Development for Faculty Developers
As a faculty development person, you need development too! In this section we will be providing some useful links to faculty development resources that you might enjoy. These have been created or curated by Dr. Chan to help you with your development journey.
ALiEM MEdIC Series (aliem.com/medic) - This series was created by Dr. Chan and a team of educators. It features a series of nearly 50 cases that face clinical faculty commonly. They are written for an emergency medicine crowd (that's the website it's hosted on), but the cases should resonate with many groups. Each case has objectives, guided questions, and expert commentaries you can use to scaffold your debriefing. It also has a Curated Commentary based on online discussions that emerged when the case first launched - to help you anticipate what other faculty might see and hear. Check them out.
AMEE 2020 Best Practices (Click here to view video) - Dr. Chan was invited to speak at the AMEE conference (which was virtual this year). She collaborated with 4 other amazing faculty developers from around the world to present this plenary session.
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Post a blog template
Here is a blog post template you can visit (and download) to curate content you think is important.
Here is a PDF handout template that you can visit (and download) to create content that augments your post, and is more email friendly.
Once filled out, please submit on Slack.
Draft a pitch for a new idea (non-event)
If you're interested in pitching the MacPFD or CPD team with a new idea, use this template to create a One Page Pitch (OPP) and email it to our email.
Submit an Event
Here is a template you can download to submit an event through MacPFD. Please DOWNLOAD (rather than request access).
Submit your event for review via: bit.ly/FacDevEvent
Build a QUEST
We have created a new QUEST builder portal for you to enter your new MacPFD QUESTs once you've completed your work on your Google Doc Template. Click here to submit your QUEST: https://bit.ly/FacDevQUEST
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