Faculty Development

Faculty Development 2020

Originally Presented September 7, 2020

By Dr. Yvonne Steinert, Dr. Page Morahan, Dr. Teresa Chan, Dr. Patricia O'Sullivan, Dr. Ugo Caramori

In September of 2020, the four of us had the good fortune of presenting a Best Practices presentation at the Association of Medical Educators of Europe (AMEE). You can see a recorded version of our talk below. For those of you interested in reading more, we have also included a number of the references we mention below in the notes.

Dr. Steinert's References

  1. Steinert Y. Perspectives on faculty development: aiming for 6/6 by 2020. Perspectives on medical education. 2012 Mar 1;1(1):31-42.

Dr. Morahan's References

  1. Zaidi Z, Verstegen D, Vyas R, Hamed O, DornanT, Morahan P. Cultural Hegemony? Educators’ perspectives on facilitating cross-cultural dialogue. Medical Education Online. November 25, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/meo.v21.33145

  2. Zaidi Z, Verstegen D, Naqvi R, Morahan P, Dornan T. Gender, religion, and sociopolitical issues in cross-cultural online education. Advances in Health Science Education. August 2015: 1382-4996.

  3. Ladhani Z, Shah H, Wells R, Friedman S, Bezuidenhout J, van Heerden B, Campos H, Morahan PS. Global leadership Model for Health Professions Education – A case Study of the FAIMER program. Journal of Leadership Education. Special 2015: 67-91

  4. Shah H, Ladhani Z, Morahan PS, Wells R. Global leadership model for health professions education Part 2: Teaching/Learning methods. Journal of Leadership Education. 2019;18 (1): 1-13. Doi: 10.12806/V18/I2/A2.

Dr. Chan's References

  1. Chorley A, Azzam K, Chan TM. Redesigning continuing professional development: Harnessing design thinking to go from needs assessment to mandate. Perspectives on Medical Education. 2020 Aug 12: Online First. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40037-020-00604-1

  2. McMaster Program for Faculty Development website: macpfd.ca

  3. ALiEM Faculty Incubator: aliem.com/faculty-incubator

Dr. O'Sullivan's References

1. O'Sullivan, P. S. & Irby, D. M. (2011). Reframing research on faculty development. Academic Medicine, 86, 421-428.

2. ESCape conference link: https://meded.ucsf.edu/faculty-educators/research-innovation/education-consultations/education-scholarship-conference-escape

Dr. Caramori's References

  1. Caramori, U., Mello, J. B. D., Barretto, C. A. P., Costa, R. D. M. R., Peña, S. S., Ramos, A. L. C., ... & Pavan, M. V. (2020). The Fellows Project: Education Skills for Health Profession Students. Revista Brasileira de Educação Médica, 44(1).

  2. Steinert, Y. (2000). Faculty development in the new millennium: key challenges and future directions. Medical teacher, 22(1), 44-50.

  3. KAHU, Ella R. Framing student engagement in higher education. Studies in higher education, v. 38, n. 5, p. 758-773, 2013.

  4. Freire P. 1979. Terra EPe, editor. Educação e Mudança. 38th ed. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  5. Baron P, Corbin L. 2012. Student engagement: rhetoric and reality. Higher Education Research & Development. 31(6):759-772.