Drexel University College of Medicine
Faculty and Residents Portal
Teaching and Evaluating DrexelMed Students


 

Welcome to the Faculty & Residents as Teachers Portal!


Drexel University College of Medicine clinician teachers, faculty and residents provide a critical component of medical student education. The DUCOM Office of Educational Affairs has developed this portal to provide a repository of resources.

In addition, the module "Residents as Teachers" is required of all DUCOM affiliated residents and can be accessed here.

We hope that these resources are helpful to you. Please contact us if you would like our assistance in developing live faculty development or 'resident as teachers' sessions at your institution. To get started, click on a topic to expand that section.

Please also make sure that you review the overall MD program objectives as well as the objectives for the clerkship in which you teach, so you can best understand your role as a teacher and evaluator.

Lastly, we value your feedback on any of these resources, and welcome suggestions on additional topics of interest.

Thank you very much for everything you do for our students!

Valerie Weber, MD, MS
Senior Vice Dean for Educational and Academic Affairs
Drexel University College of Medicine
vdw32@drexel.edu

 

 

Resident as Teachers Module [ Required ]

TEACHING RESOURCES


The Learning Environment
Coming soon

                                                      
Drexel University College of Medicine and the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
A physician-student interaction where the physician seeks commitment by the student as to the possible diagnosis; probes for evidence; reinforces what is right; teaches general rules; and corrects mistakes.

in this video, watch a clinician-educator teach using the Microskills model while a student presents a case. Thanks to Dr Maurice Clifton for the use of this video.

Apgar Academy of Medical Educators

Dana Farabaugh, MD, Drexel University College of Medicine
This session will provide strategies to incorporate meaningful teaching into your busy clinical days.

Drexel University College of Medicine
Dr. Ziring provides an overview and demonstrates the skills involved with effective bedside teaching in a man with “foot drop”, foot swelling, and a reduction in the mass of gastrocnemius muscle.

Drexel University College of Medicine and the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
Describes how to give an oral case presentation. The attending gives students a mnemonic for remembering the elements of the oral case presentation used on clinical rounds.

Aagaard E, Czernik Z, Rossi C, Guiton G. Giving effective feedback: a faculty development online module and workshop. MedEdPORTAL. 2010;6:8119.
Watch a clinician-educator set expectations for a new student on her service.

                                                      
Drexel University College of Medicine and the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
An optimal learning environment supports giving and receiving feedback.

Dana Farabaugh, MD, Drexel University College of Medicine
This session will help you provide effective verbal feedback to learners of all levels by providing strategies to incorporate feedback and overcome som barriers to effective feedback.

Apgar Academy of Medical Educators

Tews M, Quinn-Leering K, Fox C, Simonson J, Ellinas E, Lemen P. Residents as educators: giving feedback. MedEdPORTAL. 2014;10:9658.
In this video, a student interviews a patient while an attending observes. What feedback would you have for this student? How would you present your feedback to the student?

Tews M, Quinn-Leering K, Fox C, Simonson J, Ellinas E, Lemen P. Residents as educators: giving feedback. MedEdPORTAL. 2014;10:9658.
In this video, watch the attending give feedback to the student who presented in video 1. Is there anything you would do differently to give feedback?

                                                      


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*DocCom, a series on Healthcare Communication Skills is available for free access by Drexel University College of Medicine affiliated medical educators. If you have a Drexel User ID, you can use it to access DocCom at this link.  Contact your site's Director of Medical Education (DME) for assistance in obtaining a Drexel account which will also give you a username and password to access to Clerkship websites, our clinical skills portal and other educational resources

Medical Student
Graduation Competencies

    
CLERKSHIP GOALS & OBJECTIVES /
CLERKSHIP WEBSITES

Select the Goals & Objectives for the Clerkship that applies to your residency/teaching area. Clerkship websites contain syllabus and information students see and use during the clerkship.
Ambulatory Medicine
Goals & Objectives   Website
Emergency Medicine
Goals & Objectives   Website
Family Medicine
Goals & Objectives   Website
Medicine
Goals & Objectives   Website
Medicine Sub-Internship
Goals & Objectives   Website
Neurology
Goals & Objectives   Website
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Goals & Objectives   Website
Obstetrics & Gynecology Sub-Internship
Goals & Objectives   Website
Pediatrics
Goals & Objectives   Website
Pediatrics Sub-Internship
Goals & Objectives   Website
Psychiatry
Goals & Objectives   Website
Surgery
Goals & Objectives   Website
Surgery Sub-Internship
Goals & Objectives   Website

You must use your Drexel UserID and Password to access the websites. If you do not have one, contact your site's Director of Medical Education.
 

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