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BEI And PRISE Present: Seven Seminar Series on Medical Education Research

The BEI & Dept of Medicine PRISE (Department of Medicine Program for Research, Innovations and Scholarship in Education) invite all Brigham Educators & Trainees to attend 7 seminars focused on Medical Education Research. These seminars aim to train and support individuals with a career interest in medical education research and create a dynamic community of educational researchers.
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Designing & Activating a Medical Educational Project

This first session is led by Subha Ramani, MBBS, PhD, Erik Alexander, MD, and Ed Krupat, Phd

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Formulating Study Questions and Literature Review

Led by BWH Medical Librarian Susan Warthman, MLIS; AHIP and Subha Ramani, MBBS, PhD

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Fundamentals of Study Design- Quantitative and Qualitative

Led by Subha Ramani, MBBS, PhD, and Erik Alexander, MD, Glenn Gaviola, MD

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Survey Design in Medical Education

Led by Subha Ramani, MBBS, PhD And Moderated by Martin Pusic, MD, PhD, Erik Alexander, MD, Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc, and Ed Krupat, PhD

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Aligning Technology with Educational Objectives

Led by Deborah Navedo, PhD, CPNP FNAP and Eric Gantwerker MD, MS, MMSc

 

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Presenting Your Educational Projects - Abstract Writing, Posters, Elevator Pitch

Led by Kristina Dzara, PhD MMSc

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BEI Global Med Ed Café  

The BEI Global Med Ed Café sessions are a bimonthly series aimed to promote conversations on teaching and learning among BWH educators and a global community of educators. The goals are to: expand the community of BWH educators and motivate external collaborations, reflect on common educational challenges and co-construct solutions and promote awareness of the learning culture at different regions of the world, adopt and adapt ideas from other institutions. Each session focuses on an educational topic or problem moderated by an international educational leader with expertise in the area. The expert provides an overview of this topic, after which participants work on a specific task in small groups and report back to the expert. The session concludes with a summary of key points, reflections and new questions on the topic.
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BEI’s 1st Global Med Ed Café

Led by Prof. Cees Van der Vleuten, PhD Scientific Director of the School of Health Professions Education Maastricht University Moderated by Erik Alexander

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Leading Change During Difficult Circumstances

Led by Professor Judy McKimm, MBA, MA (Ed) Professor of Medical Education and Director of Strategic Educational Development at Swansea University Medical School, Wales, UK.

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Can We Effectively Assess Clinical Reasoning in the Live Clinical Care Setting?

Led by Professor Harish Thampy MB ChB, MMEd, FRCGP, PFHEA Professor of Medical Education Associate Programme Director of Assessment, MB ChB Programme Faculty of Biology Medicine and Health, University of Manchester, UK

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BEI Global Med Ed Café: Context, Culture & Med Edu: Perspectives from Asian Educational Leaders

Led by: Ardi Findyartini, MD, PhD, is the Head, Department of Medical Education and Medical Education Unit; Head of Cluster, Centre for Medical Education, Indonesia Medical Education and Research Institute, Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia. And Vishna Devi Nadarajah, BSc (Hons), MHPE, PhD, is the Pro Vice Chancellor Education and Institutional Development at the International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Global Café- Culture, Credibility and Mindset in Feedback

Led By Chris Watling MD, MMEd, PhD, FRCP(C)
Vice Dean (Acting), Education Scholarship and Strategy
Director, Centre for Education Research and Innovation
Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University

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BEI Global Med Ed Café - How the Pandemic affected Medical Education from the perspectives of Medical Students from around the Globe

Led by Medical Students: Lestat Ali, Abdullah Al-Khafajy, Phillipa Lantwin, and Azhar Adam Nadkar

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Take The Next Step Series

Through this learning series BWH clinician-educators will learn about how to move forward in their career trajectories.
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Elevate Yourself: Crafting a Successful Medical Education Elevator Pitch

Led By Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc Assistant Director, Education and Sciences Initiatives, Brigham Education Institute Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

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7 Ways to Get Involved with Medical Education, Locally or Nationally

Led by Navin Kumar M.D., Associate Clerkship Director, Core I Medicine Clerkship| Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School | Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Division of Gastroenterology.

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Understand the Steps and Strategies Toward HMS Promotion as a Clinician-Educator

Led by Carol Bates, MD, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

 

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Finding Financial Support to be a Medical Educator

Led By Erik Alexander M.D., HMS Associate Dean for Medical Education, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Vice President of Education, Brigham Health Executive Director, Brigham Education Institute, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

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Publishing Medical Education Research… An Editor’s Insights & Tips for Success

Led by, Douglas Stewart Smink M.D.,M.P.H, Program Director, General Surgery Residency, Associate Chair of Education, Department of Surgery, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School Gastrointestinal and General Surgery

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From Idea to Publication - A Practical Discussion Unraveling the ABC's of Medical Education Research

Facilitated by our Executive Director Erik K. Alexander, BEI faculty members Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc, Ed Krupat, PhD, and Martin Pusic, MD, PhD will unpack the process, discussing how the idea emerged, authorship order, navigating the IRB, unexpected roadblocks, and the article submission and revision process. This engaging session will offer opportunity for participants to engage in robust discussion.
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Embracing Our Own Continuous Professional Development (Cpd)...Beyond ‘Doing,’ ...To ‘Doing It Well

Through this learning series physicians and other healthcare professionals will address ways to improve clinical decision making, enhance patient management strategies, interpret new clinically relevant findings, and analyze health policy
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What CPD Is, Why We Do It, and Tools To Do It Better

Led by Robert J. Birnbaum, MD, PhD MGB Vice President of Continuing Professional Development Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

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Connecting the NEJM learning platform to your continuing education

Led by Ole-Petter Riksfjord Hamnvik, MB BCh BAO, MMSc endocrine fellowship program Director, BWH Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Education Editor at NEJM Group

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Effective CPD: Learning From the MOCA Minute and the ABA

Led By Deborah J. Culley, MD Executive Vice Chair of Anesthesiology, Brigham and Women's Hospital Associate Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework

Fostering the Development of Master Adaptive Learners: A Conceptual Model to Guide Skill Acquisition in Medical Education Led by Martin Pusic, MD, PhD Medical Education Scholar in Residence, Brigham Education Institute Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: A Metacognitive Approach To Clinician Learning

What is adaptive expertise? What does it mean for my practice and for my teaching?

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: The Planning & Learning Phases

Aren’t all clinical trainees already master learners? Well….no. A discussion of what’s so difficult about desirable difficulties.

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: The Assessing and Adjusting Phases

I’ve learned – what next? On the difficulties of contextualizing what you’ve learned…and the educational utility of rabbit holes.

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The Master Adaptive Learner Framework: An example of the benefits of knowing education theory

Theory, what is it good for? “There is nothing so practical as a good theory” – however, we often think of theory as having your head in the clouds.

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Study or Story: Writing Educational Manuscripts

How to create a compelling scientific story within your academic manuscripts using the problem-gap-hook model championed by Professor Lorelei Lingard, a leading rhetorician and medical education researcher. 
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Study or Story: Writing Educational Manuscripts

Led By Subha Ramani MBBS, PhD With Co-Moderators Erik K. Alexander, MD, Martin Pusic, MD, PhD, Ed Krupat, PhD, And Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc

 

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Virtual Education Series

COVID-19 has dramatically impacted medical education and how Virtual learning tools have closed the gap during the pandemic and for the future. This series provides tips and tricks to help you navigate this new era of teaching.
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Building Your Online Teaching Confidence In The Age Of COVID-19

by Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc, Assistant Director, Education and Science Initiatives, Brigham Education Institute; Educational Research Associate, Massachusetts General Hospital; Social Media Strategist, Harvard Macy Institute; Instructor in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

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Engaging Your Virtual Audience: Interactive Zoom Presentations

by Subha Ramani, MBBS, PhD, Director, RISE Program, Department of Medicine, Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Lead, Global Perspectives and Community, BEI

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Virtual Education Tips & Innovations: Lessons From The RISE Scholars

Panelists: RISE Scholars (Research, Innovations and Scholarship in Education) Rachel Blair, MD Andrew Lawton, MD Rebecca Sternschein, MD Subha Ramani, MBBS, PhD Erik Alexander, MD Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc

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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.
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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

 

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Simple Ways To Incorporate Simulation Into Teaching

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

 

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The Mini-CEX (Clinical Evaluation Exercise)

by Erik Alexander MDExecutive Director, Brigham Education Institute
New! Watch our animated, white-board, presentation style demonstrated in the video, and leave feedback if you’d like to see more like this!

 

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Spaced Education And Interleaved Learning
 

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

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360 Assessment Of The Trainee


by Subha Ramani, M.B.B.S, M.M.Ed, Director of Evaluation and Scholars in Medical Education Track, Internal Medicine Residency Program, BWH

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Balancing Autonmy And Supervision With The Trainee

by Brent Shoji, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Gastrointestinal and General Surgery

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Assessment Of The Trainee Via And Oral Exam
PART 1

by Doug Smink, MD, Program Director, General Surgery Residency, Associate Chair of Education, Department of Surgery, Associate Medical Director, STRATUS and Ali Tavakkoli, MDProgram Director, Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship, Associate Director, Advanced Multimodality Image Guided Operating (AMIGO) Suite

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Assessment Of The Trainee Via And Oral Exam
PART 2

by Doug Smink, MD, Program Director, General Surgery Residency, Associate Chair of Education, Department of Surgery, Associate Medical Director, STRATUS and Ali Tavakkoli, MDProgram Director, Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship, Associate Director, Advanced Multimodality Image Guided Operating (AMIGO) Suite

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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.
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INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH

by Erik Alexander MDExecutive Director, Brigham Education Institute

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QUALITATIVE & QUANTITATIVE MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH DESIGN & PRINCIPLES
PART 1

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

 

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THE BASICS OF PERFORMING AND PUBLISHING MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH

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

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QUALITATIVE & QUANTITATIVE MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH DESIGN & PRINCIPLES
PART 2

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

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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

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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 e-learning videos below.
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Before You Teach, Know Your Learner

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

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Assessing And Evaluating The Learner

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

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Curriculum Design And Development

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

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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