Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum for Healthcare Professionals (TEACH)

Overall, an excellent course, and one I would highly recommend as being an excellent introduction into the work of faculty.

—What our faculty say

Providing instruction and technical assistance to faculty to improve teaching strategies and develop evaluation skills.

Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum for Healthcare Professionals (TEACH) is a six-month faculty development course focused on developing and implementing a curriculum that addresses an educational need in the participant’s program.

This is a highly collaborative course where participants work with people from our department programs—including residencies and fellowships—as well as programs outside of the department.

Course sessions

Participants attend a total of six 3-hour course meetings from January to May, culminating with a poster presentation in early June. The sessions include a mix of lecture, discussion, group activity, and facilitated work time. A participant's curriculum project is the backbone of the course.

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Continuing medical education credit

Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.