A monthly series for academic physicians launched July 25 to offer faculty the opportunity to enhance their teaching skills and receive continuing education credits. Educational Enhancement for Academic Physicians meets in the Preston Medical Library Conference Room from 7:30-9:30 a.m. The next meeting is August 22 to discuss Career Trajectory Planning/Navigating the Promotion Process. The series will consist of a monthly, two hour CME course.
The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine with The University of Tennessee Medical Center has the goal of increasing national and international recognition as a first-class academic medical institution. This coordinated and comprehensive faculty development curriculum can help faculty members gain the needed tools to help them participate as major players in reaching this goal.
At the conclusion of this annual series, the participants should be able to:
Faculty who complete all 12 modules within an academic year will receive up to 24Â AMA PRA Category 1 CreditÂ hours or 24 hours of CDE-certified credit. Additionally, they will receive a Certificate of Completion in June 2019. The series is offered through the office of Continuing Education and Professional Development and Anthony Wilson, MD, Associate Professor, Family Medicine, provides oversight to the program.
See full series schedule and course titles:Â http://gsm.utmck.edu/cme/educational_enhancement.cfm.
Posted August 15, 2018
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