Professional Development

Upcoming Events And Registration

Journal Club

Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
MR5 Research Building, Classroom 1005, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.00

This workshop has been cancelled. We are in the process of rescheduling the meeting for a future date.

Moderated by: Joanne Mendoza, MD, FAAP, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Article: Subha Ramani, Karen D. Könings, Shiphra Ginsburg & Cees P. M. van der Vleuten (2018) "Twelve tips to promote a feedback culture with a growth mind-set: Swinging the feedback pendulum from recipes to relationships", Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1432850  (1 CME credit)
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This workshop has been cancelled. We are in the process of rescheduling the meeting for a future date.

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Certificate Program: Threshold Concepts for Medical Educators

Thursday, April 30, 2020, 4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.50

Presented by Keith Littlewood, MD, Professor of Anesthesiology, Assistant Dean for Clinical Skills Education; Deborah Barry, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medical Education
Description/Learning Objectives: Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge (TCTK) is an educational framework developed by Land and Meyer in the UK as part of a national project to improve curriculum design.  It has been termed one of the most important tools for curriculum improvement by a European educational consortium.  TCTK has spread to other parts of the world, although the bulk of publications still arise from Europe and former Commonwealth countries.  Its penetration into medicine remains relatively low compared to other educational arenas, but sporadic examples are being described from several specialties.  At its core, the founders postulate that there are concepts so fundamental to a discipline that they are required for authentic mastery.  This presentation will be based upon several national presentations to simulation and/or education audiences.  The first portion will be didactic to acquaint the audience with key concepts.  Examples from other disciplines will be given as well.  This will be followed by text polling to suggest some candidates for threshold concepts within the participant’s particular discipline.  Small group sessions will follow in which these candidates are presented and justified to other members of the groups.  The large group will reconvene with report outs or volunteer examples (depending upon time) for consideration by the criteria described in the introduction.  Concluding remarks will note the ease of implementation and benefits of this framework.  Following this session, participants will be able to:  explain the critical attributes of Threshold Concepts; characterize the concept and importance of troublesome knowledge in education; and select candidates for Threshold Concepts within their own educational practice for group discussion. (1.5 CME credits)
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Description/Learning Objectives: Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge (TCTK) is an educational framework developed by Land and Meyer in the UK as part of a national project to improve curriculum design.  It has been termed one of the most important tools for curriculum improvement by a European educational consortium.  TCTK has spread to other parts of the world, although the bulk of publications still arise from Europe and former Commonwealth countries.  Its penetration into medicine remains relatively low compared to other educational arenas, but sporadic examples are being described from several specialties.  At its core, the founders postulate that there are concepts so fundamental to a discipline that they are required for authentic mastery.  This presentation will be based upon several national presentations to simulation and/or education audiences.  The first portion will be didactic to acquaint the audience with key concepts.  Examples from other disciplines will be given as well.  This will be followed by text polling to suggest some candidates for threshold concepts within the participant’s particular discipline.  Small group sessions will follow in which these candidates are presented and justified to other members of the groups.  The large group will reconvene with report outs or volunteer examples (depending upon time) for consideration by the criteria described in the introduction.  Concluding remarks will note the ease of implementation and benefits of this framework.  Following this session, participants will be able to:  explain the critical attributes of Threshold Concepts; characterize the concept and importance of troublesome knowledge in education; and select candidates for Threshold Concepts within their own educational practice for group discussion. (1.5 CME credits) URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/certificate-program-threshold-concepts-for-medical-educators/ SUMMARY:Certificate Program: Threshold Concepts for Medical Educators LOCATION: Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

Journal Club

Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
MR5 Research Building, Classroom 1005, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.00

Moderated by: Jeffrey G. Jenkins, MD, Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Residency Program Director, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Article: TBD (1 CME credit)
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Establishing your Personal Brand: Steps for building a successful web presence

Wednesday, May 6, 2020, 12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
Health Sciences Library, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.00

Presented by Kimberley R. Barker, MLIS, Librarian for Digital Life, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
Description/Learning Objectives: Join Kimberley to learn about the basics of brand-building, and about how these simple steps can lead to a solid web presence that benefits you professionally and personally. By the end of this learning opportunity, participants will be able to define “personal branding;” list best practices for establishing their brand; explain strategies for effectively communicating their brand; describe ways to protect your digital assets; and become familiar with the idea of reputation management.(1 CME credit)
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URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/establishing-your-personal-brand-steps-for-building-a-successful-web-presence/ SUMMARY:Establishing your Personal Brand: Steps for building a successful web presence LOCATION: Health Sciences Library, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on clinical and education)

Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 7:00 AM — 9:00 AM
Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 2.00

This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

Presented by: Robert K. Nakamoto, PhD, School of Medicine Coordinator of Academic Achievement Description/Learning Objectives: This interactive session is an opportunity for identified candidates for promotion and/or tenure to review the elements required for the portfolio and to ask questions about their individual portfolios. Following the session, participants will be able to list resources available to assist with preparing for the promotions and tenure process; to describe elements of the P&T timeline; and to define how to format a CV for P&T purposes and how to develop a P&T portfolio. (2 CME credits)
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This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/pt-candidates-polishing-the-portfolio-focus-on-clinical-and-education/ SUMMARY:P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on clinical and education) LOCATION: Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

MedEd Grand Rounds:Targeting Adaptive Expertise,Theory/Practical Strategies to Guide Medical Learner

Wednesday, May 13, 2020, 12:15 PM — 1:15 PM
Claude Moore Medical Education Building, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.00

Presented by William B. MD, MEd, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Descriptions/Learning Objectives: Clinicians are routinely faced with complex patient care scenarios.  Many of these challenges can be addressed through the application of known solutions. Others, however, require the clinician to solve a new or novel challenge.  Adaptive Expertise allows the clinician to effectively learn and innovate when needed to address these novel scenarios. This session will explore concepts surrounding routine and adaptive expertise, including the Master Adaptive Learner Model, as well as implications for both trainee development and practicing clinician lifelong learning.  Attendees will leave with practical strategies for implementation within their clinical contexts. Following this session, participates will be able to:  compare and contrast Routine and Adaptive Expertise within the medical context; describe the rationale for Adaptive Expertise in Medicine; and discuss the skills and process for learning that foster development of Adaptive Expertise.
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Descriptions/Learning Objectives: Clinicians are routinely faced with complex patient care scenarios.  Many of these challenges can be addressed through the application of known solutions. Others, however, require the clinician to solve a new or novel challenge.  Adaptive Expertise allows the clinician to effectively learn and innovate when needed to address these novel scenarios. This session will explore concepts surrounding routine and adaptive expertise, including the Master Adaptive Learner Model, as well as implications for both trainee development and practicing clinician lifelong learning.  Attendees will leave with practical strategies for implementation within their clinical contexts. Following this session, participates will be able to:  compare and contrast Routine and Adaptive Expertise within the medical context; describe the rationale for Adaptive Expertise in Medicine; and discuss the skills and process for learning that foster development of Adaptive Expertise. URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/meded-grand-roundstargeting-adaptive-expertisetheory-practical-strategies-to-guide-medical-learner/ SUMMARY:MedEd Grand Rounds:Targeting Adaptive Expertise,Theory/Practical Strategies to Guide Medical Learner LOCATION: Claude Moore Medical Education Building, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on research and education)

Wednesday, May 13, 2020, 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM
Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 2.00

This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

Presented by: Robert K. Nakamoto, PhD, School of Medicine Coordinator of Academic Achievement Description/Learning Objectives: This interactive session is an opportunity for identified candidates for promotion and/or tenure to review the elements required for the portfolio and to ask questions about their individual portfolios. Following the session, participants will be able to list resources available to assist with preparing for the promotions and tenure process; to describe elements of the P&T timeline; and to define how to format a CV for P&T purposes and how to develop a P&T portfolio. (2 CME credits)
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This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/pt-candidates-polishing-the-portfolio-focus-on-research-and-education-2/ SUMMARY:P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on research and education) LOCATION: Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on clinical and education)

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM
Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 2.00

This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

Presented by: Robert K. Nakamoto, PhD, School of Medicine Coordinator of Academic Achievement Description/Learning Objectives: This interactive session is an opportunity for identified candidates for promotion and/or tenure to review the elements required for the portfolio and to ask questions about their individual portfolios. Following the session, participants will be able to list resources available to assist with preparing for the promotions and tenure process; to describe elements of the P&T timeline; and to define how to format a CV for P&T purposes and how to develop a P&T portfolio. (2 CME credits)
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This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/pt-candidates-polishing-the-portfolio-focus-on-clinical-and-education-2/ SUMMARY:P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on clinical and education) LOCATION: Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on research and education)

Thursday, May 21, 2020, 11:00 AM — 1:00 PM
Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 2.00

This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

Presented by: Robert K. Nakamoto, PhD, School of Medicine Coordinator of Academic Achievement Description/Learning Objectives: This interactive session is an opportunity for identified candidates for promotion and/or tenure to review the elements required for the portfolio and to ask questions about their individual portfolios. Following the session, participants will be able to list resources available to assist with preparing for the promotions and tenure process; to describe elements of the P&T timeline; and to define how to format a CV for P&T purposes and how to develop a P&T portfolio. (2 CME credits)
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This class will be offered virtually only, via Zoom. (Details for accessing the class will be provided by email, after registering.)

URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/pt-candidates-polishing-the-portfolio-focus-on-research-and-education/ SUMMARY:P&T Candidates: Polishing the Portfolio (focus on research and education) LOCATION: Pinn Hall, G1-G2, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

Digital Privacy: An Overview

Thursday, June 4, 2020, 12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
Health Sciences Library, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.00

Presented by Kimberley R. Barker, MLIS, Librarian for Digital Life, Health Sciences Library
Description/Learning Objectives: While almost everyone agrees that digital privacy is important, not everyone understands exactly what it means or how to protect it. Join Kimberley R. Barker for an overview of the topic, including how privacy law has (and hasn’t) changed since the 1990’s, and what exactly qualifies a password as “good”. Due to classroom size, this session is limited to 14 participants. (1 CME credit)
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Description/Learning Objectives: While almost everyone agrees that digital privacy is important, not everyone understands exactly what it means or how to protect it. Join Kimberley R. Barker for an overview of the topic, including how privacy law has (and hasn’t) changed since the 1990’s, and what exactly qualifies a password as “good”. Due to classroom size, this session is limited to 14 participants. (1 CME credit) URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/digital-privacy-an-overview-3/ SUMMARY:Digital Privacy: An Overview LOCATION: Health Sciences Library, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

Journal Club

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
MR5 Research Building, Classroom 1005, Charlottesville
CME Credits: 1.00

Moderated by: Nadia Lunardi MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Article: TBD (1 CME credit)
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Article: TBD (1 CME credit) URL;VALUE=URI:https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/cmecourse/journal-club-2/ SUMMARY:Journal Club LOCATION: MR5 Research Building, Classroom 1005, Charlottesville END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR