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CLIME Conversation Café Recording: The Jazz of Educational Design: Maximizing the Power of the Arts in Medical Education

CLIME Conversation Café Recording: The Jazz of Educational Design: Maximizing the Power of the Arts in Medical Education

CLIME Conversation Cafe: Arts and Humanities in Medical Education The Jazz of Educational Design: Maximizing the Power of the Arts in Medical EducationSpeaker: Paul Haidet, MD. MPH In this session, attendees used jazz music to create a faculty development experience in education (developing one’s “voice” as a teacher). They also explored the underlying design of the experience and discuss principles for maximizing the power of the arts and humanities for teaching medical subjects. Session...

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2024 CALL FOR SMALL GRANT PROPOSALS

2024 CALL FOR SMALL GRANT PROPOSALS

2024 Call for Small Grant ProposalsThe Center for Learning and Innovation and Medical Education’s (CLIME’s) mission is to optimize teaching skills, foster educator career development, and support educational scholarship. We do this by creating a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming community that works together to achieve these goals.  In keeping with our mission, CLIME is pleased to announce our annual call for CLIME Small Grant proposals. CLIME supports faculty who are working to develop...

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CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Ethics in Medicine

CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Ethics in Medicine

CLIME Conversation Cafe: Arts and Humanities in Medical Education Visual Thinking StrategiesSpeaker: Gina Campelia, PhD, HEC-C Ethics content in undergraduate medical curriculum has a long history grounded in the four principles of biomedical ethics: respect for autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice.  These principles are useful and important, but are not representative of the value systems that clinicians, patients and families bring into the clinical setting.  The four...

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CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: TAI LOCKSPEISER, MD,MHPE & HEATHER MCPHILLIPS, MD, MPH

CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: TAI LOCKSPEISER, MD,MHPE & HEATHER MCPHILLIPS, MD, MPH

The Impact of Pass/Fail of Standarized Testing and Grades of Learners and Training ProgramsTai Lockspeiser, MD, MHPE, FAAP is a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado, School of Medicine, and the Jones Family Endowed Professor of Medical Education. She attended Stanford University where she obtained a BA in psychology with honors.  She then completed medical school at the University of California, San Francisco.  In between her third and fourth year of medical...

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Re-Thinking the Integration of the Basic Sciences and Clinical Sciences in Medical Education

Re-Thinking the Integration of the Basic Sciences and Clinical Sciences in Medical Education

Re-Thinking the Integration of Basic and Clinical Sciences in Medical EducationNicole (Nikki) Woods, PhD is the Richard and Elizabeth Currie Chair for Research in Health Professions Education. She is also Director of The Institute for Education Research (TIER) at University Health Network and Senior Scientist at The Wilson Centre, University of Toronto. Dr. Woods leads an internationally recognized research program that uses methods and principles from cognitive psychology to advance medical...

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CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: NICOLE WOODS, PHD

CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: NICOLE WOODS, PHD

Re-Thinking the Integration of Basic and Clinical Sciences in Medical EducationNicole (Nikki) Woods, PhD is the Richard and Elizabeth Currie Chair for Research in Health Professions Education. She is also Director of The Institute for Education Research (TIER) at University Health Network and Senior Scientist at The Wilson Centre, University of Toronto. Dr. Woods leads an internationally recognized research program that uses methods and principles from cognitive psychology to advance medical...

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CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Visual Thinking Strategies

CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Visual Thinking Strategies

CLIME Conversation Cafe: Arts and Humanities in Medical Education Visual Thinking StrategiesSpeakers: Andrea Kalus, MD Andrea Kalus, an experienced leader and innovator in using Arts and Humanities in Medical Education in our Community, kicked off the the series with an overview of the topic and an exploration of Visual Thinking Strategies. Resources:  Visual Thinking Strategies: Using Art to Deepen Learning Across School Disciplines by Philip Yenawine Art Museum- Based Teaching: Visual...

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An Inside Look into the UWSOM Colleges Program

An Inside Look into the UWSOM Colleges Program

About The GuestDr. Molly Blackley Jackson is a general internal medicine physician at University of Washington. She spent the first part of her career in consult and hospital medicine, and now practices primary care at Roosevelt General Internal Medicine Clinic. She grew up in North Carolina and went to undergrad and medical school at UNC Chapel Hill. Molly has been a College mentor since 2009, is the former Cascade College Head, and is currently the Assistant Dean for the Colleges across...

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2023-2024 CLIME FUNDED PROJECTS

2023-2024 CLIME FUNDED PROJECTS

Randomized Trial of a Microlearning Curriculum for the OB/GYN ClerkshipRalph Nicholas Burns, MD Fellow, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Obstretrics and GynecologyCo-PI's: Molly Levine, MD, Resident, Obstetrics and Gynecology Emily Fay, MD, Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology Alyssa Stephenson-Famy, MD, Associate Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology Project Abstract:  We propose a randomized trial of a new microlearning curriculum for OB/GYN clerkship students, evaluating two delivery...

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CLIME CLIPS

CLIME CLIPS

CLIME Clips!Want to learn more aout giving feedback? Check out this Thrivecast featuring Dr. Addie McClintock!Want to learn more about retrieval practice? Check out this open-access article in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education! Want to learn more about think-pair-share? Check out the eight minute CLIME think-pair-share learning module!Want to learn more about supporting self-regulated learning? Check out this resource from the MIT Teaching + Learning Lab.Want to learn more about...

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CLIME Conclusions!

CLIME Conclusions!

Teaching and Learning EssentialsTips for Great Teaching CLIME Conclusion (PDF)How Adults Learn CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Designing Learning Experiences CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Intro to Adult Learning Theory CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Intro to Cognitive Science CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Research and Scholarship ResourcesHigh Yield Resources for Educators CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Publishing Educational Scholarship CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Survey Design CLIME Conclusion (PDF)Social Media and Digital Scholarship for...

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CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: JASON FRANK, MD, MA(ED), FRCPC

CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: JASON FRANK, MD, MA(ED), FRCPC

How Compentency-Based Education is Changing Training EverywhereDr. Jason R. Frank is a clinician-educator focusing on all aspects of health professions training.  He is a professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine as well as an attending physician at the Ottawa Hospital.. He currently services as the founding Director for the Centre for Innovation in Medical Education at UOttawa (cIMED). Formerly, he worked as the Director, Specialty...

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Humanizing the Classroom

Humanizing the Classroom

About The GuestOver the past two decades David designed and led a range of graduate courses at UW across the clinical and health services disciplines. These courses involved domains such as applied clinical informatics, leadership in clinical informatics, project management in clinical informatics, introduction to clinical care, and professional and career development. He was an early adopter of online and hybrid learning technologies and was given the University of Washington Distinguished...

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CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: JUSTIN BULLOCK, MD, MPH

CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: JUSTIN BULLOCK, MD, MPH

The Learning Environment is Key for Equitable AssessmentJustin Bullock is a fellow in Nephrology at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Justin is passionate about creating safe environments in medicine where everyone in the hospital is able to bring their authentic selves to work in the spirit of healing. Justin is a passionate medical educator: a teacher, researcher, and lifelong learner. His primary research focus centers on how educators can minimize identity threats in the...

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CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Overcoming Barriers to Peer Observation and Feedback on Teaching

CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Overcoming Barriers to Peer Observation and Feedback on Teaching

CLIME Conversation Cafe: Overcoming Barriers to Peer Observation and Feedback on TeachingSpeaker: Somnath Mookherjee, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Associate Director for Faculty Development in Clinical Teaching (CLIME) This Conversation Café provided participants the opportunity to explore barriers to peer observation and feedback, and brainstorm ways to overcome them. Overcoming Barriers to Peer Observation and Feedback on Teaching Slides (PDF)

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The Praxis: A Podcast Connecting Theory and Practice for Health Justice

The Praxis: A Podcast Connecting Theory and Practice for Health Justice

The Praxis is hosted by Edwin Lindo, JD. This podcast is connecting theory and practice for health justice. The podcast aims to directly address and explore the effects of racism and other forms of marginalization so that we can collectively achieve health justice. Edwin journeys through history, theory, science & medicine by embracing storytelling, interviews, and community expertise. You can find all episodes here: https://depts.washington.edu/hcequity/the-praxis/  

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CLINICAL TEACHING CERTIFICATE SESSION RESOURCES

CLINICAL TEACHING CERTIFICATE SESSION RESOURCES

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...

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Well-Being in Higher Education

Well-Being in Higher Education

About The GuestsAssociate Dean for Well-Being, University of Washington of School of Medicine Founding Director, UW Resilience Lab & UW Resilience and Compassion Initiatives Senior Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health with the Global Brain Health Institute at UC San Francisco and the Atlantic Institute, Oxford, England Affilitate Assistant Professor, UW College of Education Dr. Anne Browning’s research focuses on the ways internal psychological resources (e.g. self-compassion,...

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CLIME SMALL GRANT AWARDS PROGRAM

CLIME SMALL GRANT AWARDS PROGRAM

About CLIME Small Grant Awards ProgramCLIME’s mission is to create a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming community that works together to optimize teaching skills, foster educator career development, and support educational scholarship.   In keeping with our mission, CLIME is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for faculty who are interested in pursuing education scholarship. The goal of this funding program is to provide CLIME members with opportunities to develop innovative education...

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TEACHINGPHYSICIAN.ORG

TEACHINGPHYSICIAN.ORG

TeachingPhysician.OrgConnects medical schools and community preceptors, and supports preceptors in doing their jobs more effectively. It also helps medical schools and residency programs recruit, train, and retain community preceptors and meet accreditation requirements for faculty development. Also provides videos, tips, answers to frequently asked questions, and links to in-depth information on topics including those below. Orienting a learner Precepting principles Teaching strategies What...

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EBERLY CENTER AT CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY

EBERLY CENTER AT CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY

The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational InnovationThe center brings pedagogical and technological issues together to support Carnegie Mellon faculty and graduate students in their roles as educators. CLIME encourages you to explore their site, which has resources related to designing and teaching courses, using technology for teaching, assessing teaching and learning, and designing and conducting education reseach.

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2022-2023 Work in Progress Schedule

2022-2023 Work in Progress Schedule

2022-2023 Work In Progress Presenters ScheduleTransitions of newly graduated providers into rural practice Ashley Dennis, PhDJanuary 24, 2023 12:00pm - 1:00pm (PT) Zoom Register: https://bit.ly/3WpLkvxBlack/African American Residents' Experience of Racial Affinity Groups in a Pediatric Training Program Desiree Yeboah, MD Sahar Rooholamini, MD, MPHFebruary 28, 2023 12:00pm -1:00pm (PT) Zoom Register: https://bit.ly/3DSNOLICommunicating and Connecting: Implementing and Evaluating a Curriculum on...

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MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH CERTIFICATE

MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH CERTIFICATE

MERC is a longitudinal program in partnership with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) consisting of six workshops intended for clinicians and teachers who desire to expand their scope of research skills to facilitate collaborative participation in medical education research projects. Through MERC, CLIME supports the creation of a community of like-minded teachers who share a common language and research repertoire allowing for ongoing collaboration on educational projects. The...

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CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: AUDREA BURNS, PHD

CLIME GRAND ROUNDS RECORDING: AUDREA BURNS, PHD

Allowing Medicine to Flourish Again: Cultivating Professional Identity in Medical Education Audrea Burns, PhD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics Despite ongoing social and political disruptions, medical education has continued to refine how we can best cultivate the professional identities of our learners and faculty.  This Grand Rounds highlights current challenges in professionalism through discussion of emerging frameworks to support an antiracist and inclusive environment to allow for all...

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NIH DIVERSE VOICES COLLECTION

NIH DIVERSE VOICES COLLECTION

The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) Region 5 has a Diverse Voices in Health & Medicine Collection Development Toolkit to help build collections that support health literacy and expand access to diverse voices in libraries of all types. The toolkit includes materials highlighting common and unique health concerns facing underserved populations through multiple genres and formats reflecting voices of the communities served.  The Diverse Voices in Health & Medicine...

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CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Metacognition for Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education

CLIME Conversation Café Recording: Metacognition for Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education

CLIME Conversation Cafe: "Metacognition for Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education" Topic: "Metacognition for Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education" Speaker: Jonika Hash, PhD, RN ,  Assistant Professor, University of Washington, School of Nursing This Conversation Café provided participants the opportunity to engage in conversation and discussion about the importance of metacognition for teaching and learning in health professions education. Jonika Hash explored...

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Introducing New CLIME Director: Dr. Kristina Dzara

Introducing New CLIME Director: Dr. Kristina Dzara

Trends in Health Professions EducationAbout This EpisodeGet to know the new CLIME Director and Assistant Dean for Educator Development Dr. Kristina Dzara. Dr. Dzara began her new position at the University of Washington School of Medicine in April 2022.We are excited to welcome Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc as the inaugural UW School of Medicine Assistant Dean for Educator Development in the Office of Faculty Affairs. Dr. Dzara will join the faculty as an Associate Professor in the Department of...

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2022-2023 CLIME FUNDED PROJECTS

2022-2023 CLIME FUNDED PROJECTS

Medicine for a Changing Planet: A Clinical Case-based CurriculumNoelle A. Benzekri, MD, MA, DTM&H Assistant Professor, Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious DiseasesCollaborator: Peter Rabinowitz, MD, MPH, Director, UW Center for One Health Reseach; Professor, Family Medicine Global Health, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. Project Abstract: Human health depends on the health of our environment. Dramatic changes in our environment and ecological systems are affecting...

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2022 CLIME Together Symposium Recording

2022 CLIME Together Symposium Recording

2022 CLIME Together SymposiumThe University of Washington (UW) Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) invited all health sciences educators to participate in its 7th annual CLIME Together Symposium for Excellence in Health Professions Education on Friday, June 10, 2022 virtually. This year's theme was Disability and Healthcare.  Dr. Lisa Meeks and Dr. Neera Jain gave a joint plenary "Becoming Anti-Ableist in Medical Education."  UWSOM Alumnus Dr. Conrad Addison, MD...

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Anti-Ableism and Disability Allyship In Medical Education

Anti-Ableism and Disability Allyship In Medical Education

About The GuestsHeather D. Evans, Ph.D.Pronouns: she / her / hersEmail: hdevans@uw.edu Heather is a socio-legal scholar who focuses on the ways in which institutions such as the law, higher education, and the medical field interact with marginalized populations. She has conducted statistical analyses, ethnographic fieldwork, and evaluation research. Heather’s current work is in the field of Critical Disability Studies examining disclosure, identity management, and workplace accommodations...

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Welcome Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc

Welcome Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc

Welcome our new CLIME Director and Assistant Dean for Educator Development!We are excited to welcome Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc as the inaugural UW School of Medicine Assistant Dean for Educator Development in the Office of Faculty Affairs. Dr. Dzara will join the faculty as an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education (BIME), Division of Medical Education and Evaluation. Dr. Dzara will begin in this role on April 1st. Dr. Dzara’s leadership roles...

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2022 CLIME Together Symposium: Call for Storytellers

2022 CLIME Together Symposium: Call for Storytellers

CLIME is excited to announce a call for storytellers as a part of our Annual CLIME Together Symposium 2022. We are seeking UW affiliated storytellers to tell a healthcare related story on the theme: Disability and Healthcare. We invite storytellers to share their stories about living with disability in ways that relate to the past and future of healthcare. We are eager to hear your stories about teaching, studying, and/or practicing in the healthcare arena. The stories may be serious,...

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AMA CENTER FOR HEALTH EQUITY – GUIDE TO LANGUAGE, NARRATIVE AND CONCEPTS

AMA CENTER FOR HEALTH EQUITY – GUIDE TO LANGUAGE, NARRATIVE AND CONCEPTS

AMA Center for Health Equity Advancing Health Equity: A Guide to Language, Narrative and ConceptsIn  2019, the AMA established the Center for Health Equity to embed and advance equity across all aspects of health care, including within the AMA itself. Foundational to the work of the Center, the AMA developed, in partnership with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Center for Health Justice, one of the most comprehensive health equity communication guides to support physicians’...

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Strategies for Using the Learning Climate to Reduce Imposter Phenomenon

Strategies for Using the Learning Climate to Reduce Imposter Phenomenon

Trends in Health Professions EducationAbout This EpisodeAddie McClintock, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She practices at the University of Washington Women’s Health Care Center where she also runs the women’s health training pathway for the internal medicine residency.  In this episode, Dr. McClintock will be broadening the conversation to describe how we can design the learning...

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Impact of Imposter Phenomenon

Impact of Imposter Phenomenon

Trends in Health Professions EducationAbout This EpisodeTyra Fainstad, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine. In this episode we learn what defines impostor phenomenon, how to recognize it in our learners, and strategies you can share with your learners to help them manage it. Dr. Fainstad will be sharing her wisdom about the characteristics and impact of impostor phenomenon and offering powerful strategies that educators can use to help learners manage...

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