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VCU School of Medicine faculty opinions highlighted in New England Journal of Medicine essays

Two Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine faculty members, Richard Wenzel, MD, MSc and Alan Dow, MD, MSHA, were published in the New England Journal of Medicine in August.  The NEJM is among the most prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals in the country and the oldest continuously published journal in the United States. Read more about it in VCU News.

Lunchtime Learning – Innovating pre-clinical and clinical teaching with digital media

This lunchtime learning workshop presented the three different perspectives of teaching and learning with digital media in medical education: basic science educator, resident educator, and medical student learner.  View the entire session here: https://ess.echo360.vcu.edu:8443/ess/echo/presentation/a3aab115-0214-4f8d-8dbf-d977102e7502

2017 Digital Media Bootcamp

Calling all faculty! Are you interested in developing your technology skills for teaching in medical education? Perhaps you’d like to learn how to use eCurriculum more effectively, or publish scholarly content and media to the web.  Maybe you’d to improve your Powerpoint presentations or produce a digital lecture/video.  Register now for the 2017 VCU School […]

Conducting Research in Health Professions Education: From Idea to Publication

In November 2016 the AAMC released an eBook, consisting entirely of Last Pages, that provides over 40 one-page primers exploring every stage of health professions education research.  It is free and available as a PDF below. Download PDF: Conducting Research in Health Professions Education: From Idea to Publication