TEACH Education Day


Education Day is a celebration of our health professions educators, bringing together a diverse community of interprofessional educators and education researchers to celebrate outstanding achievements in teaching.


Bonus: CME and Faculty Development Related to Teaching Credit Instructions

  • Category 1 CME credit will be offered for this presentation. AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ has been approved for this enduring material from July 1, 2020 to July 1, 2021.
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2020 Virtual TEACH Education Day

                     …the show goes on(line)

 

Keynote Presentation:

Mind the Gap: The Impact of Generational Preferences on Health Professions Education

Geoffrey Talmon, MD

Professor, Department of Pathology and Microbiology
Assistant Dean for Medical Education, College of Medicine
Vice Chair, Medical Education
University of Nebraska Medical Center

 

Objectives:  At the end of the session the participant should be able to:

  • Review characteristics of 4 major generations active in healthcare
  • Identify the origin of “characteristics” commonly ascribed to current learners
  • Discuss the impact of Generation Z students’ preferences and tendencies on medical education
  • Develop potential strategies for better engaging Generation Z health professions students

PowerPoint: Generation Z: The New Kids on the Block

Video:  (Click here to access the CME Evaluation Form for CME credit)


Education Research Abstracts and Posters

While TEACH Education Day will look a little different this year with an online format, we are excited to still be able to include education research posters as part of this year’s virtual event.  Below you will find a link to all submitted Abstracts and Posters and a link to the videoed segment on 5 poster abstracts which were selected for 5-minute facilitated poster discussion presentation.

All Abstracts and Posters Link

5 Minute Facilitated Posters

Feedback Sessions: Does the Format of Presentation Matter?*
Presenter:  Gurleen Pahal, MD

Abstract
Poster

An Approach to Aid Faculty in Developing Teaching Approaches and Testing Methods that Focus on ‘Essential’ Concepts in a Human Anatomy Course*
Presenter:  John McNamara, MPA, MS, DC

Abstract
Poster

Success Strategies for Undergraduate Nursing Students Transitioning from Military Healthcare Careers: A Qualitative Study*
Presenter: Taylor Thurston, DHSc, MHA

Abstract
Poster

Preliminary Student and Faculty Perceptions of Rotating Faculty Facilitators for Introductory Biomedical Engineering Problem-based Learning*
Presenter: Andre A. Muelenaer, Jr, MD, MS

Abstract
Poster

Combating Stigma and Turning Orthopedic Surgeons into a Touchpoint for Intervention in the Opioid Crisis: SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) Training*
Presenter: Cassandra Mierisch, MD

Abstract
Poster

Objectives:
At the end of this session you will be able to:

  • Discuss education research being conducted by educators from across the organization.
  • Apply concepts gleaned from education scholarship presented as posters and oral presentations by their colleagues.
  • Recognize the effectiveness of a professional development strategy using the exchange of ideas between presenters and attendees.

Video: (No CME is available for this video but Faculty Development related to teaching may be obtained by you logging into your Digital Measures account.)


Recognition and Awards Presentation

2020 TEACH Education Day Recognition Brochure Link

Achieving the mission of TEACH would  not be possible without the continued support and efforts of our TEACH community. Please check out out our brochure that highlights the explicit recognition of some of the individuals without whom our organization’s teaching accomplishments would not be achievable.

TEACH Awards Link
Five unique awards, created to recognize the efforts of our educators and highlight their accomplishments, will be announced during this segment of this year’s Virtual TEACH Education Day. This year’s award winners are exceptional faculty who embody the principles of excellence in teaching, who go above and beyond in their teaching role, and who will have a long-term impact on your career and that of others. 
Award categories:

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Feedback
  • Educator Mentorship
  • Innovative Teaching
  • Rising Star 

Archived Education Day Keynote Videos, Scholarly Posters, and annual outstanding educator TEACH awards

*Archived videos are approved for faculty development related to teaching credit. (please add to your Digital Measures account — For instructions on how to log archived video sessions into Digital Measures for your annual requirements related to teaching click here.)
*No CME credit for archived videos. (CME bylaws state no CME for enduring materials over 1 year old)