Enhancing Teaching Skills for Medical Educators (Online): Curriculum Development in Medical Education
Medical educators of both medical students and residents.
- Name the 6 steps of curriculum development
- Describe methods for a targeted needs assessment
- Describe the difference between goals and objectives
- Brainstorm teaching methods for specific types of educational objectives
- List the 4 types of resources needed for curriculum implementation
- Describe how curriculum evaluation may drive curricular reform
Maggie Benson, MD MS, - Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, UPMC Hamot
- Maggie Benson, MD MS, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, UPMC Hamot
- Shane Specht, DO, Site Director and Assistant Program Director, Director of Osteopathic Education, UPMC Community Osteopathic Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program, UPMC Pinnacle/Lititz
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