The Office of Continuing Professional Development publishes a regular newsletter, *FREE (*Faculty Resources for Educational Excellence), which focuses each month on some aspect of faculty development, including tips, resources, and various opportunities designed to support faculty success. Current and previous issues may be viewed below.
March 2021: The Transformed Healthcare Leader
February 2021: Conflict Management in Medical Education
January 2021: Meet Your Virginia Board of Medicine (VBM) Opioid Requirements
November 2020: CME During CoVid-19
October 2020: KeyLIME Podcasts: What Are They, How Can We Use Them, and a Quick Summary on Mindsets!
September 2020: Educational Technology Uncertainty-Integrating Technology Meaningfully into Our Teaching
August 2020: Education Technology Uncertainty – Integrating Technology Meaningfully into Our Teaching
July 2020: Enhancing Educator Performance with Recognition
June 2020: Taking Deliberate Steps to Combat Racism in the Classroom
May 2020: Leading Our Learners: Faculty Educators as Leaders in a Time of Crisis
April 2020: Approximating the Patient Experience
March 2020: How Do We Move Online in a Hurry?
February 2020: CME is for YOU: CME is “Priceless”
January 2020: Academic Productivity – What Does It Mean and How Do We Measure It?
December 2019: Professional Development 3-Month-At-A-Glance Calendar
November 2019: Continued Collaboration: RUC & TEACH
October 2019: Celebration of Education
September 2019: Are You Making the Most of Our Professional and Faculty Development Opportunities?
August 2019: Improving Public Speaking Through Toastmasters and Beyond
July 2019: CME for YOU: Accreditation with Commendation
June 2019: The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE): A great resource for faculty development and much, much more!
May 2019: Microaggressions: What are they and how can we address them?
April 2019: Sleep for Success
March 2019: CME Innovations: Help Us Help You!
February 2019: Becoming a PODigy: Using Podcasts in Health Professions Education
January 2019: The Suicidal Physician: When the Doctor Wants to Die
November 2018: CME and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Points for YOU!
October 2018: What We Can Learn From the Master Adaptive Leaner Model
September 2018: Cognitive Learning Concepts for Teaching
August 2018: Growing Our Own: Developing Teachers through Educator Mentorship
July 2018: CME for YOU!
June 2018: Getting Your Educational Innovations “Out There”
May 2018: Ageism in Medical Education
April 2018: Deciphering and Responding to Learner Feedback
March 2018: Growth Mindset
February 2018: Faculty Physician Wellbeing Committee Relaunched
January 2018: Faculty Development Check-In
November 2017: Publish or Perish?
October 2017: Education Day Extravaganza!
September 2017: Professionalism in Medical Education
August 2017: Welcome Christie Wills, Manager of Physician Leadership Development and Well Being
July 2017: Faculty Vitality the Role of the Faculty Affairs Office
June 2017: Reflections from Dr. Bruce Johnson as he retires from his role as Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs with VTCSOM
May 2017: The Value of Teaching Observations
April 2017: Reliability and Validity…Are You Hitting the Target?
March 2017: Activating Learner Engagement
February 2017: New Library Resources for Faculty
January 2017: New Series, New Options, New Conversations
December 2016: Twelve Tips for Teaching Excellence in the New Year
November 2016: Spaced Education: A Key Component of Effective Teaching & Learning
October 2016: Create an Explosion!
September 2016: Education Research & Scholarship – How and Where to Begin
August 2016: Embrace Your Faculty Appointment