Faculty Development in the Covid 19 Era: How to Optimally Meet the ACGME Requirements



This course will provide innovative yet pragmatic techniques and tools to help residency programs provide comprehensive faculty development which meets the ACGME requirements. The course will discuss faculty development in: 1) teaching (teaching theory, resident focused/gauging learners, optimizing environment, optimizing lectures/posters, improving as an educator, modeling professionalism, high quality/cost effective clinical care, organizing clinical discussions/rounds/journal clubs/conferences, and providing effective feedback/evaluations/constructive criticism); 2) wellness/well-being (proactive action, prevention/address of faculty/resident burnout, depression, anxiety, substance abuse); 3) patient safety (goals, tools, techniques, systems, reporting events including near misses, root cause analysis, disclosure of adverse events, simulation), 4) quality improvement (training in QI processes, health care disparities, providing quality metrics and benchmarks, interprofessional QI activities); 5) scholarship (peer reviewed grants and grant leadership, QI/Patient safety initiatives, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, innovations in education, curricula development, workshops, webinars, evaluation tools, electronic education, professional committees, educational organizations, editorial boards). The attendees will be provided with handouts outlining specific take home methods/techniques to implement the various facets of faculty development. They will also receive forms designed to concisely document fulfillment of ACGME annual program requirements regarding faculty development.
Of Interest To
Practice Managers
Therapeutic Area
Practice Management