This Certificate Program is designed to help teachers maximize learning in the clinical environment. Faculty who teach students, residents, or fellows alongside providing clinical care will benefit from this program. Faculty who teach clinical skills outside of their own clinical practice will also benefit.
Certificate requirements include attendance of six live, online sessions and completion of six online modules within TalentLMS and additional independent learning activities. Certificates can be earned by completing the requirements over a single year or over multiple years.
The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this other activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
It will cost participants $25 for 8 hours or less, $35 for 8.25-16 hours, and $45 for 16 hours or more.
In order to get CME credit you do need to complete the Certificate program during the single year as the program is accredited annually.
If you are interested in receiving CME credit please email Amanda Garza firstname.lastname@example.org.
All resources used in the workshop will be posted after each session.
Learning Climate Session
Understanding and Retention Session
Teaching Efficiently Session
Teaching in the Presence of Patients Session
- Workshop Slides: Teaching in the Presence of Patients (pdf)
- Teaching in Presence of Patients Worksheet
- Article: “Could I add something?”Teaching communication by intervening in real time during a clinical encounter
- Article: Approaches for residents to address problematic encounters
- Article: No One Size Fits All: A Qualitative Study of Clerkship Medical Students’ Perceptions of Ideal Supervisor Responses to Microaggressions
- Article: How Exemplary Inpatient Teaching Physicians Foster Clinical Reasoning
- Article: Teaching psychomotor skills in the twenty-first century: Revisiting and reviewing instructional approaches through the lens of contemporary literature
- Article: Twelve Tips to Improve Bedside Teaching
- Article: Teaching in the Outpatient Clinic: Practical Tips
- Article: Teaching at the Bedside Maximal Impact in Minimal Time