Teaching Academy Announcements
Welcome New Protégé Member: Sean Till, M.D., Resident, Department of Medicine!
Congratulations Teaching Academy Members on their recent promotions!
Dmitriy Akselrod, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Radiology, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Erik Anderson, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Keith Curtis, M.D. - Promotion to Associate
Professor of Surgery, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Thomas Delaney, Ph.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Education Scholar Pathway
Navid Esfandiari, Ph.D. - Promotion to Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive
Sciences, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Nathalie Feldman, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Education Scholar Pathway
Jonathan Flyer, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Pediatrics,
Clinical Scholar Pathway
Rebecca Guy, Ph.D. - Promotion to Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Education Scholar Pathway
Peter Holoch, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Surgery, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Stephen Merena, D.P.M. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Delphine Quenet, Ph.D. - Second Reappointment as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Tenure Pathway
M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Surgery, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Andrew Rosenfeld, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Sarah Schlein, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of
Surgery, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Emily Stebbins, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Alissa Thomas, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Neurological Sciences, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Rebecca Wilcox, M.D. - Promotion to Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Leslie Young, M.D. - Promotion to Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Clinical Scholar Pathway
Go out to Christa Zehle, MD; Cate Nicholas, EdD; Abby Hielscher, PhD; Garth Garrison, MD; and Leigh Ann Holterman, PhD. Their proposal was accepted for the Harvard Macy Institute’s “A Systems Approach to Assessment in Health
Professions Education” which runs from October 17-22, virtually. The course applies systems thinking in designing assessment programs that support the continuous quality improvement of all educational programs across the continuum using multiple
methods such as interactive presentations, case discussions, small group journal clubs, institutional planning groups, selectives on assessment tools and approaches and consultations with faculty experts.
Stanford’s Teaching LGBTQ+ Health course
Stanford’s Teaching LGBTQ+ Health course:
Learners across the health professions demand improved LGBTQ+ health content and additional training opportunities in their schools’ curricula. However, most clinician educators received little, if any, training in LGBTQ+ health when they were
students. This free, online, CME course addresses the gap between expected faculty teaching competency and a lack of previous faculty training. The course is open access to educators across the health professions, as well as other providers, staff,
trainees, and patients. It includes both LGBTQ+ health content and recommendations for teaching this material to trainees in any discipline or clinical department. Educators may freely download portions of the course for use in their daily clinical
teaching or their school’s curriculum. Trailer: http://bit.ly/TeachLGBTQHealth
The April 30th IRB on-line presentation, “WHICH PROJECTS DO AND DO NOT REQUIRE IRB REVIEW?” A brief overview of the types of projects which require IRB oversight can be accessed here.
Teaching for Quality (Te4Q), Version 2.0
September 22 – October 27, 2021; One hour each Wednesday ~ 12:00 ET/11:00 CT/10:00 MT/9:00 PT
A rigorous longitudinal professional development program focused on how to teach quality improvement and patient safety (QIPS) competencies for faculty. Includes 6 virtual synchronous sessions + capstone event.
Click here to see the complete schedule with objectives and faculty for each session! Register today at www.ahme.org
AAMC Research in Medical Education (RIME) Committee Internship Program Call for self-nominations
Established in 1961, the AAMC Research in Medical Education (RIME) Committee is responsible for the planning, implementation, and evaluation of RIME components of the AAMC Learn Serve Lead (LSL) Annual Meeting, including the editorship of research and review papers for publication as the annual RIME supplement in Academic Medicine.
During 2020, the disproportionate effects of COVID-19 on minority populations and tragic killings of Ahmaud Aubrey, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd cast health disparities and systemic racism in stark view. Educators nationally, including members of the AAMC RIME planning committee, have become increasingly attentive to disparities in medical education and leadership opportunities for people of color, indigenous populations, and other minoritized groups. To mark RIME's 60th anniversary, the RIME committee, in collaboration with AAMC leadership, seeks to serve as allies operating in solidarity with marginalized groups. Therefore, we invite early career educators or educators who may not be early career but are newly engaged in medical education scholarship; with non-majority backgrounds (race, gender, sexual-orientation, individuals with disabilities as well as other groups who are not in majority numbers in the U.S. and Canada) to work alongside the medical education scholars on the RIME committee to gain access to and experience with the academic peer-review and editorial process. If this opportunity interests you, please submit the listed documents to Nesha Brown by October 31, 2021 at firstname.lastname@example.org
UVMHN Medical Group Grants Announcement
On behalf of the UVM Health Network Medical Group Faculty Practice Division, the Request for Proposals for the Educational Scholarship Award, the Research Award and the Innovations in Clinical Care Award is open. A one-page letter of intent is required.
More information is included in the RFPs below. If the grant review committee members determine that the applicant may benefit from guidance in refining the grant submission, they will request a meeting with grant applicants to review research aims
and assist with development of the grant. Once again this year the Educational Scholarship Award will be following a different schedule than the Research and Innovations Awards. Please pay close attention to the important deadlines in the specific
request for proposals that are outlined in this email.
Educational Scholarship Award: One $25,000 award to support faculty research to better understand learners, educational processes or the outcomes associated with educational interventions.
Request for Proposal: Educational Scholarship Award
Letters of intent are due by 5pm, September 1, 2021
Grant proposals are due by Midnight, November 1, 2021.
Research Award: Two $50,000 awards to determine the safety and effectiveness of medications, devices, diagnostic products
and treatment regimens.
Request for Proposal: Research Award
Letters of intent are due by Noon, July 30, 2021
Grant proposals are due by Noon, August 27, 2021.
Innovations in Clinical Care Award: Two $50,000 awards to accelerate the development of innovative approaches within the clinical
care continuum including service, patient engagement and clinical interaction, as well as broader system or process designs.
Request for Proposal: Innovations
Letters of intent are due by Noon, July 30, 2021
Grant proposals are due by Noon,
August 27, 2021.
All members of the Faculty Practice Division of the UVMHN Medical Group are eligible to apply for this award as the Principal Investigator of the grant proposal and are encouraged to include UVMHN Medical Group members
from other hospitals – or other personnel – in their submissions.
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