Resources for Teachers

RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS


The London Deanery – Contains a large collection of valuable resources on medical education and teaching, e.g., assessing educational needs, how to give feedback, interprofessional education, involving patients in clinical teaching, small group teaching, using simulation in clinical education, etc. In addition, there is a collection of e-learning modules on common topics (requires password, no cost).

MedEdPORTAL – A project of the Association of American Medical Colleges. Loaded with valuable resources and tools for teaching e.g., Core Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) for Entering Residency. Their monthly newsletter will help you keep up to date on their new entries (requires password, no cost).

The BEME Collaboration – Links to a series of publications on best evidence medical and health professional education.

List of journals that publish medical education work – Includes links to each journal home page and impact factor.

 

FAMILY MEDICINE SPECIFIC RESOURCES

Faculty Development Office, Family of Medicine

Think Family Medicine – A collection of short videos by Dr. David Keegan about the joys of being a family physician.

CanMEDS-FMU – First developed in 2009, the objectievs provide a view of a full medical school curriculum through a family medicine lens.  They can be a useful reference for schools going through curriculum renewal

SHARC-FM - National objectives for clerkship competencies (using the CanMEDs framework) and for the top 23 clinical scenarios.  Links to resources, including clinical cards and some virtual patients cases to supplement learning at the Family Medicine clerkship level.  Consider for use for the early resident who is struggling as well.

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