Faculty & Staff Development
Faculty Development Conference
October 5, 2017--“Rural & Community Research Spotlight” Pre-Conference Poster Fair
1st Place: Antibiotic Dosing in Obesity: Weighing In on the Evidence by Alena Gapchenkpo, PharmD, Monroe Clinic Resident
2nd Place: Improving Access to Primary Care-Collaborative Chronic Disease Management with Pharmacist-Led Visits by Daniel Wilk, PharmD, Monroe Clinic Resident
3rd Place: Process Improvement of Post-Partum Depression Resources by Ashley A. Engel, MCW-Green Bay Medical Student
Thank you to everyone who participated and to our hosts Monroe Clinic and RWHC for sponsoring the event at Minhas Micro Brewery.
October 6, 2017–Rural & Community Medical Educators Faculty Development Conference, “Cultivating Joy in Practice & Teaching.”
To view presentations from this year’s conference and our past conferences, please visit the Resources Page of our website.
Residency Faculty Fundamentals Certificate Program
The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine has launched the Residency Faculty Fundamentals Certificate Program to provide online training for faculty. The program covers:
- The structure and requirements of residency education
- How to be an effective and efficient faculty member
- The nuts and bolts of curriculum development and teaching
- Strategies for assessment, feedback, and remediation of residents
Courses include readings, videos, interactive modules, quizzes, and assignments. While a few courses are specific to family medicine, most are applicable to faculty of any specialty. To graduate from the program, participants must complete all courses and assignments and pass a final exam within one year.
New Preceptor Mentoring
Those new to the role of rural preceptor have the opportunity to team up with a seasoned rural faculty or preceptor for mentoring. This experience may include:
- Regular phone calls
- Mentor shadowing
Contact us to be learn more about mentoring opportunities.
Medical Education Administrators & Coordinators Workshop (MEAC)
WCRGME and several other medical education partners statewide present a Medical Education Administrators and Coordinators (MEAC) Workshop each summer. This full-day workshop provides the opportunity for both new and seasoned undergraduate and graduate physician education administrators & coordinators to network and receive practical training to improve the overall medical education experience.
For more information about MEAC, visit the MEAC Website.
Rural GME Coordinators Team
The Rural GME Coordinators Team is a group of education coordinators who meet bi-monthly via videoconference to network, receive training, and work on projects to increase their effectiveness in filling the unique role of coordinating rural training track (RTT) residency programs.
Two of the six yearly meetings are open to RTT coordinators nationally.
Click here to view past presentations.
New Rural GME Administrators Training
Answers to questions about how to best administer rural GME rotations are always welcome. In addition, a formalized training for those new to the role of rural rotation administration is under development.