Health Professions Educator (HPE) Series

This series addresses the needs of early-mid career educators who teach our health professionals throughout Carilion Clinic, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine & Research Institute, and/or Jefferson College.  Content being covered includes the best practices in teaching, educational theory, program planning and assessment, enhancing teaching with technology, and educational research.  Below are videos from our Health Professions Educator series thus far.  Each video will include presentation objectives and the PowerPoint that was presented at the session.  We encourage in-person attendance if at all possible, but recognize the value of alternative options for when it isn’t.


Bonus: CME and Faculty Development Related to Teaching Credit Instructions

  • For instructions on how to log video-recorded sessions into Digital Measures for your annual requirements related to teaching click here.
  • 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, 2019 to July 1, 2020.
  • To receive BOTH Category 1 CME credit and Faculty Development Related to Teaching credit for videos viewed, complete the full CME Evaluation Form linked above the video. *Note: You will be required to answer two content questions covered during the video on this session evaluation.
  • To receive ONLY Faculty Development Related to Teaching credit (No CME) complete only the starred (*) numbered fields in the CME Evaluation Form linked above the video.  *Note: You will be required to answer two content questions covered during the video on this session evaluation.
  • Archived videos are no longer eligible for CME or Faculty Development Related to Teaching Credit.

HPE Session Schedule 2020


Health Professions Educator Video Index (Click on title to jump to your preferred video)

January 2020:  Why Does Everything Need to Align?  Assessment, Objectives, Outcomes by Renee LeClair, PhD

December 2019: Learner Remediation by Emily Holt-Foerst, MA

November 2019: The Importance of Evaluation by Don Kees, MD and Harsha Bhagtani, MD

October 2019: Teaching Technologies by Mariah Rudd, BS, Allen Blackwood, MD, Jenny Ferguson, MEd

September 2019: Where Teaching and Patient Care Collide: How to Create a Highly Effective Clinical Learning Environment by Aubrey Knight, MD

June 2019: Cultural Awareness in Teaching by Karen Sanders, MS, EdD

May 2019: Using Simulation to Your Advantage:  Teaching and Discovering in Simulation by Sarah Parker, PhD and Tim Fortuna, DO

April 2019:  Reading, Using (and maybe even doing) Educational Research by John Epling, MD, MEd

March 2019: Best Practices for Non-Boring Sessions by Renee LeClair, PhD and Andrew Binks, PhD

February 2019: Teaching Learners How to Deliver Bad News/Engaging in Difficult Conversations by Christi Stewart, MD


Why Does Everything Need to Align?  Assessment, Objectives, Outcomes by Renee LeClair, PhD, Chair of Basic Science Education, VTCSOM

Objectives:

At the end of this session the participant will be able to

  • Recognize the importance of assessment, objectives and outcomes
  • Develop diverse learning activities that support your learning objectives
  • Identify and develop assessments that align with your activities and objectives
  • Devise a plan to review these educational elements to improve outcomes

PowerPoint:Why Does Everything Need to Align?  Assessment, Objectives, Outcomes

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


Learner Remediation: The development of self regulated learners by Emily Holt-Foerst, MA, Director, Academic Counseling and Enrichment Services, VTCSOM

Objectives

At the end of this session the participant will be able to:

  • Demonstrate insight into self-regulated learner characteristics
  • Recognize the importance of practices that foster learner development of self-regulated processes
  • Identify the three phases of the self-regulatory process
  • Incorporate strategies to foster self-regulatory processes for learners in remediation

PowerPoint: Learner Remediation

There is no video for this session.


The Importance of Evaluation by Dr. Don Kees, Vice Chair Pediatrics and DIO for GME, Carilion Clinic and VTCSOM and Dr. Harsha Bhagtani, Clerkship Director, Pediatrics, Carilion Clinic and VTCSOM

Objectives:

At the end of this session the participant will be able to:

  • Explain the definition and importance of evaluation and feedback
  • Describe the barriers to giving feedback.
  • Use proven models for giving effective feedback
  • Use appropriate feedback, vocabulary and language
  • Outline the differences between formative versus summative evaluations

PowerPoint: The Importance of Evaluation

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

 


Teaching Technologies by Mariah Rudd, BS, Manager, Education and Faculty Development; Allen Blackwood, MD, Internal Medicine; Jenny Ferguson, MEd, Instructional Designer, Carilion Clinic

Objectives:

At the end of this session the participant will be able to:

  • Identify technologies that support a more active and engaging learning environment
  • Describe best practices and pitfalls to avoid when integrating technology into teaching
  • Discuss how these technologies can benefit health professions education teaching in the classroom or clinical environment
  • Integrate appropriate technologies to enhance teaching

PowerPoint: Technology in Teaching

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


Where Teaching and Patient Care Collide: How to Create a Highly Effective Clinical Learning Environment by Aubrey Knight, MD, Senior Dean for Student Affairs, VTCSOM

Objectives:
At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:

  • Explain the concept of the learning environment and why it is important in health professions education.
  • Identify means of engaging learners in the clinical setting.
  • Discuss case scenarios that illustrate issues sometimes seen in the clinical learning environment.

PowerPoint: Where Teaching and Patient Care Collide: How to Create a Highly Effective Clinical Learning Environment

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


Cultural Awareness in Teaching by Karen Sanders, MS, EdD, Chief Diversity Officer, VTCSOM

Objectives:
At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:

  • Identify approaches for establishing effective learning environments;
  • Manage effective classroom engagement with all students;
  • Identify how our implicit biases may impact classroom interactions; and
  • Minimize microaggressions in the classroom.

PowerPoint: Cultural Sensitivity in Teaching

Handouts:  10 Characteristics of a Highly Effective Learning Environment
                        Examples of Microaggressions in the Classroom

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


Using Simulation to Your Advantage:  Teaching and Discovering in Simulation by Sarah Parker, PhD, Director Human Factors Research and Tim Fortuna, DO, Medical Director Simulation and Patient Safety, Carilion Clinic

Objectives:
At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:

  1. Determine the instances in which simulation would be appropriate for use to achieve learning objectives
  2. Discuss the different uses for simulation, including education, process improvement and research
  3. Define the process of integrating Carilion’s simulation center into your work

PowerPoint:  Using Simulation to Your Advantage

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


Reading, Using (and Maybe Even Doing) Educational Research by John Epling, MD, MEd, Family and Community Medicine, Carilion Clinic

Objectives:
At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:

  • Discuss the important differences in critical appraisal between educational research and clinical research.
  • Describe the Kirkpatrick framework for education and training outcomes and use it to evaluate and create educational research.
  • Locate and use sources of high-quality educational research to improve your own teaching.

PowerPoint: Reading, Using (and Maybe Even Doing) Educational Research
Handout: Study designs for evaluating the effects of healthcare interventions

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


Best Practices for Non-Boring Sessions by Drs. Renee LeClair, Chair of Biomedical Sciences, VTCSOM and Andrew Binks, Director of Faculty Development of Basic Sciences at VTCSOM

Objectives:
At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:

  • Discuss best practices for session planning and generation of student preparation materials.
  • Describe the elements of a safe learning environment and framing questions to generate discussion.
  • Describe variations of classroom strategies ranging from novice to expert

PowerPoint: Best Practices for Non-Boring Sessions

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


Teaching Learners How to Deliver Bad News/Engaging in Difficult Conversations by Christi Stewart, MD, Geriatric Medicine, Carilion Clinic

Objectives:
At the conclusion of this session, you should be able to:

  • Describe structured format for difficult conversations.
  • Prepare learners to establish learning goals and deliberate practice in the setting of difficult conversations.
  • Provide immediate feedback to learners regarding difficult conversations.

PowerPoint: Teaching Learners How to Deliver Bad News/Engaging in Difficult Conversations

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


Archived Videos from 2015-2018