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This series is presented in collaboration with the Academy of ledderhose disease symptoms Distinguished Educators. Faculty who attend 10 workshops over a two-year period will receive a Certificate of Commitment to Faculty ledderhose disease symptoms Development in Medical Education. The certificate can be included as part of the Teaching ledderhose disease symptoms Portfolio, which in turn can be used for purposes of application ledderhose disease symptoms for membership to the Academy of Distinguished Educators and/or as part of the portfolio for promotion and tenure. A historical list of topics that have been presented in ledderhose disease symptoms this series is located here.

This series features lectures from invited speakers, usually from outside of the University of Virginia, who are specialists in various topics related to medical education. Attendance during workshops in this series counts toward the attendee ledderhose disease symptoms receiving a Certificate of Commitment to Faculty Development in Medical ledderhose disease symptoms Education. A historical list of topics that have been presented in ledderhose disease symptoms this series is located here. Journal Club meetings

The School of Medicine revised its medical education curriculum. To prepare faculty to teach to the revised curriculum, a series of faculty development programs were developed, including this monthly series of discussions about pertinent journal articles. Please note that attending the journal club meetings does NOT ledderhose disease symptoms count toward earning a Certificate of Commitment to Faculty Development ledderhose disease symptoms in Medical Education. Journal Article citations reviewed during these meetings are located here. Registration for upcoming workshops

Presented by: Andrew Parsons, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospitalist, and Lead Coach for Clinical Reasoning and Karen M. Warburton, MD, FASN, Associate Professor of Medicine, Vice Chief for Faculty Development (Nephrology Division), and Director, GME Professional Development, Department of Medicine Description/Learning Objectives: Leaders in undergraduate and graduate medical education report learners who ledderhose disease symptoms struggle with clinical reasoning; however, remediation is often an uncomfortable topic and there is no ledderhose disease symptoms well-defined approach in the literature to address clinical reasoning deficits. This workshop will offer attendees an approach to identifying and ledderhose disease symptoms remediating learners who struggle with clinical reasoning. Attendees will work together in small groups in which they ledderhose disease symptoms will review cases, assess struggling learners, and develop a coaching plan specific to a set of ledderhose disease symptoms clinical reasoning deficits. The presenters will share their experience in the development of ledderhose disease symptoms a clinical reasoning coaching program across two institutions involving learners ledderhose disease symptoms from a variety of specialties. The audience will then have the opportunity to brainstorm some ledderhose disease symptoms strategies for implementing similar programs in their own departments. Following this session, participants will be able to: demonstrate a process for the identification of learners who struggle ledderhose disease symptoms with clinical reasoning; demonstrate a process for the targeted assessment of specific clinical ledderhose disease symptoms reasoning deficits; create individualized learning plans for learners who struggle with clinical ledderhose disease symptoms reasoning; and propose an approach to the development of an effective ledderhose disease symptoms coaching and remediation plan . (1.5 CME Credits)

DESCRIPTION: Presented by: Andrew Parsons, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospitalist, and Lead Coach for Clinical Reasoning and Karen M. Warburton, MD, FASN, Associate Professor of Medicine, Vice Chief for Faculty Development (Nephrology Division), and Director, GME Professional Development, Department of Medicine Description/Learning Objectives: Leaders in undergraduate and graduate medical education report learners who ledderhose disease symptoms struggle with clinical reasoning; however, remediation is often an uncomfortable topic and there is no ledderhose disease symptoms well-defined approach in the literature to address clinical reasoning deficits. This workshop will offer attendees an approach to identifying and ledderhose disease symptoms remediating learners who struggle with clinical reasoning. Attendees will work together in small groups in which they ledderhose disease symptoms will review cases, assess struggling learners, and develop a coaching plan specific to a set of ledderhose disease symptoms clinical reasoning deficits. The presenters will share their experience in the development of ledderhose disease symptoms a clinical reasoning coaching program across two institutions involving learners ledderhose disease symptoms from a variety of specialties. The audience will then have the opportunity to brainstorm some ledderhose disease symptoms strategies for implementing similar programs in their own departments. Following this session, participants will be able to: demonstrate a process for the identification of learners who struggle ledderhose disease symptoms with clinical reasoning; demonstrate a process for the targeted assessment of specific clinical ledderhose disease symptoms reasoning deficits; create individualized learning plans for learners who struggle with clinical ledderhose disease symptoms reasoning; and propose an approach to the development of an effective ledderhose disease symptoms coaching and remediation plan . (1.5 CME Credits)

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