A longitudinal interprofessional faculty development program for clinical teachers in the medical and health professions in the Faculty of Medicine, UBC. Find out more about the program and how to join our next cohort.
The theme is Teaching and Assessing Learners with Disabilities.
Dr. William Webber Lecture will be presented by Dr. Lisa Meeks, University of Michigan Medical School.
This tool provides guidance for faculty, learners and staff on how to address actions that are not aligned with those expectations, particularly from the perspective of bystanders or witnesses. Take the module now!
The Office of Faculty Development fulfills the strategic plan of the Faculty of Medicine at UBC by supporting faculty in their roles as teachers and cultivates a culture of teaching that fosters faculty engagement and inclusion.
Featured Programs & Resources
Introductory Resource – Mini-modules
The four mini-modules cover the interrelated concepts of co-creating goals, doing direct observation and giving feedback, engaging in collaborative questioning to probe clinical reasoning, and reflecting on the experience to offer guidance for self-directed learning.
Residents as Teachers
Residents as Teachers (RaT) provides residency programs with a curriculum, facilitation materials, and other supports to teach residents to be effective teachers.
Teacher Certificate Program
The Teacher Certificate Program is a longitudinal program comprising five workshops. It addresses foundational pedagogy and skills for teachers in medical education. It is delivered cyclically at the distributed sites of the UBC Medical Education Program.
Faculty Development E-Newsletter
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