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The Office of Medical Education strives to provide faculty and students with quality educational services that support the development of exceptional teachers and extraordinary physicians.  Our services focus on: curriculum development and oversight, instructional design, evaluation and measurement, faculty development, educational technology and innovation, and educational research and scholarship.


UPCOMING EVENTS

 

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Canvas Training for July Announced

The Tulane School of Medicine is, along with Tulane, transitioning to the Canvas LMS.
The Office of Medical Education is excited with this development and is assisting with training in conjunction with the Canvas Transition team in the use of this system.

Here are the currently listed training times for July in the Matas Library:


  • Tuesday, August 23, 2016 - 10:00 AM - 1430 SOM Matas Library Mezz Comp Lab M207
  • Online, August 22, 2016 - 11:00 AM - Must register in advance

More trainings are available and uptown as well.  Please register here at training.tulane.edu
Personalized trainings or departmental trainings can also be arranged as well.

If you have questions, please contact Chris Andrews or call 504-988-6602 or Bobbie Garner-Coffie


IAMSE Fall 2016 Web Seminar!

 

"Times are Changing: Evolution and Revolution in Medical Education – Strategies for Assessment of Skills, Attitudes, and Behaviors across the Health Sciences"

 


Sessions will be webcast from 11 a.m. to 12 noon (CST)

Contemporary health science curricula have increasingly expanded beyond teaching knowledge and skills to fostering attitudes, behaviors and elements of professionalism.

The fall seminar series addresses approaches by which these qualities and activities can be assessed in learners when they are not easily quantified by standard methods.  The presentations will address contemporary approaches to assessing entrustable professional activities, clinical skills, and non-cognitive components critical to careers in health professions such as life-long learning and professional behaviors.

Sessions will focus on using simulation to teach and assess basic science knowledge and skills, assessment of “self-directed, life-long learning”, utilization of standardized patient educators in clinical skills assessment, and effective strategies for assessing professionalism. In addition, there will be a session on “defining competency, milestones and EPAs”, further developing their relationship, and addressing the challenge associated with their assessment.



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October 6, 2016 - "Assessing Professionalism"

1430 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, LA 70112 504-988-6600 medsch@tulane.edu