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SPECIALITY Health Professions Education
COURSE DATE 04 May and 17 May 2018
LOCATION Tri-C Academy , Spectrum Building, Oud Metha, Dubai
COURSE FEE Course Fee: AED 3,500 (inclusive of 5% VAT)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND Clinical teachers and medical educators who supervise students, residents and fellows, and those with responsibility for programmatic leadership.
SUMMARY OF COURSE

Tri-C Academy is proud to welcome the American College of Physicians (ACP)  in the delivery of their collaborative course, the Faculty Development Program here in Dubai. With 152,000 members across the globe, the American College of Physicians (ACP) is the largest medical specialty society.

Taught by the best medical educators from prominent United States institutions, ACP’s Faculty Development Program provides instruction on the most effective teaching techniques for you or your faculty to plan and execute a variety of methods to engage your learners and improve their success regardless of their educational setting.

Set over 2 days, the course will comprise of detailed subject matters which will include didactic content and opportunities for audience engagement. This Course will empower Clinical teachers and medical educators who supervise students, residents and fellows, and those with responsibility for programmatic leadership.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES Through engaging lectures, small group discussions, and other unique educational formats you or your faculty will refine skills and learn new ways to find success as medical educators in any setting.
ACCREDITATION CME Accreditation : 12.75 CME points
COURSE FACULTY
Dr. Jack Ende, MD, MACP, Schaeffer Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine – University of Pennsylvania and President of the American College of Physicians (ACP)
Dr. Jack Ende, MD, MACP - Schaeffer Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine - University of Pennsylvania and President of the American College of Physicians (ACP). Dr Ende earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia and completed his internal medicine residency and chief residency at the University of Chicago Hospitals. Following several years on the faculty at Boston University Medical Center as a general internist, teacher and residency program director, he joined the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania in 1989 where he has continued to practice as a general internist and established a reputation as an accomplished medical educator. He has won numerous awards for clinical practice and teaching, at the local and national level, and is a regular contributor to medical publications. Alongside his posts at ACP and the University of Pennsylvania, he is also the Executive Medical Director of Penn Signature Services, and co-director of Penn Medicine’s Academy of Master Clinicians, and previously served as served President of the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM).
Dr. Emily Stewart, FACP, Associate Professor of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University
Prior to her current position, Dr Stewart was an associate residency program director for Internal Medicine and Sub Internship Clerkship Director at Thomas Jefferson University. An active participant in the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM), she is also a member of the Associate for Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM) Council and Medical Student to Resident Interface Committee. Dr Stewart’s teaching expertise has been recognized through the receipt of numerous teaching awards including the Jefferson Medical College Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, the Department of Medicine Attending Teaching Award and the “Golden Apple” Teaching Award from the Department of Medicine. In 2016, she received the Derrickson Award from the PA Chapter of the ACP for her contributions to the PA-ACP Chapter.
Dr. Heather Laird, Associate Professor of Medicine Michigan State University
Dr Laird-Fick completed her MD degree at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She subsequently joined the faculty at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, where she has served as Vice Chair for Education for the Department of Medicine, Internal Medicine Residency Program Director and Associate Program Director, Clerkship Director and, most recently, Director of Assessment for the college’s new four-year curriculum. She is currently chair of the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Education Committee and a Councilor for the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, as well as an active member of the Michigan chapter of the American College of Physicians. She has won numerous teaching awards from students, internal medicine residents, and the university and her research interests include medical education and cancer in older adults.
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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM – MEDICAL EDUCATION

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