UW Medicine’s Faculty Development Resources and Offerings

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For workshops and contact information, go to the schedule and registration

Upcoming Events

Special Topics

Upcoming Courses

Annual and Ongoing

 Jan. 26, 2017

*IAMSE Winter Webcast Series
2017 | Online| More Info
FREE Registration for CLIME Members

 Feb. 2, 2017

*IAMSE Winter Webcast Series
2017 | Online | More Info
FREE Registration for CLIME Members

 Mar. 22, 2017

(*)Annual Faculty Development Day Program:
Leadership and Communication
March 22, 2017 | 8:00am-4:00pm | Urban Horticulture Center

Our very own Belinda Fu, MD, will be leading

the afternoon with Medical Improv around
Power Dynamics.

View Agenda | Click here to register.
CME credit will be available.

 

Webinar Series

*STFM Webinar Series
2016 | Online | More Info
Click here to join virtually.

Jan. 20, 2017

*GME 102
UW South Lake Union | Click here to register.
Online streaming and CME credit is available.
Click here for more info | View Agenda

Webinar Series

*Virtual Mindfulness Drop-In Sessions
3rd Tuesdays | Online | More Info
Click here to join virtually.

 


* live streaming and/or recorded
(*) likely live streaming and/or recorded but yet to receive confirmation

 

Other Events

PNWU Osteopathic Principles & Practice (OPP) Introductory Workshop (On-demand)

Pacific Northwest University is hosting an OPP Introductory Workshop for residency faculty, with 3.5 hours of CME available. The workshop is brought to your program, and is designed to foster osteopathic-focused learning environments in residency training programs. The OPP Introductory Workshop is aimed at residency program directors and faculty so that they may develop individual skills in OPP modalities and improve competencies as educators who supervise residents who perform OPP in patient care settings. The workshop is an interactive, hands-on educational activity. Through kinesthetic learning, lecture, and small group discussion, participants experience an enriched learning environment focused on 6 OPP modalities: soft tissue; myofascial release; lymphatics; counterstrain; muscle energy; high velocity, low amplitude (HVLA).

For more information, please visit the workshop webpage and see the brochure.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a session, contact Michelle Chadek, OPP Education Coordinator, at mchadek

@pnwu.edu or 509.249.7884.

NWHFC Project ECHO: Heart Failure Case Conference Series

The video conferences are led by an interdisciplinary team of heart failure experts, involving 15 minutes of CME accredited educational presentations, and 45 minutes of audience-­‐submitted heart failure case presentations and interactive discussions/consultations are organized to improve the care of patients with heart failure, and expand the experience and knowledge base of the providers who care for them. Community providers (MD/DO, ARNP/PA, RN, PharmD, Social Work and Allied Health Professionals) who treat patients with a diagnosis of heart failure are invited to join these conferences (there is no fee), scheduled for the first and third Wednesdays at noon Pacific Time, and can present their own cases or participate in the discussion of cases from other sites.

Click here to view the flyer with information, or here to register. If you have questions about the program, contact nwhfc@uw.edu.


Other Resources

Program Director Resources through UW GME Office (UW Net ID required for access)

UW GME Office’s Program Director Intranet

UW GME Office’s Online Recordings, would need to search by title or date of presentation

CLIME Resources for Teaching