Upcoming Events & Workshops

    
EventDateLocationTimeInfo
Writer's WorkshopDecember 12, 2019Teaching Academy Suite8 - 9 AMBring scholarly work on education topics in any stage of development – manuscripts, conference proposals, research proposals, etc. Please sign up at least a week in advance by emailing teaching.academy@med.uvm.edu
Research Consultation Drop In HoursDecember 13, 2019Teaching Academy Suite9 - 11 AMResearch consultation with Alison Howe, MS, Director of Education Program Outcome Analysis, and Leigh Ann Holterman, PhD, Director of Curricular Evaluation and Assessment
Medical Education Grand RoundsDecember 13, 2019Med Ed 300 (Reardon Classroom)12 - 1 PM

"Behind the Scenes at a Peer-Reviewed Journal-AKA The Making of a Manuscript"
Lewis First, MD, MS

Lunch is provided; please RSVP to teaching.academy@med.uvm.edu

IAMSE Winter Webcast Audio Seminar Series: How is Health Science Education Tracking the Opioid Epidemic?
January 9, 2020Med Ed 20112 - 1 PM"Responding to the Opioid Crisis: An Educator's View" with Lisa Graves, MD
2020 Induction and Award Ceremony and Snow Season Poster SessionJanuary 15, 2020Larner College of Medicine5 - 8 PMPlease join the Teaching Academy as we welcome new members, present our annual awards for teaching and educational excellence, and enjoy a reception with colleagues during our Snow Season Poster Session with authors.
2020 Snow Season Education RetreatJanuary 16, 2020Davis Center7:30 AM - 4 PMAn all-day education retreat featuring workshops on clinical teaching, social medicine, active learning, and resources for educational scholarship; networking; and a keynote session. This event is open to all UVM Larner College of Medicine faculty. *Note the change in day and venue. Details and registration will be announced this fall!
IAMSE Winter Webcast Audio Seminar Series: How is Health Science Education Tracking the Opioid Epidemic?
January 16, 2020Med Ed 20112 - 1 PM"Using Undergraduate Medical Education to Increase the Number of Physicians Prepared to Prescribe Medication Assisted Treatment" with Paul George, MD, MHPE
Educational Scholarship Mentoring GroupJanuary 23, 2020Dana Medical Library Classroom12 - 1 PM"How to Search the Education Literature" Gary Atwood, MA, MLIS
The theme this year is “How to…?” and each session will tackle a question we hear from faculty. These are interactive sessions with ample opportunity for questions, discussion, and networking. Attend when your schedule permits – you may attend just one or all sessions. Sessions are open to all LCOM faculty. Click here for details.
IAMSE Winter Webcast Audio Seminar Series: How is Health Science Education Tracking the Opioid Epidemic?
January 23, 2020Med Ed 20112 - 1 PM"Methods for Incorporating Opioid Education into Health Professions Curricula" with Sherry Jimenez, EdD, FNAOME; Jeremy Buchanan, BSSW
IAMSE Winter Webcast Audio Seminar Series: How is Health Science Education Tracking the Opioid Epidemic?
January 30, 2020Med Ed 20112 - 1 PM"Informing Pain Management Curriculum: A Multidisciplinary Discussion on Alternatives to Opioids" with Suzanne Lady, DC; Narda Robinson, DO, DVM, MS, FAAMA
IAMSE Winter Webcast Audio Seminar Series: How is Health Science Education Tracking the Opioid Epidemic?
February 6, 2020Med Ed 20112 - 1 PM"Medical Students and Substance Use: Challenges and Supports" with Lee Jones, MD
Medical Education Grand RoundsFebruary 14, 2020Med Ed 300 (Reardon Classroom)12 - 1 PM

"Putting Theory into Practice: A Method for Generating Useful Pre-class Materials to Enhance Student Engagement"
Andrew Binks, PHD Carilion School of Medicine, Virginia Tech

Lunch is provided; please RSVP to teaching.academy@med.uvm.edu

Educational Scholarship Mentoring GroupFebruary 27, 2020Dana Medical Library Classroom12 - 1 PM"How to Select a Research Method" Katie Huggett, PhD and Cate Nicholas, MS, PA, EdD
The theme this year is “How to…?” and each session will tackle a question we hear from faculty. These are interactive sessions with ample opportunity for questions, discussion, and networking. Attend when your schedule permits – you may attend just one or all sessions. Sessions are open to all LCOM faculty. Click here for details.
Educational Scholarship Mentoring GroupMarch 26, 2020Dana Medical Library Classroom12 - 1 PM"How to Design a Poster" Leigh Ann Holterman, PhD
The theme this year is “How to…?” and each session will tackle a question we hear from faculty. These are interactive sessions with ample opportunity for questions, discussion, and networking. Attend when your schedule permits – you may attend just one or all sessions. Sessions are open to all LCOM faculty. Click here for details.
Medical Education Grand RoundsApril 3, 2020Med Ed 300 (Reardon Classroom)12- 1 PM

"Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! Does IPECP Lie Somewhere Over the Rainbow?"
Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Creighton University

Lunch is provided; please RSVP to teaching.academy@med.uvm.edu

NEGEA 2020 Annual ConferenceApril 30-May 2, 2020Larner College of Medicine The NEGEA is one of four regional groups of the AAMC’s Group on Educational Affairs (GEA). Its purpose is to promote excellence in the education of medical students, residents and physicians through the professional development of medical educators. Regional meetings provide a forum for exchanging ideas, learning new strategies and developing plans that may facilitate your own work and the implementation of the NEGEA’s mission. Details and registration will be announced this fall!
Educational Scholarship Mentoring GroupMay 28, 2020Dana Medical Library Classroom12 - 1 PM"How to Create a MedEdPORTAL Submission" Cate Nicholas, MS, PA, EdD
The theme this year is “How to…?” and each session will tackle a question we hear from faculty. These are interactive sessions with ample opportunity for questions, discussion, and networking. Attend when your schedule permits – you may attend just one or all sessions. Sessions are open to all LCOM faculty. Click here for details.
Educational Scholarship Mentoring GroupJune 25, 2020Dana Medical Library Classroom12 - 1 PM"How to Design a Survey" Alison Howe, MS
The theme this year is “How to…?” and each session will tackle a question we hear from faculty. These are interactive sessions with ample opportunity for questions, discussion, and networking. Attend when your schedule permits – you may attend just one or all sessions. Sessions are open to all LCOM faculty. Click here for details.