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ISSUE 19 

Oct. 2016

QUICKLINKS

Faculty Matters is a bimonthly publication for the University of Colorado School of Medicine faculty.


 

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Active Learning - 3 Easy Ways
Oct. 27, 2016
12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Janet Corral, PhD
Webinar

Analytics in Decision-Making: Personalized Medicine
Nov. 1, 2016
Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Fulginiti - Gossard Forum

What is a "Best Evidence Medical Education" (BEME) review?
Nov. 3, 2016
12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Janet Corral, PhD
Ben Harnke, MLIS
Webinar

Herding Cats Part II: Creating a Culture of Accountability, Trust and Collaboration
Nov. 8, 2016
8:00 a.m. to noon
Kari Granger, PCC
Fulginiti - Gossard Forum

Outpatient Teaching
Dec. 9, 2016
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Multiple Presenters
AO1, Room 6101​ ​​



What is Best Evidence in Medical Education?

And how does it integrate into my teaching and educational leadership?

Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) consists of reviews of the health professions education literature on key topics, in order to inform educational practice and leadership. BEME reviews are conducted by voluntary teams of medical education scholars from around the world. When the nonprofit BEME board receives a topic proposal, the board ensures the ability of the voluntary team members to complete an effective review by assessing the team members and the proposed review process. Once the proposal is accepted, the protocol is returned to the team to implement the review.

Read more. ​​​

 


News  

Call for Abstracts of Educational Research and/or Innovations due November 15

The fifth annual Education Scholarship & Innovation Symposium, hosted by the Academy of Medical Educators, will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 31, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

All Anschutz students, residents, graduate students, post-docs and faculty are invited to submit an abstract on educational research and/or innovations in the health sciences professions. Abstracts are due by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15. All abstracts will be considered for poster presentations, with a minority selected for oral presentations. Please see the site for further details.

Click here for details about the abstract submission process and the symposium.​


Big Data in the Era of Data-Driven Health Care

By Michael G. Kahn, Michael J. Ames and Janet Corral

“Big Data” are big words these days, often used to describe the next transformative force in health care. So, what does this term mean? How will it impact clinical care, teaching and research? And, what do I need to know to incorporate these new ideas into my career?​

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Rural Track Increases Physicians Serving in Colorado’s Rural Areas

By Mark Deutchman, MD, Director, Rural Track, Associate Dean for Rural Health

Colorado’s rural areas are short of physicians, particularly those who specialize in primary care. To address that shortage, the University of Colorado School of Medicine created the Rural Track eleven years ago. CU is one of only 30 medical schools in the U.S. with a program aimed at attracting, admitting and nurturing students who aspire to become rural physicians. Our Rural Track has a successful record of producing rural physicians for our state. 

Here are some of our results: Read more


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