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Medical Education Conference Certificate Program

The Department of Medical Education at the Keck School of Medicine of USC is offering six interactive workshops each year at IME. All registered conference participants can attend any of these workshops. The workshops are aimed at providing participants with the principles and essential skills needed by educators in undergraduate and graduate medical education settings. The workshop activities are designed to maximize the transfer of knowledge and skills from the workshop setting directly to each participant’s work setting. Workshops are delivered annually in conjunction with the Keck School of Medicine of USC Innovations in Medical Education Conference and related to one or more key roles – teacher, leader, scholar, and mentor.

MedEd Certificate

There is a three-step process for participating and earning your Certificate of Achievement.

Step 1: Register online at the link below so that we can track your participation.

Step 2: Attend five MedEd Certificate Workshops over three years during the IME Conference. To receive credit for each workshop you must submit the evaluation and feedback form provided in the session. Please make sure your name and learning points are legible.

Step 3: Complete an online story form about how you have changed your practice as a teacher, leader, mentor or scholar based on your participation in one or more of the five workshops attended. Your story form will be sent to you within three months of your completion of your fifth workshop.

Remember, to be eligible to earn a certificate you MUST enroll.

If you believe that you have already completed five workshops over the past three years (2016-2018), contact us by email or at the conference and we will help you complete Step 3. If you have completed less than five over the past two years (2017-2018) and want to apply them toward a certificate, also let us know. You must enroll by clicking the link above.

1. NBME Item Writing Made Easy
Cha-Chi Fung, PhD
IME 2019
2. Exploring How Our Environments Can Promote Resilience and Flourishing
Julie G. Nyquist, PhD; Lavjay Butani, MD, MACM
IME 2019
3. Never Stop Learning: Fostering Adaptive Learning in Clinical Contexts
Ronan Hallowell, EdD; Jeff Riddell, MD; Daniel Novak, PhD
IME 2019
4. Promoting a Culture of Feedback and Coaching
Win May, MD, PhD, FRCP; Kira Molas-Torreblanca, DO, FAAP
IME 2019
5. Seeing is Believing: Techniques for Designing  Effective Data Dashboards
Anne Vo, PhD; Daniel Novak, PhD
IME 2019
6. Teaching at the Bedside in the 21st Century
Cathy Jalali, PhD; Donna Elliott, MD, EdD
IME 2019
1. Hitting Pause Improves Learning – Large Group Teaching
Dixie Fisher, PhD; Gail Rice, PhD
IME 2018
2. Item-Writing Made Easier
Cha-Chi Fung, PhD
IME 2018
3. Motivation and Learning in Clinical Settings – Mindset, Modeling, and Engagement
Julie G. Nyquist, PhD; Cynthia DeTata, MD
IME 2018
4. Emotional Intelligence: When the Rubber Hits the Road
Win May, MD, PhD; Dixie Fisher, PhD
IME 2018
5. Situational Leadership
Samuel Yanofsky, MD; Julie G. Nyquist, PhD
IME 2018
6. Qualitative Analysis: An Introduction
Anne Vo, PhD
IME 2018
1. Creating Online Lectures Using Camtasia
Patrick Crispen
IME 2017
2. Encouraging Joy in Learning: Using Mindset, Grit and Self-Determination Theory
Julie Nyquist; Cynthia DeTata; Kimberly Pierre
IME 2017
3. Keeping Learners Engaged During Lecture
Dixie Fisher; Cha-Chi Fung
IME 2017
4. Teaching Culturally Responsive Healthcare to Students, Residents, and Faculty
Jeffrey Ring; Julie Nyquist
IME 2017
5. Debriefing and Feedback in Simulation: Improving Learner Performance through Reflection
Win May; Denise Souder
IME 2017
6. Logic Models: A Research and Evaluation Planning Tool
Anne Vo
IME 2017
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