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A Faculty Member’s Guide to Supporting Students Before, During and After the National Residency Match

KEYWORDS: canadian resident matching service, CaRMS, carms support, guide to supporting residents, match, matching, residency, resident match process, resident matching service, Residents

Created by the UBC MD Undergraduate Program (MDUP) Office of Student Affairs and the Office of
Faculty Development, this guide outlines the ways faculty members can support medical students
before, during, and after the National Residency Match, and where to learn about reference letters if
students request one from you as a faculty member.

Integrated Community Clerkships (ICC)

KEYWORDS: clerkships, ICC, integrated, integrated community clerkships, patient care, UGME, Year 3

This infographic describes Integrated Community Clerkships (ICC) in year 3 of UBC’s Undergraduate Medical Education Program (UGME). ICC embeds students in communities to learn about comprehensive patient care through longitudinal relationships with patients and preceptors.

Harnessing Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Teaching – November 27th, 2023

KEYWORDS: AI, AI in Teaching, AI principles for teachers, Artificial Intelligence, experiences with AI, faculty, Harnessing AI, Harnessing Artificial Intelligence

A Panel on Principles for Teachers in the Faculty of Medicine. Includes a general introduction to artificial intelligence, faculty and learner experiences with AI and a facilitated Q&A with Dr. Adrian Yee, Alice Mui, Michael Lai and Joseph Anthony.

A Day in the Life of a Preceptor

KEYWORDS: a day in the life, a day in the life of a preceptor, clinical teaching, community teaching, day in the life, DITL, family medicine, family practice, FP, preceptor, teaching

VFMP Faculty Development have partnered with the Divisions of Family Practice to design this program for family physicians to recognize and support their contribution to the UBC medical school. This is a novel program that has been developed by family physicians, for family physicians. It is structured around how teaching is typically sequenced in a community-based office. The program covers 5 topics:

  • Preparing for Teaching
  • Learning Relationships
  • Teaching Skills – in Office
  • Teaching Skills – Virtual
  • Feedback,
  • Assessment, Observation

Clinical Decision Making in Clinical Skills Integration (CSI)

KEYWORDS: clinical decision making, clinical decision making in clinical skills integration, clinical skills, clinical skills integration, CSI, decision making

Clinical reasoning and clinical decision making are the steps and processes involved in how clinicians make decisions about finding out what is going on with their patients (diagnosis) and finding solutions (treatment) for their patients’ problems. This resource will go over:

  • Key clinical decision making terms
  • Students’ experience with clinical decision making
  • How tutors support students’ clinical decision making in CSI

Resources for Lecturers

KEYWORDS: design and deliver, design and deliver effective lectures, effective lectures, large group, Large Group Learning, lecturers, Lectures, lecturing, resources for lecturers, resources for lectures, teaching, teaching support

This page contains a comprehensive set of resources developed in association with UBC Faculty of Medicine lecturers to support the design and delivery of effective and engaging sessions. Includes links to:

  • Design and Deliver Effective Lectures module
  • Key materials and resources
  • Teaching & technical support

Accommodations in the Real World – Accessible Clinical Education

KEYWORDS: ableism, Accessibility, accessible clinical education, Accessible training, accommodations, accommodations in the real world, disability, Inclusivity

CATEGORY: Clinical, Video

Sarah Knitter, Co-Director of the UBC Centre for Accessibility, talks about ableism, types of clinical accommodations and what that looks like in the real world. This video also goes over the process for determining reasonable accommodations.

Creating Inclusive Training Programs for Trainees with Disabilities

KEYWORDS: Abelism, Accessibility, accessible clinical education, Accessible training, accommodations, Creating Inclusive Training Programs for Trainees with Disabilities, Disabilities, Dr. Lisa Meeks, inclusive training, Inclusivity, Lisa Meeks, Med Ed Day

CATEGORY: All, All, Video

The 17th Annual Dr. William Webber Lecture by Dr. Lisa Meeks. Delivered at Medical Education Day, March 3rd, 2023, Dr. Meeks goes over ableism in health professions training and outlines the value of having a diverse faculty.

Inclusivity in the Learning Environment – PowerPoint Slides

KEYWORDS: Inclusive, Inclusivity, Inclusivity in the Learning Environment, Learning Environment, power point, powerpoint, PPT

CATEGORY: All, All, All, Both, Learning Environment, PDF/Document, PowerPoint

This is the group presentation version of the Office of Faculty Development’s Inclusivity in the Learning Environment online module for in-person or virtual delivery, and is accredited (see statement). Click the link below for access.

The University of British Columbia Division of Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD) is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Continuing Medical Education (CACME) to provide study credits for continuing medical education for physicians.

This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and has been approved by UBC CPD for up to 1.5 MOC Section 1 Group Learning credits. This program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by UBC CPD for up to 1.5 Mainpro+ Group Learning credits. Each physician should claim only those credits accrued through participation in the activity.

Feedback to Teachers

KEYWORDS: assessment for residents, Assessment Form, assessment forms for faculty, assessment support, FAQ, feedback to teachers, one45, peer support, peer support volunteer program, promotion, promotion and advancement, teacher assessment, teacher assessment forms, teacher support

This webpage contains information that helps faculty understand teacher assessment. You will find:

  • an FAQ that addresses common questions Educational Leads and teachers have regarding the assessment process
  • how you can access One45 and receive reports
  • information on the Peer Support Volunteer Program for discussing feedback
  • how to request assessment or reports for promotion and advancement
  • samples of Teacher Assessment Forms for faculty and residents

Assessment of Teacher by Learner – FAQ

KEYWORDS: assessment of teacher, assessment of teacher by learner, faculty feedback, faculty support, FAQ, feedback on teaching, frequently asked questions, support, teacher assessment, teacher feedback, teacher support

The Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) Program strives to provide faculty and teachers with feedback from learners on their teaching. This FAQ info sheet is for Faculty and teachers and contains common questions Educational Leads and teachers have regarding this process.

Peer Support Volunteer Program

KEYWORDS: feedback, feedback support, peer, peer support, peer support program, peer support volunteer program, support for teachers, teacher assessment, teacher feedback

The Peer Support Volunteer Program aims to empower teachers to act on their teaching assessments to improve their teaching with the support of a peer. We are seeking both teachers who would like to act as Peer Support Volunteers AND teachers who would like to access this support.