Education Matters (Archive)

Education Matters No. 22 – Spring 2015: Scholarship in Faculty Development

  • Zipping Back and Forth Between Research and Practice
  • Feedback in Clinical Education
  • Academic Half Days in Resident Education
  • Development of an Interprofessional Preceptor Orientation Manual
  • Teaching Perspectives of Expert PBL Tutors: Do Professional Backgrounds Matter?
  • Boot Camp Tough but Teaching Supports welcomed

Education Matters No. 21 – Spring 2014: Celebrating 20 Years of Faculty Development: Looking Back and Moving Forward

  • The Early Years: People and Milestones
  • Celebrating 10 Years of the Annual William Webber Lectures
  • From a 3M National Teaching Fellow: A Random Visitor
  • The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same
  • Looking Forward Through the Tales from the Past
  • Faculty of Medicine: A Vision for Education
  • Synergies in Faculty Development and Continuing Professional Development

Education Matters No. 20 – Spring 2013: Hot Topics in Faculty Development

  • Curriculum Renewal and Faculty Development
  • Interprofessional Education and Health Professional Education: an Oxymoron?
  • Virtual Patients in Health Care Education
  • Pathology’s Peer Evaluation Process
  • Flipping the Classroom in Practice
  • No Matter How You Slice it, it’s All Faculty Development
  • Harnessing the Energy for Curricular Change in the School of Population and Public Health

Education Matters No.19 – Spring 2012: Teaching Tips and More for Members of the UBC Faculty of Medicine

  • Teaching tips from faculty and students
  • Three Ways to Teach Non-verbal Communications Skills in the Clinic
  • Visions for Programs within the Faculty
  • “Program milestones”: Quick References to Determine What Your Student Should Already Know and Where Your Student is Heading
  • “Five by Five”: Five faculty members from across BC share their teaching experiences
  • Advantages of a Clinical Faculty Appointment: Personal Benefits and Academic Services & Resources
  • A Day in the Life of a Standardized Patient: An Actor Offers her Insights

Education Matters No.18 – September 2010:

  • The Sixth William Webber Lecture in Medical Education: “Empathy and medical education
  • 2010 Killiam Teaching Prize Recipients
  • 2010-2011 Faculty Development Initiatives Grant Recipients
  • 2010 Contest on Tips for Teaching Winners

Education Matters No. 17 – Jul 2009:

  • The Fifth William Webber Lecture in Medical Education: “Teaching Essential Lessons in Medicine through Art”
  • 2009 Faculty Development Initiatives Grant Recipients
  • UBC Centre for Health Education Scholarship
  • Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships: New References and the Australian Experience
  • UBC Medical Education Research abstracts
  • Integrated Community Clerkship at UBC

Education Matters No. 16 – June 2008:

  • The Fourth William Webber Lecture in Medical Education: “A Personal Commentary on Some Trends in Medical Education
  • UBC Medical Education Research abstracts
  • 2008-2009 Faculty Development Initiatives Grant recipients
  • 2008 Faculty of Medicine Teaching Awards
  • 2007 Killiam Teaching Prize Recipients

Education Matters No. 15 – June 2007:

  • The Third William Webber Lecture in Medical Education: “Pathology/Medicine and Knowledge Revolution
  • UBC Medical Education Research Abstracts
  • “ACT” – Advanced Clinical Teaching Certificate Course Update
  • 2006 Killiam Teaching Prize Recipients
  • 2007 Faculty of Medicine Teaching Awards

Education Matters No. 14 – April 2006: In Memory of Dr. William Webber

  • In Memory of Dr. William Webber
  • The Second William Webber Lecture in Medical Education: “Are Good Teachers Born or Made?
  • A Short Bio of the Second William Webber Lecturer – Dr. Peter Grantham
  • Does Motivation Theory Inform our Practice?
  • Department of Psychiatry in Richmond Hospital: An Experience in ABC Primer “En Masse”

Education Matters No. 13 – June 2005:

  • The First William Webber Lecture in Medical Education: “Evolution of Medical Education in the 20th Century
  • UBC Medical Education Research Abstracts
  • 2005 Killiam Teaching Prize Recipients
  • 2005 Faculty of Medicine Teaching Awards

Education Matters No. 12 – February 2005: Spotlight on Problem Based Learning

  • The William Webber Lecture in Medical Education
  • P2P1A and the Meaning of Life
  • Promoting Life-Long Learning Skills through Problem Based Learning
  • Problem Based Learning: A ‘ForWard’ Step
  • “How does the Learning Happen in Problem Based Learning?”
  • The UBC Faculty Certificate Program on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
  • UBC Certificate in Practice Education for Health and Human Services

Education Matters No. 11 – June 2004: The Recognition and Reward of Teaching

  • The Spirit of Teaching
  • 2004 Killam Teaching Prize Recipients
  • Teaching in the Island Medical Program and the Northern Medical Program
  • Documenting Evidence of Teaching – The Teaching Dossier
  • UBC Medical Education Research abstracts
  • Teaching Skills for Community Based Preceptors

Education Matters No. 10 – February 2004: Building Relationships in Medical Education

  • A Rural, Remote and Community Based Curriculum: The Flinders University Experience
  • Communication Skills: The Key to Effective Doctor-Patient Relationships
  • Building Relationships within the Community: An Interview with Dr. Harry Karlinsky
  • Teaching and Learning Medicine with…Movies
  • The OB/GYN Clerkship: Moving in the Right Direction!

Education Matters No. 9 – October 2003: Spotlight on Formal Instruction

  • Review of Program Evaluation for the MD Undergraduate Program: An Interview with Dr. David Kaufman
  • The Art of Lecturing
  • Web-Based Teaching and Learning
  • Teaching Skills for Community Based Preceptors Booklet
  • e-Learning Technologies for MD Undergraduate Expansion
  • Doctor/Dentist, Patient and Society

Education Matters No. 8 – July 2003: A Focus on Assessment

  • An Interview with Dr. Gordon Page
  • Sharing Learning Materials between Medical Schools
  • WebEVAL Moves into the Clinical Years
  • Rebuttal: Does Technology Improve the Quality of Medical Education?
  • Scottish Insights on Assessments
  • Attending the Resident in Difficulty

Education Matters No. 7 – January 2003: Teaching and Learning with Technology Issue

  • Does Technology Improve the Quality of Medical Education?
  • Teaching and Learning with… Electronic Information Resources
  • Developing Computer Tutorials Using PowerPoint
  • Teaching and Learning with… the CurrMIT Curriculum Database
  • Clinical Teaching Tidbit “Do They Know What They Don’t Know?”
  • Teaching and Learning Medicine with Videoconferencing
  • Educational Technology Centre
  • “Handheld Technology at the Point of Care”

Education Matters No. 6 – November 2002: Medical Education at UBC and Beyond Issue

  • New Appointments: Undergraduate Curriculum
  • Faculty Development is Online
  • Undergraduate Perspectives: “On Being a Preceptor” and “A Small Town Feeling”
  • External Perspective
  • Faculty Footsteps: Kathmandu University Medical School

Education Matters No. 5 – June 2002: Recognition and Reward Issue

  • 2002 Killam Teaching Prize Recipients
  • The Teaching Dossier
  • Career Award in Clinical Teaching

Education Matters No. 4 – March 2002

  • Faculty Development and Educational Support In the Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty Development Initiatives Grant Program: Call for Applications
  • The Learning Cycle
  • Celebration of Achievements: Killam Teaching Prizes