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ISSUE 4 March 2013 


Grant Writing Basics for Educational Scholarship

June 4, 2013
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Janice Hanson, PhD, EdS
Location TBD
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Lead More Effective Bedside Teaching Encounters Using “Mi-PLAN”

Providing care and teaching at the patient's bedside has many potential patient care and educational benefits. Use the "Mi-PLAN" model to make bedside experiences with learners more effective, fun and straightforward. Learn more.



Interprofessional Education at the Anschutz Medical Campus Helps Health Care Teams Communicate Effectively

Mark Earnest, MD and Jason Williams, MD

If you enter a classroom on a Wednesday afternoon this fall, you may encounter this: Ten student teams with students from as many as five health professions wrestling with a clinical case—racing against the clock and each other—to identify all the potential harms that may befall a patient. When the time expires, the teams receive their scores and then reflect on their performance. As individuals and as a team, what did they do well? Where did they go wrong? How can they improve?

Learn how Anschutz Medical Campus is improving interprofessional education.


New Office of Community-Based Medical Education to Serve as a Resource for Volunteer Faculty

Dennis Boyle, MD
To support, strengthen and celebrate the work of School of Medicine (SOM) volunteer clinical faculty, a new office of Community-Based Medical Education (CBME) was developed. The office will be led by Dennis Boyle, MD, Assistant Dean of CBME and Nicole Bost, CBME manager. 

RIME Framework Creator Demonstrates a Shared Mental Model for Evaluating Medical School Learners

Janice L. Hanson, PhD, EdS
Providing and receiving feedback is essential for learners and educators alike. But inconsistencies in the delivery of feedback can cause confusion and render these efforts ineffective.


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