Faculty Advancing in Medical Education (FAME) is a faculty development program sponsored by the Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators and the MERITS Program (Medical Education Research, Innovation, Teaching, and Scholarship). FAME supports faculty educators by providing resources and training in key conceptual and practical skills in teaching and assessment. Launched in 2011, FAME offers faculty development sessions each academic year.
- Enhance faculty members’ knowledge of theory-based education and its practical application.
- Enhance faculty skills in teaching and assessment.
- Improve medical student and resident education.
By the end of the workshops, the faculty will be able to:
- Establish a framework for practically applying workshop topics to their teaching venues.
- Improve specific faculty teaching and/or evaluation skills.
- Direct Observation of Learners
- Bringing Allyship to Medical Education and Teaching
- Zoom Teaching Techniques
- Going Beyond Zoom - Platforms, Places, and PowerPoint to Enhance Distance Learning
- Zooming Across Platforms - Using Zoom on Mac, Windows, and iOS
- Shoes First, Then Pants: Writing Effective Goals and Objectives
- Teaching During Telehealth Encounters
- Preparing for Virtual Residency Interviews
- Best Practices for Virtual Interviews
- Advancing Your Mission with Social Media: From Programs to Passions
- Making Feedback a Habit
- Minimizing Bias in Narrative Evaluations