The School of Medicine is seeking volunteer instructors to facilitate a technique-focused, procedural skills training day for our incoming 3rd year medical students. The objective is to educate all 340+ incoming 3rd year students about common procedural skills before they are encountered during various clinical experiences throughout the state.
Have you put together an innovative way to teach a topic or to assess a learner’s ability and thought it would be great to share these ideas with others? Or are you interested in learning about new ideas and innovations in teaching? Then the upcoming EC Moore Symposium is for you, and the next installment […]
In 1999, the Indiana University School of Medicine was one of the first medical schools to launch a competency-based curriculum based on 9 domains of competency: Communication and Interpersonal Skills; Basic Clinical Skills; Using Science to Guide Diagnosis, Management, Therapeutics, and Prevention; Life Long Learning; Self Awareness, Self Care and Personal Growth; Social and Community […]
I walked around the Emergency Department at Wishard one last time before I left for the last time, 13 plus years have passed since I worked my first shift there. I remember Rolly McGrath telling me a story about a patient he had cared for in Shock Room 4 as an intern almost 30 years […]