Faculty Development supports faculty members in their roles as teachers,
researchers/scholars and administrators/leaders.
Kingston/Thousand Islands: TBA soon
Belleville/Quinte: Jessica Ladouceur - email@example.com
Peterborough/Kawartha: Natalie Whiting
Oshawa/Lakeridge: Sina Sajed - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Orient residents: prepare yourself, your office and your resident for the rotation
- Teach in clinical settings: understand adult learning; use techniques effective in clinical settings
- Observe and provide feedback
- Assess residents: use Queen’s Department of Family Medicine’s competency based assessments
- Support the resident in difficulty
- Use Queen's policies
- Practical Prof/Practical Doc – Alberta’s Rural Health Professionals Action Plan
- CFPC Fundamental Teaching Activity Framework and other Teachers’ Resources
- Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences' Continuing Professional Development and Faculty Development
- Problem Based Small Group Learning modules – Education (available from Faculty Development Site Leads – see above)
- Dr. Ingrid Harle has been named Director, Faculty Development for Queen's Health Sciences
- For those attending FMF this fall, the FMF 2018 Faculty Development Interest Group meeting will take place on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Those planning to attend must confirm by November 1st.
Faculty Development Session - "Feedback"
Monday, November 12, 2018
Haynes Hall Seminar Room, 115 Clarence Street (Main Floor)
Presented by: Dr. Brent Wolfrom
Please RSVP to: email@example.com