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Resident Teaching at CWRU: Mandates, Opportunities, and Challenges. Dan Wolpaw, M.D. Professor of Medicine Director, Undergraduate Clinical Education Programs Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Cleveland, Ohio, USA. What Big Brother is Saying: 2010 LCME Review Guidelines.

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resident teaching at cwru mandates opportunities and challenges
Resident Teaching at CWRU:

Mandates, Opportunities, and Challenges

Dan Wolpaw, M.D.

Professor of Medicine

Director, Undergraduate Clinical Education Programs

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

what big brother is saying 2010 lcme review guidelines
What Big Brother is Saying:2010 LCME Review Guidelines
  • ED-24:

At an institution offering a medical education program, residents who supervise or teach medical students and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the biomedical sciences who serve as teachers or teaching assistants must be familiar with the educational objectives of the course or clerkship and be prepared for their roles in teaching and assessment.

setting the table
Setting the Table
  • The minimum expectations for achieving compliance with this standard are that: (a) residents … receive a copy of the course or clerkship/clerkship rotation objectives and clear guidance from the course or clerkship/clerkship rotation director about their roles in teaching and assessing medical students and (b) the institution and/or its relevant departments provide resources (e.g., workshops, resource materials) to enhance the teaching and assessment skills of residents and other non-faculty instructors. There should be central monitoring of the level of residents’ and other instructors’ participation in activities to enhance their teaching and assessment skills.
closing the loop
Closing the Loop
  • There should be formal evaluation of the teaching and assessment skills of residents and other non-faculty instructors, with opportunities provided for remediation if their performance is inadequate.Evaluation methods could include direct observation by faculty, feedback from medical students through course and clerkship/clerkship rotation evaluations or focus groups, or any other suitable method.
  • Student perception of resident participation
teaching development opportunities
Teaching Development Opportunities
  • CAML Workshops
    • Identifying Learner Needs
    • Feedback in Medical Education
    • CWRU Curriculum and Teaching Opportunities
    • Feedback and Evaluation
    • SNAPPS
    • Strategies for Time Efficient Teaching
    • How to Write Effective Learning Objectives
    • Problem Learners
    • Expertise and the Expert Learner
teaching development opportunities1
Teaching Development Opportunities
  • Specialty resources
    • On-line resources
    • Texts
intern as teacher residents as teachers task force module

Intern as TeacherResidents as Teachers Task Force Module

Joyce Wipf, MD

University of Washington

Seattle, WA

Paul Aronowitz, MD

California Pacific Medical Center

San Francisco, CA

teaching opportunities for residents
Teaching Opportunities for Residents
  • Medical School Curriculum: Pre-Clerkship
    • IQ facilitation
    • Physical Diagnosis curriculum
    • Specialty teaching: Ortho residents in Musculo-skeletal week, Neuro residents in Block 6
    • Clinical Immersions
  • Clerkships/Electives/Acting Internships
    • Inpatient teams
    • Outpatient clinics and ERs
    • IQ+ Friday afternoon curriculum
    • Mentorship/Role modeling
challenges
Challenges
  • Resident-Medical student relationships in the era of duty hours
  • Ongoing assessment and program evaluation