Professional Development Resources for Teaching and Working from Home
BCOM Faculty Development Resource Page
- Find it under Faculty Development on the Burrell Faculty Affairs web page or click here
- Sessions beginning Jan 2019 have been archived. Catch up on the ones you missed!
- You will need to log in with your Burrell userID and password.
- This online MBSR training course is 100% free, created by a fully certified MBSR instructor, and is based on the program founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Coursera Courses (for a small fee)
- The Science of Well Being (Yale)
- Mindfulness in Integrative Healthcare (University of Minnesota)
- Positive psychology (UNC Chapel Hill)
- Positive Psychology: Resilience Skills (Penn)
Faculty Development on Medical Education/Student Success
- AMEE Guides cover topical issues in medical and healthcare professions education and provide information, practical advice and support. They are designed for use by teachers individually to inform their practice and are widely used in staff development programs. AMEE Guides can also provide a valuable resource to inform curriculum and course committees.
- Search for relevant AMEE guides by subject area or keyword
- Use the Burrell library proxy to access articles
- Free videos and resources from webinars delivered up to 2019
- Hyperlinked session dates take you to the video
- IAMSE Cafe virtual sessions, articles, and more!
Shifting to Online Teaching
- Offering online workshops related to teaching online to NMSU and Burrell faculty
Seven Essential Elements for Standardizing Clerkship Education with an Online Curriculum. Standardizing medical education is important for student learning. In this session, we describe how to enhance student learning in the clerkship years by designing a standardized asynchronous online curriculum. The presentation discusses the benefits of providing a faculty led standardized curriculum, elucidate a strategic process for identifying learning objectives, describe a variety learning modalities, and highlights important considerations for several assessment methods.