Learn it, then Try it

Led by our HMS Medical Education experts, the eight-part interactive series: Learn it, then Try it. Each episode focuses upon one teaching skill or learning activity, in a relatively short amount of time. Watch one of our eLearning videos below.

The History of BWH Morning Report  &  How to be an Effective Discussant

by Marshal Wolf MDProgram Director Emeritus, BWH Department of Medicine, Professor of Medicine, HMS

Simple Ways To Incorporate Simulation Into Teaching

by Jamie Robertson, PhD, Assistant Director of Simulation Based Learning, STRATUS Center for Medical Education

The Mini-CEX (Clinical Evaluation Exercise)

by Erik Alexander MDExecutive Director, Brigham Education Institute

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Spaced Education and Interleaved Learning

by Glenn Gaviola, MD, Program Director, Radiology Residency Program

Fundamentals of Medical Education Research

Led by our HMS Medical Education Research experts, the goal of the BEI Fundamentals of Medical Education Research series is to introduce and reinforce the basic principles of medical education research and educational theory to a broad and diverse audience. Watch one of our elearning videos below.

INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH

by Erik Alexander MDExecutive Director, Brigham Education Institute

THE BASICS OF PERFORMING AND PUBLISHING MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH

by Helen Shields, MD, Associate Chief, Division of Medical Communications

BEYOND EDUCATIONAL THEORY: A review of the empirically derived sciences of learning

by David Hirsh, MD, Associate Director of the Harvard Medical School Academy, Director of the HMS Academy Fellowship in Medical Education

QUALITATIVE & QUANTITATIVE MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH DESIGN & PRINCIPLES

by Erik Alexander, MD, Executive Director, Brigham Education Institute and Glenn Gaviola, MD, Program Director, Radiology Residency Program

Back to Basics of Medical Education

Led by our Senior BWH Educators, the goal of the BEI Back to Basics of Medical Education series is to introduce and reinforce the basic principles of medical education and educational theory to a broad and diverse audience. Watch one of our elearning videos below.

Before you Teach, Know your Learner

by Bob Boland, MDVice Chair for Education, Department of Psychiatry

Curriculum Design and Development

by Erik Alexander, MD, Executive Director, BEI, and Charles ‘Chuck’ Pozner, MDDirector, STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation

The Basic Methods of Teaching – Pedagogy

by Tracey Milligan, MD, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Neurology, and Martin Samuels, MD, Chairman, Department of Neurology

Assessing and Evaluating the Learner

by Elizabeth Breen, MD, Clerkship Director, Department of Surgery, and Stanley Ashley, MD, Chief Medical Officer

Effective Teaching at the Bedside

by Joel Katz, MD, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine