (
- Med Ed Research and scholarship /SoTL opportunities ( go to the research tab for more information)
- Medical Education Conference listings
- Mainpro and MOC applications
The purpose of this program is to provide opportunities for faculty to grow their