Webinars

Webinars

SoME Webinar

 

The Section on Medical Education hosts webinars 4x times a year.  Each webinar features a content expert as well as several panelists.  The webinars are broken into several sections to facilitate interaction between the panelists and the audience.

If you have suggestions for webinar topic, would like to host a webinar, or have the names of junior faculty who might benefit from participation as a panelist, please contact Margaret M. Hayes, MD.

We use a web-based platform, which allows real-time discussion online. Active participation in the session is encouraged.

If you are interested in joining the Section of Medical Education, please update your member profile and designate Section on Medical Education as your section. As a member of ATS you may join an unlimited number of sections. You may access the form by clicking here.


Upcoming Webinar:

Join us for the second webinar in our Medical Education Research Skills Series: “What You Need to Achieve Success: The Basics of Targeted Needs Assessment Design and Implementation” webinar on Wednesday, February 28th at 3PM EST. In this highly interactive webinar, Dr. Stacey Kassutto from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Perelman School of Medicine will review the basic steps for designing, implementing and interpreting an educational needs assessment to inform curricular design, research projects, and programmatic change.  Interactive participation will be emphasized in the webinar, and there will be an opportunity for YOUR questions to be addressed. 

Do you have a clinical program or curriculum that needs improvement but aren’t sure where to begin?  Do you want the input of others as you redesign and reshape your curriculum but don’t know what questions to ask or how to best obtain the answers? If you are interested in learning about best practices for conducting a needs assessment to improve your educational lecture, training program or clinical practice, then this webinar is for YOU!  

We use a web-based platform, which allows real-time discussion online. Active participation in the session is encouraged.

You will need to register for the webinar in order to participate. To reserve your Webinar seat today click here.


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Last Reviewed: January 2018