Department of Family Medicine
The overall purpose of the Faculty Development Program in the Department of Family Medicine is to encourage excellence in practice, teaching and research at the Medical University of South Carolina, and to do so in ways that respond to individual faculty needs, department priorities, and overall MUSC strategic goals. The Faculty Development Program will provide assistance to each faculty member to reach his/her individual academic goals, through the use of seminars and individual mentoring. Topics for the coming year will focus on teaching skills, research, and professional development.
Our overall mission is to improve the health of South Carolinians and promote excellence in training of family physicians by developing and improving the skills of the faculty. This program will be led by Alexander W. Chessman, M.D.
- Family Medicine Faculty Development Moodle (includes schedule, presentation content, and session surveys)
- Departmental Mentoring and Career Development Plan
- AAFP Learning Objective Guidelines
Nine Characteristics of a Great Teacher
A great teacher:
… respects students.
… creates a sense of community and belonging in the classroom.
… is warm, accessible, enthusiastic and caring.
… sets high expectations for all students.
… has her/his own love of learning and inspires students with his passion
.… is a skilled leader.
… collaborates with colleagues on an ongoing basis.
… maintains professionalism in all areas…
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2016-2017 Faculty Development Dates:
|October 26, 2016|
|December 14, 2016|
|March 15, 2017|
|June 7, 2017|
Past Topics and Presenters
|MUSC Strategic Plan for Fostering Innovative Education and Learning||Donna Kern, MD|
|Creating Research Surveys||Beth Wolf, PhD|
|MUSC Promotion Requirements||Leonie Gordon, MD, ChB|
|Family Medicine in Medical Education||Kristen Hood Watson, MD|
|Giving Effective Feedback||J. Brian Lanier, MD, FAAFP|
|How to Write Multiple Choice Questions||Alec Chessman, MD|
|Curriculum Design, Engaging Teaching, and High Quality Feedback||Scott Bragg, PharmD, BCPS|
|Communication and Observations||John Freedy, MD, PhD|
|Philosophy of Teaching and Innovative Teaching Techniques||Melissa Hortman, MEd|
|Making EPIC Yours - Adjusting preferences, screens, smart text, templates||Laura Camacho, PhD|
|Geriatric Medicine and Skilled Nursing Facilities||Russ Blackwelder, Div, MD|
|Transgender and Gay Men Patient Care||Marty Player, MD|
|Ages and Stages and M-CHAT||James Durant, MD|
|Inpatient Handoff - IPASS||Lauren Destino, MD|
|Handling Controversial Issues||Dr. B. DaNine Fleming & Dr. Willette S. Burnham|
|Music Therapy||Claire Littlejohn, MT-BC|
|Teaching to Your True Colors||Melissa Hortman, MEd|
|How to Develop a Career as a Clinician-Educator||Elisha L. Brownfield, MD & Dr. Benjamin Clyburn|
|Utilizing EPIC||Joseph Benich III, MD|
|Introduction to Ultrasound||SonoSite, Inc.|
|Women's Health||Jennifer Bain, MD|
|Injections||Alec DeCastro, MD|
|One Minute Precepting||Chad Garven MD|
|Dermoscope Training||Erek Majka, MD|
|Developing Effective Presentations||Water Renne, MD|
|Utilizing TurningPoint Technology||Gary Melancon|
|Inpatient Billing and Coding||Jairy Hunter, MD, MBA, SFHM|
|Skin Surgery||Barry Hainer, MD|
|Faculty Promotion and Tenure Criteria||Daniel Lackland, PhD|
|Evaluations and Feedback||Lisa Mims, MD|