BASICS Workshop Series
Faculty Development offerings to enhance your teaching and academic roles in the Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM)
Whether you are new to the department or a seasoned faculty member, connect with the people and resources at DFCM through the BASICS faculty development workshop series. You’ll gain access to valuable tools at each stage of your career. These workshops are tailored to the specific needs of family medicine teachers and also provide opportunities for networking.
Get in touch with your Faculty Development Lead for information on eligibility and the next scheduled workshop dates, or email email@example.com for more information.
You’ll benefit from practical teaching workshops and the chance to connect with your fellow DFCM colleagues during this multi-day accredited orientation program for new faculty. Program content focuses on the skills and knowledge to help navigate common teaching situations successfully. You’ll also learn about the resources available to you through DFCM and how to use them in your career path.
- Effective Teaching Strategies
- Feedback and Evaluation
- Challenging Teaching Situations
The ideal candidate for this program is a newer teacher (less than 5 yeasr of teaching experience) who is currently teaching undergraduate and/or postgraduate medical learners. Health professional educators, primary care clinicians in focused practice and community-based teachers are welcome.
You’ll benefit The goal of Beyond BASICS is to enhance your teaching with advanced skills and techniques relevant to the current state of family medicine training.
This year’s workshop is designed to enhance feedback conversations for performance improvement and learner development. Please note this workshop will be highly interactive, with case studies and breakout room work so be prepared for active participation. The workshop will wrap up with a panel to discuss the practical reflections and applications from leaders in the undergraduate and postgraduate program at the DFCM.
The ideal candidate:
- A teacher who is currently teaching undergraduate and/or postgraduate medical learners and has a minimum of 3 years teaching experience.
- We welcome those that have previously participated in the BASICS program for new faculty. In addition to faculty from academic sites, health professional educators, primary care clinicians in focused practice and community-based teachers are all welcome.