Friday, November 18, 2016
07:30 AM - 09:00 AM
CMET 988 (Department of Medical Education)
808 South Wood Street
Chicago, IL 60612
This series of workshops focus on aspects of the College of Medicine’s curriculum transformation in which Pathology faculty will play a significant role.
Major aspects of the curriculum transformation are expected to be: an integrated curriculum – with five major themes [Foundational Knowledge; Clinical Practice; Professional Development; Health, Illness and Society; Health Care Systems]; more active learning; more formative assessment and feedback on student performance; more rigorous assessment of learning and more comprehensive program evaluation. Our series of workshops will engage us in addressing these topics and issues, which apply to both medical student and graduate programs.
Each month's sessions are given both on a Tuesday afternoon (4:00-5:30 pm - with appetizers) and a Friday morning (7:30-9:00 am - with breakfast). Faculty need only attend one session each month.
July and August 2016 - Curriculum Transformation
September and October 2016 - Active and Self-Directed Learning
November and December 2016 - Challenges in Assessment
January 2017 - Curriculum Evaluation for Quality Improvement
Ilene Harris, PhD, Departments of Medical Education and Pathology
Amy Lin, MD, Department of Pathology