The KCU-GME Consortium Faculty Development Program is designed to support the personal and professional growth of our medical educators. This comprehensive program empowers faculty members to achieve their fullest potential, create vibrant learning environments, and contribute to the mission of the consortium in a meaningful way.
The ACGME requires Residency Program Directors and Core Faculty to participate in annual faculty development activities. All KCU GME Program Directors and Core Faculty members should complete the activities outlined below no later than June 30, 2021.
- Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Basic Certificate in Quality and Safety (complete once every 5 years)
- American Medical Association (AMA) modules:
- Faculty: Creating an Effective and Respectful Learning Environment
- Faculty: Empowering Residents as Teachers
- Faculty: Physician Health: Physicians Caring for Ourselves
- Faculty: Thriving Through Residency: The Resilient Resident
- Faculty: Using Tools to Form an Action Plan for Wellness
- Health Care Quality: Measuring Physician Performance
- Patient Handoffs
- Sleep Deprivation: Your Life and Your Work
Optional faculty development opportunities include:
- AAMC Exploring Unconscious Bias in Academic Medicine
- Diversity and Inclusion in GME — Realities, Challenges, and Solutions
- KCU GME Grand Rounds
- KCU GME Retreat presentation recordings
- IHI GME Development courses
- Implicit Bias: Conscientious Interventions to Tackle the Elephant in the Room
- Osteopathic Manipulation Treatment (OMT) Resources and recorded didactic sessions
- Providing Effective Feedback: Pitfalls and Pearls
- Teaching by Observation: How to Improve Residents’ Skills
- Teaching Learners How to Speak Up Effectively
For additional information and access, please contact KCU GME at email@example.com.