The Teaching Academy is Open Virtually! You can reach us online Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
2021 Snow Season Education Retreat
Recordings and Resources from the January 13 and 14th events are available on the Teaching Academy website!
Welcome New Teaching Academy Members!
Karen Lounsbury, PhD, Pharmacology
Halle Sobel, MD, FACP, Medicine
Rebecca Wilcox, MD, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Dmitriy Akselrod, MD, Radiology
Deborah Cook, MD, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Thomas Delaney, PhD, Pediatrics
Clara Keegan, MD, Family Medicine
Anne Stowman, MD, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Jaspinder Sra, MD, Anesthesiology
Wasef Abu-Jaish, MD, Surgery
Daniel Ackil, DO, Surgery
Whittney Barkhuff, MD, PhD, Pediatrics
Michelle Cangiano, MD, Family Medicine
Benjamin Clements, MD, Family Medicine
Navid Esfandiari, PhD, Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences
Tabitha Ford, MD, Surgery
Matthew Geeslin, MD, MS, Radiology
Matthew Gilbert, DO, MPH, Medicine
Heather Herrington, MD, Surgery
Alicia Jacobs, MD, Family Medicine
F. Louis Kirk III, MD, Anesthesiology
George Kurien, MD, Surgery
Skyler Lentz, MD, Surgery
Mark Lach, MD, Radiology
Shea Lambirth, MD, Medicine
Katherine Mariani, MD, MPH, Family Medicine
Rachel McEntee, MD, Medicine
Carolyn Orgain, MD, Surgery
Christian Pulcini, MD, MPH, Surgery
Lindsay Reardon, MD, Surgery
Tamara Rimash, MD, Surgery
Matthew Siket, MD, Surgery
John Steele Taylor, MD, Neurological Sciences
Autumn Sacklow, MD, Surgery
The Society of Simulation in Healthcare is pleased to announce that Cate Nicholas EdD, MS, PA is being inducted into as a 2021 Fellow of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
This global group of professional healthcare simulationists are recognized for their sustained contributions and impact on the field of healthcare simulation and to SSH. Their work, dedication, and passion has helped shape the current art, science, and practice of healthcare simulation, and is helping to shape its future. To date, 91 individuals from 12 countries have been awarded this prestigious recognition. Fellows of the SSH Academy are selected through a rigorous peer-review process that evaluates the summative work and contributions in both healthcare simulation and to SSH. To achieve this designation indicates the very high level of contributions and impact that has been made by the nominee. The designation as a Fellow of the SSH Academy is prestigious and important to the healthcare simulation community as one of the fastest growing fields in healthcare education.
Teaching Academy Awards for Teaching and Educational Excellence
Innovation in Curriculum Development or Pedagogy Award
Molly Rideout, MD, Pediatrics
Educational Scholarship Award
Andrew Hale, MD, Medicine
Outstanding Contribution Award
Leah Burke, MD, Pediatrics
Frederick C. Morin III, MD Educational Leadership Award
Stephen Everse, PhD, Biochemistry
Distinguished Service Award
Alan Rubin, MD, Medicine and Psychiatry
Medical Group Education Awards
Continuing Medical Education Educator of the Year
Stephen Berns, MD, Family Medicine
Graduate Medical Education Educator of the Year
Julian Sprague, MD, PhD, Medicine
UVMHN Medical Group Education Grant
“Fostering gender equity to improve the clinical learning environment for medical learners at the University of Vermont”
PI: Richard Bounds, MD, Surgery-Emergency Medicine
CO PI: Tabitha Ford, MD, Surgery-Emergency Medicine
2020 NEGEA Annual Conference Abstract Compendium
Following the cancellation of our 2020 NEGEA Annual Conference due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the GEA has been committed to disseminating all work accepted for presentation to the conference via Regional Meeting Abstract Compendia. We are happy to announce that the 2020 NEGEA Abstract Compendium is now available online. This compendium includes all accepted abstracts and session proposals as they were submitted including: Innovation Abstracts, Research Abstracts, Workshops, Small Group Discussions, and Panel Discussions. ACCESS THE COMPENDIUM (PDF)
Faculty Development Series for Clinical Teachers 101
This 3-part faculty development series will cover all the major topics for Medical Education during the Clerkship. This program is available to all teachers, residents, fellows, faculty, and staff (i.e., clerkship coordinators). Each part (101, 201, and 301) consists of 6, one-hour sessions with the curriculum to repeat every 3 years. The curriculum is available at all teaching sites.
A Certificate of Completion will be awarded after completing at least 4/6 of the yearly sessions and a total of 12/18 (70%) of the sessions. Recordings are available on the Teaching Academy website.
|Date ||Time ||Session ||Instructor |
|September 24, 2020 ||7:30-8:30 am ||Grading/Assessment ||Garth Garrison, MD |
|December 10, 2020 ||7:30-8:30 am ||Anatomy of a Clerkship ||Elise Everett, MD |
|January 14, 2021 ||7:30-8:30 am ||Teaching in the Clinical Setting ||Karin Gray, MD |
|March 11, 2021 ||7:30-8:30 am ||Feedback (Formative/Summative) ||Cate Nicholas, EdD |
|May 13, 2021 ||7:30-8:30 am ||Competencies, Goals, Objectives ||William Raszka, MD |
|July 8, 2021 ||7:30-8:30 am ||UME Framework ||Kathryn Huggett, PhD |
CMIE credit is given for attendance.
In support of improving patient care, The Robert Larner College of Medicine at The University of Vermont is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
The University of Vermont designates each session a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)TM. Each physician should claim only those credits commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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