Stanford Faculty Development Center for Medical Teachers  

Basic Science Teaching Program

 

Purpose: To help medical schools meet faculty development needs of basic science teachers who face ever-increasing demands and challenges.
Program: To meet this goal, we developed a "Basic Science Teaching" curriculum -- a revised version of the SFDC's "Clinical Teaching" curriculum -- that is tailored for basic science faculty and teaching assistants. Modifications include video vignettes re-enacting actual teaching interactions collected from institutions around the country.
Training: To disseminate this curriculum, we have extended our train-the-trainer model conducting "Facilitator Retraining" courses that prepare previously trained SFDC facilitators to deliver this teaching improvement course to basic science teachers at their home sites.
Results: The revised workshop has been disseminated locally at Stanford, nationally, and internationally. Initial evaluation data show positive effects of the training on participants' knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to teaching.
BASIC SCIENCE TEACHING
PROGRAM MATERIALS

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Since 2007, 27 SFDC Clinical Teaching facilitators from 21 institutions have been re-trained as
Basic Science Teaching facilitators. Institutions below reflect affiliation at the time of training

Program Faculty: Georgette Stratos, PhD; Kelley Skeff, MD, PhD
Guest Panelists: Gilbert Chu, MD; Tom Clandinin, PhD; Andrew Connolly MD ; Rita Popat, PhD; Ellen Porzig, PhD; Jennifer Raymond, PhD; Donald Regula, MD; Sakti Srivastava, MD, PhD

Elizabeth Alger Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, Doha, Qatar
2007
Jack Buckley Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
2007
Stephanie Call Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
2007
Craig Cheifetz Inova Fairfax Hospital, VA/Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Inova Campus
2010
Lisa Coplit Quinnipiac University, Frank H Netter School of Medicine, CT
2012
Sallie DeGolia Stanford University, Stanford, CA
2010
Gerald D. Denton Uniformed Services Univ. of Health Sciences, Bethseda, MD
2007
Mary Duke University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
2007
Jehan El-Bayoumi The George Washington University, Washington, DC
2010
Robert Greif University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
2010
Nageshwara Gullapalli University of Nevada, Reno, NV
2012
Robert Hawkins Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH
2007
Matthias Hofer H. Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany
2007
Jennie Hsu-Lumetta University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
2010
James Kruer Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2007
Sharon Levine Boston University, MA
2012
Debra Litzelman Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
2007
Lynn Manfred Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
2008
Mary McDonald University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS
2008
Louis Pangaro Uniformed Services Univ. of Health Sciences, Bethseda, MD
2007
Peter Pompei Stanford University, Stanford, CA
2008
Carlos Reyes Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
2008
Laura K. Snydman Tufts University Medical School, Boston, MA
2010
Jason Szostek Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, MN
2012
Carol Storey-Johnson Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
2008
Julie Vannerson Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
2007
Jeffrey Wong Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
2007

 

 

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