The Faculty of Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development‘s goal is to empower teachers to be successful by developing a model for educational support that takes into account the needs of all teaching sites and teachers at all career stages.
- Support the mission of the Faculty of Medicine by planning, developing, implementing and evaluating effective, efficient, sustainable and flexible educational activities that meet the current and future needs of individual teachers and the Faculty.
- Inspire, support and organize a collaborative, inter-professional network of teachers and clinician educators to meet needs of provincial Faculty of Medicine learners based on scholarly inquiry.
- Facilitate the development and renewal of teaching learning competencies, educational leadership and scholarly activities of members of the Faculty, and to promote a culture of teaching and learning within the Faculty.
- Faculty of Medicine: Faculty Development (MedNet)
This Introductory Resource focuses on onboarding new clinical faculty, however, experienced faculty may also find it informative.
- Mini-Modules for teaching with patient- care: These newly developed modules provide introductory faculty development for teaching in the clinical space using principles of an educational alliance. The Mini-modules with their direct links are as follows:
- Co-creating goals: Co-creating Mutual Goals: Forging an Educational Alliance – Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com)
- Direct observation & feedback in the clinical setting: Direct Observation and Feedback in a Clinical Setting – Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com)
- Clinical reasoning through collaborative questioning: Probing Clinical Reasoning Through Collaborative Questioning – Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com) – Addresses avoiding public humiliation in the context of directed questioning.
- Reflection and feedback conversations: Reflection and Feedback Conversations – Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com)
- Links to role-based training modules for teaching without patient care (e.g. small group facilitation, lectures, etc.)
- Links to resources for creating an inclusive environment
- An overview of the curriculum, assessment, and feedback to teachers:
- Links to important administrative information
You can access all these resources here: https://facdev.med.ubc.ca/welcome-to-the-faculty-of-medicine/
You can visit the Scenario Library for Teaching at https://facdev.med.ubc.ca/scenario-library/ for more information.
To download the scenarios, which are housed in Teams, you will need to email email@example.com. The Office of Faculty Development will provide you with access.
Additional resources and links:
- Academic Leadership Development Program (ALDP)
- Office of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)– check out this link for CME events
- International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE)
- Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME)
- Royal College Practice, Performance and Innovation Unit (PPI)
- Journals of Medical Education/Publications
- Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT)
- Faculty Appointments, Tenure and Promotion
The Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) is a research and education centre that strives to enhance the health of people and populations by supporting the educational practices of the health professions.
Canada as a whole has a reputation across the globe as a leader in the production of original, innovative, and critical health professions education research. Within the country and abroad, CHES is at the forefront of this work, being one of the most productive health professions education research units, both within the country and compared to top tier schools internationally. Our faculty are prominent leaders in health professions education research globally.
Visit the Centre for Health Education Scholarship website for your direct link to UBC programs and resources.