Resident as Teacher

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Resident as Teacher

Co Chairs:
Tracey Cho, MD MA
Hope Ricciotti, MD


Goals and Achievements 
2015-2016 Meeting Agendas 
Archives: Meeting Minutes/ Agendas 
Resources
Past Programming 


2016-2017 Meetings:
Information Coming Soon 


Goals:
The Resident as Teacher Interest Group aims to provide guidance to faculty and chief residents in creating formal curricula to help train residents and fellows as teachers. Our goals are to: (1) create a best-practice curricula for Harvard training programs so all house staff receive formal training and evaluation in teaching skills; (2) ensure all trainees understand the goals and objectives of Harvard Medical students in the various rotations.
 


2015-2016 Meeting Agendas 

04/04/2016 Meeting: Agenda 
01/08/2016 Meeting: Agenda 
10/15/2015 Meeting: Agenda 
5/01/2015 Meeting: Agenda


Archives: Meeting Minutes/ Agenda 

6/6/2014 Meeting: Agenda
4/7/2014 Meeting: Agenda
1/24/14 Meeting: Agenda
10/18/2012 Meeting: Agenda
9/26/2011 Meeting: Minutes
11/15/2010 Meeting: Minutes
8/25/ 2010 Meeting: Minutes 


Resources:

Teaching and Learning During Consultation Bibliography
Ilgen, Jonathan S. Back to the Bedside: The eight year evolution of a resident-as-teacher rotation. Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2010.
Resident as Teacher Bibliography
Resident as Teacher ACE draft
Resident as Teacher: Teaching in the Clinical Setting Powerpoint by the RAT Interest Group


Interest Group Resources:
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Resident as Teacher Interest Group Faculty Programming: 

Resident as Teacher Academy Interest Group Symposium: Teaching and Learning from Consultation 
Thursday, February 25, 2016- 3:00-5:00 PM

The frequency of consultation in inpatient medicine is increasing. Therefore, the specialty consultation represents an important opportunity for resident work-based learning. Teaching in the setting of inpatient consultation may also have a broad reaching impact by improving patient care, enhancing critical thinking by our learners, empowering the primary team to participate in care decisions and improving the teaching skills of future faculty. However, teaching in the setting of consultation can be challenging due to multiple factors.

This symposium will examine factors affecting the consult interaction, propose interventions to enhance the consult interaction, particularly between residents and fellows and focus on two skills important for teaching during consultation 1) how to ask effective questions to engage and assess the learner and 2) utilize a framework for teaching in the time-limited setting of consultation.

The symposium will provide participant trainees skills that can be used to teach during consultation and will help program directors and consultants teach such skills to trainees. 

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Resident/Fellow as Teacher Programs and Curricula from the Harvard Training Programs click here for more information 
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 – 3:00-5:00 pm
Hope Ricciotti, M.D., and Tracey Cho, M.D.

The Resident as Teacher Interest Group from the Academy at Harvard Medical School (HMS) is sponsoring a showcase to highlight and share Resident/Fellow as Teacher programs and curricula from the Harvard training programs. HMS faculty and trainees will present some of their best offerings in Resident/Fellow as Teacher trainings, curricula, assessments, and other programming in order to share ideas. 

Link to Program Schedule
Abstract Booklet
Video Link 

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Mission

Our Mission

To create and nurture a diverse community of the best people committed to leadership in alleviating human suffering caused by disease